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Film Screening: Alumbrones

A documentary film about life in Cuba, seen through the eyes of twelve local artists. From the troubled “Special Period” following the collapse of the Soviet Union, to the uncertain future and radical changes it faces, this film captures a country at a time of significant transformation.

Spanish with English subtitles.

1hr 15min

Free for Members and free with Museum admission for Non-Members.

Watch the trailer here.

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