Premiere of Cuban films in Barbados as part of the 40th Anniversary of the terrorist attack.

As part of the activities commemorating the 40th anniversary of the bombing of the Cubana airliner off the coast of Barbados in October 1976, the social organizations of Barbados in coordination with the Embassy of Cuba, especially invited two members of the Cuban delegation to do the Premiere of two important pieces of Cuban cinema. The documentary "My footsteps in Baraguá", by Cuban producer Gloria Rolando, about the Barbadian community resident in Cuba, and the epic film "Kangamba" which tells one of the many battles the Cuban troops shared in their internationalist struggle for the liberation of Angola. Camila Valdes León, Director of the Center for Caribbean Studies of Casa de las Americas, made the artistic presentation background, while Fernando Gonzalez Llort, one of the Cuban Five Heroes, highlighted the symbolic and historical value of the film, which he gave a special meaning to the presentation by its status as internationalist combatant in Angola.
Held at the campus (UWI-Cave Hill Campus), the activity was attended by the general public, but especially academics and students from the high center of studies, who along with officials, collaborators and Cubans resident in Barbados, they chatted a very emotional evening, with a special significance for all our sister Caribbean nations.

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