Tampa's Premiere Screening Of
A celebrated documentary film about Cuba's ambitious National Art Schools, designed in the wake of Castro's Revolution, neglected and nearly forgotten, and then rediscovered as a visionary architectural masterpiece
"The most visually breathtaking documentary in recent memory..." - Tonight at the Movies
TAMPA: OCTOBER 5 at 7:00 PM
THE CUBAN CLUB
2010 Republica de Cuba
Ybor City, FL
RSVP online Here or call 813-229-3411
Meet the filmmaker!
Post-film discussion with co-director Alysa Nahmias and special guests
This special event is generously supported by grant funding from the Ybor City Development Corporation (YCDC).
"Lucidly filmed... a stirring study... an absorbing film" - The Hollywood Reporter
"Remarkable story..." - The Los Angeles Times
"Elegantly traces the brief heyday and longer dark period of Cuba's Art Schools" - Variety
"A must-see ... at once captivating, heartbreaking, and inspiring" - Examiner
"Critic's Pick: Go!" - LA Weekly
This screening is funded in part by the generous support of Film Independent’s Jameson FIND Your Audience Award and is presented in collaboration with AIA Tampa Bay, a chapter of The American Institute of Architects. With special thanks to the historic Cuban Club.
Directed by Alysa Nahmias and Benjamin Murray