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2020 | USA | 24 MIN | World Premiere

Thursday, March 26 | 5PM | Movie Tavern 4

Friday, March 27 | 7:15PM | Movie Tavern 4

Cuban performing arts often play an important role in engaging citizens with a sense of history and place, and in addressing environmental and cultural challenges. In far Western Cuba, in the city of Pinar del Rio, a government-funded, collaborative street performance group called TECMA (translated as Theatre of the Environment) trains homeless and disenfranchised local teenagers in the art of stilt performance.

Director: Melinda Levin (in attendance)

Producer: David Taylor

Editor: Claire DeJarnett (in attendance)

Cinematographer: Michael B. Mullins (in attendance)

Cinematographer: Filip Celander

Soundtrack Supervisor: Ruth Mendelson

Language: English, Spanish


Paired with the Feature Film, Sockeye Salmon/Red Fish    

Source: Thin Line

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