The winner of the Grand Prize World Documentary at Sundance, Epicentro is a whirlwind through Cuban history in the eyes of a young protagonist.
Category - People & Reviews
Since the revolution of 1959, Cuba has walked a tightrope. With the collapse of the USSR and the onset of the “Special Period,” that tightrope grew thinner. Yet Cuba has...
Even in a pandemic, voices are important. In our new series about Cuba fashion, NYC stylist Evan Elkowitz shows what the island's fashion scene means to the designers...
Photojournalist Greg Kahn explores the role that fashion, style, and trends play in defining millennial identity in Havana.
Author Alvaro Santana-Acuña talks to us about his new book Ascent to Glory, and Gabriel García Márquez's ties to Cuba and self-imposed quarantine.
My name is Rafael Bou Lemus, and I’m a rapper, also known as El Individuo. I’m 34 years old and I was born in Cuba and still live here.
A Startup Cuba exclusive interview with Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins
For a 21 year old, JD Asere already has a long discography under his belt, having started at age 13 producing beats for Cuban rapper El Individuo.
Wasp Network misses the mark despite an all-star cast and a story made for film.
Un Traductor was Cuba's submission to the 2020 Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film.