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SOY CUBA


In four episodes, the legendary Russian director Mikhail Kalatozov, who made film history with "When the Cranes Fly", sang a hymn to the Cuban Revolution in 1964. While the first two episodes denounce social injustice and the wickedness of the Yankees responsible for it, the other two parts celebrate the heroism and sacrifice of the revolutionaries. Aesthetically, the film is entirely in the tradition of the great Soviet revolutionary cinema of an Eisenstein or Pudovkin.

-Trigon Films

Michail Kalatosow, Soy Cuba, 1964, film still. Distribution rights: Trigon-Film.


CURATOR
Valeria Schulte-Fischedick
ASSISTANCE
Gustav Elgin / Carola Uehlken
OPENING HOURS
6th of August – 15th of September
Tue—Sunday 
2—7 pm
Kottbusser Str. 10, 10999 Berlin

OPENING HOURS
Tue—Sunday
2—7 pm
Kottbusser Str. 10,  10999 Berlin

CURATOR
Valeria Schulte-Fischedick

ASSISTANCE
Gustav Elgin / Carola Uehlken

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