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NARRATIVE SHORT | 11 MIN | 2009

ODA A LA PIñA

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This musical parody, an homage to the poem that forged Cuban cultural identity, centers on a cabaret dancer who suddenly loses her rhythm.
Film Information
Year: 2008
Length: 11 minutes
Language: Spanish
Country: Cuba
Premiere: North American
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Limara Menezes, Mario Guerra Ferrera, Jose Antonio Rodriguez, Veronica Diaz, Jose Antonip de la Nuez
Director: Laimir Fano
Screenwriter: Laimir Fano
Producer: Andre Leao
Director of Photography: Alvaro Rodriguez
Editor: Aldo Alvarez
Sound: Marco Toledo
Press Contacts

Print Source
Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV
Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV
San Antonio de los Baños La Habana, 40-41
Phone: +53-47-38 31 52 x557
promocioninternacional@eictv.org.cu

Print Source
Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV
Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV
San Antonio de los Baños La Habana, 40-41
Phone: +53-47-38 31 52 x557
promocioninternacional@eictv.org.cu

Special Note

Note: This film will screen as part of the Shorts: Means to an End program.

About the Director(s)
Laimir Fano has a degree in dramatic arts from the National Arts School of Cuba, where he has worked as an acting professor. Model Town, his first documentary, won more than 10 awards in different festivals in Cuba, Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, Guatemala, the US, England, and Argentina.

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