ICAIC

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ICAICInstituto Cubano de Arte e Industria Cinematográficos
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Filmmakers and creative collectives will now be able apply to become economic entities that could officially hire people and open bank accounts, the ICAIC president, Ramon Samada, was quoted as saying on Thursday by state-run website Cubadebate.
(5) Com a ajuda do Latin American Studies Program Field Grant (Boston University), realizei a pesquisa no ICAIC em Cuba, onde recolhi os materiais sobre o trabalho da equipe de Kalatozov, no filme Soy Cuba, e as resenhas nas revistas locais sobre a recepcao do filme pelos cubanos.
25 will have remains unclear, but as a shooting location, Cabrera says, "it is very easy to film in Cuba." ICAIC supports up to 15 foreign productions every year, and independent producers--though not legally recognized by the government--also offer their services for international projects.
COCINE, Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industrias Cinematograficos (ICAIC), Producciones Plano General.
En su tiempo, el grupo de Lunes se media con otros colectivos, como el de la Direccion de Cultura del Ministerio de Educacion, el Grupo literario "El Puente" o el Instituto de Cine cubano (ICAIC), donde se les reprochaba--en palabras de Alfredo Guevara--pensar las cuestiones culturales como un "problema individual y de personalisimos gustos y disgustos".
It describes the history of Cuban film, the establishment of the ICAIC (Cuban Film Institute), and the economic and cultural effects of the Special Period on post-Cold War film, then examines specific films: Daniel Diaz Torres' Alice in Wondertown, Tom[sz]s Gutierrez Alea's Strawberry and Chocolate, Humberto Sol[sz]s' Honey for Oshon, Carlos Tabio's The Elephant and the Bicycle, Fernando Perez's Havana Suite, the musical genre (Gerardo Chijona's Paradise Under the Stars and Benito Zambrano's Habana Blues, and horror films (Juan Padr n's More Vampires in Havana and Elpidio Valdes and Alejandro Brugues' Juan of the Dead).
Patricio Guzman, Equipo Tercer Amo, Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industrias Cinematograficos (ICAIC), Cuba.