Cinema at all Costs
A space dedicated to promoting the audiovisual work censored in Cuba (not only domestically produced)
“No” is a 2012 film directed by Chilean Pablo Larrain. The film tells the No campaign in the 1988 plebiscite, Chile and features a cast led by Gael García Bernal, Alfredo Castro, Luis Gnecco and Nestor Cantillana. In January 2013, he became the first Chilean film nominated for Oscar for “Best Foreign Film”.
This material shows starkly the abandonment and helplessness experienced by many boxers, former Olympic champions, in Cuba today.
Police raid to prevent meeting (Spanish) (agosto 11, 2012)
Havana is famous for the morbid charm of its flaking facades. The beauty of this city lies in the poetry of its ruins. They are far less poetic, however, for the people who inhabit them. Houses frequently collapse causing fatalities. The decay of the city and its living quarters is a continual source of both danger and shame for its residents… The film is a portrait of the inhabited ruins of Havana and their strange blend of magic and demolition and captures the final moments of these buildings before they’re renovated – or simply collapse altogether.Written by Munich Film Festival
Documentary about the Black Spring (Jul 10, 2012)
Jose Daniel Ferrer presents Prisoners of Spring. This audiovisual material narrates the events in Cuba in the spring of 2003 and shows the difficult experiences and the damage that was placed on children and families of these prisoners of conscience.
Film Memories of Overdevelopment (mayo 24, 2012)
Cinema at all Costs presents Memories of Overdevelopment a film by Miguel Coyula
Documentary “Awakening” (Spanish video)
Cinema at All Costs presents the documentary “Awakening” with Ricardo Figueredo and Raudel Collazo.