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Inside Contemporary Cuban Film 2nd Delegation

The Americas Media Initiative (AMI) The Americas Media Initiative (AMI) is organizing our second Inside Contemporary Cuban Film delegation (Dec. 1 – 8) in collaboration with AC Journeys that will look at current trends in contemporary [...]

The Kitchen Journey: Cuba

Havana and Cienfuegos 10 Days CLICK HERE TO BOOK NOW For customized trips, just give us a call Unknown to the general American [...]

The People’s Journey: Cuban History, Arts, and Spanish

Havana, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad 10 Days CLICK HERE TO BOOK NOW For customized trips, just give us a call The People’s Journey is [...]

Journeys of Colombia: The Environment, the Arts, and the LGBT Subcultures over a Cup of Coffee

Bogota and Quindio (Coffee Axis) 10 Days CLICK HERE TO BOOK NOW Colombia is a country of contrasts. From snowy white peaks to [...]

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Travel to Cuba legally - Travel to Cuba to learn about Cuban culture and cinema - The Gibara Low-Budget International Film Festival - Festival del Cine Pobre
Off the tourist trail and a faraway reality from the sophistication of Havana, Cuba’s capital city and major cultural center, lies the quiet and undisturbed town of Gibara, just about 30 miles north of Holguin. Gibara is an independent-spirited, coastal fishing village of charming squares and run-down Spanish-era buildings on a cobalt bay. The train line was suspended in 1958, just before the Revolution, and there's a feeling that the town has been snoozing ever since. No one has bothered to plaster the town with revolutionary slogans and there is no internet, but its isolation has helped it retain its character and natural good looks. Once a year, this unpresuming village, also known as Villa Blanca, become the vibrating heart of independent film and low-budget film-making. This annual film festival and interesting trading post combine cultural relevance and historical riches in an authentically Cuban formula that's catnip to travelers disenchanted by tourist-sated places. Join AC Journeys in our annual quest for the best of Cuban independent film-making and the true Cuban soul.
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What people are saying:

Here’s my favorite picture from our trip. (Disclaimer–I didn’t actually take this, Javon did.) I love this because I love the artwork in the picture, and the artwork that the picture reminds me of, which is all of Fuster’s work. I think the way that he has turned his art into a community project is really amazing, and it also embodies that spirit, which is so present all over Cuba, that you really don’t need money to be happy. Obviously, the Cuban economy needs to be improved, but the fact that even in such conditions people can still find ways to do things like what Fuster is doing says so much about Cuban people and culture. It’s really amazing. I also love this picture because it reminds me of the great time we all had as a group, which is something I’ll never forget.
Thanks so much for everything!
Margaret Grabar Sage, Saint Ann's School February, 2014
I want to thank you for a phenomenal week in Cuba; you created for us an itinerary that was a perfect balance of Spanish and history, or art and culture. For me, the trip was transformative–not only do I now have a much better sense of Cuba and its role in the world, but I also see the power that a simple conversation can have in overcoming barriers like those that exist between the United States and Cuba. I have already told many of my friends and all of my family that they “need” to go; and when they do, I will be sure that they go through you and throughAnthropolgie Consulting! I am attaching a photo that I took of Havana during the sunset. Every night, I was struck by how beautiful the sunset was, and by how it lit the old buildings in a golden light. It is, for me, an enduring image–and memory–of Havana. Thanks again for such a special trip–I will have great memories of it forever.
Nicholas Stewart, Saint Ann's School February, 2014

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