“Cuba, Libre?” Beloit International Film Festival Preview on May 1, 2019

Beliot IFF Logo

Fans of the Beloit International Film Festival (February 21-March 1, 2020) have a chance to to preview Cuba, Libre? at a special screening on May 1, 2020 at the Hendricks Center for the Arts on the Beloit College campus in Beloit, Wisconsin, as part of the festival’s “Year ‘Round” program.

The film’s Producer/Director, Dick Jordan, will participate in and audience Q&A session via Skype from his home in Eugene, Oregon.

The festival’s Website says:

“The Beloit International Film Festival (BIFF) will be celebrating its 15th year in 2020.

“One of the key principles the festival was founded on was a respect for, and celebration of, the filmmakers who share their art with us.

“With upwards of 150 filmmakers attending each year, we are pleased that they have found value in the Capra-esque surroundings of the 10 day festival and the intimate relationships with our engaged audiences.

“Featuring upwards of 100 independent and international films, as well as a dozen special events, the festival provides free admission to everything for all visiting filmmakers (4 all-access passes per film for actors and crew, too).”

Although the festival will not formally announce which films it has selected for the February 2020 festival until December 1, 2019, in an e-mail to Producer/Director, Dick Jordan, last week, the festival’s Greg Gerard said:

Cuba, Libre? is one of the highest rated submissions so far for the 2020 Beloit International Film Festival, and a film that we want to promote as likely to be part of our festival lineup next February!”

And That Makes Forty-Four!

Indie Visions OS B on W

Today’s announcement by the Indie Visions Film Festival marks the 44th time that Cuba, Libre? has been a film festival Official Selection.

Indie Visiions logo

As stated on the festival’s Website:

“Indie Visions is an international and independent event for all independent filmmakers.

“The goal of our festival is to support the best up and coming filmmakers from around the world and provide the opportunity to the group of young and vibrant film enthusiasts who are committed to creating spaces for independent cinema and devoted to spreading the knowledge of the modern visual art form to all interested.

“Because [of] its monthly period, filmmakers will be able to get result on their films quickly.

“Indie Visions aims at bringing out the best fiction, documentary, animation, experimental, short, feature, music video and scripts from around the globe and promote them.”

It’s Number 43 for “Cuba, Libre?”!

Northeast Mountain OS B on W

For the 43rd time since its release in January of 2016, Cuba, Libre? became an “Official Selection” of a film festival when the Northeast Mountain Film Festival announced today that it picked the film in the “Best Documentary Film” category.

This is the inaugural year for the festival which “is celebrating and experience the era of films and Cinema in the gorgeous mountains of Northeast Georgia.”

Dillard Mountains and Vines

The festival will take place over three days, June 14-16, 2019 at Dillard, Georgia “in the gorgeous Blue Ridge mountains, a physio-graphic province of the larger Appalachian Mountains range.”

“Cuba, Libre?” Scores Again!

Equality OS B on W

For the third time this week, and the 42nd time since its release in January of 2016, Cuba, Libre? has become a film festival Official Selection.

Equality Producers Award B on W


And it has received its 17th award, the latest being a “Producers Award” from the Equality International Film Festival.

It’s Numbers 40 and 41 for “Cuba, Libre?”

Today Cuba, Libre? became a film festival selection for the 40th and 41st time.
Sands Film Festival Semi B on W
It is a Semi-Finalist in the “Documentary Feature” category at the Sands Film Festival.
CV Indie Film Awards Nominee B on W
It has been nominated for “Best Documentary” by The CV Indie Film Awards, the ninth such nomination the film has received.