The Peak City International Film Festival which will take place on September 18-19, 2020 in Apex, North Carolina (about a half-hour drive from Chapel Hill) has just announced that Cuba, Libre? is an “Official Selection” of this year’s festival.

Here’s how the festival describes itself on, the online service used by film festivals and filmmakers to handle submissions and notification of film selections:

“The 6th annual Peak City International Film Festival known as PCIFF-Take 6 is an international film, TV, and Web festival specifically for producers of teenage and family friendly content. The festival is located in the historic downtown dining, shopping and arts, district of Apex, North Carolina, considered one of the best places to live in the USA. This festival attracts entries and attendees from all over the world. Their productions are judged on their entertainment value, artistic merit, and excellence of technique in the various trades and crafts necessary to create your production.”

Cuba, Libre? has now been a film festival “Official Selection” for the 56th time since its release in January of 2016.

“Cuba, Libre?” Becomes A Film Festival Pick for The Fifty-Fifth Time

The Tales Told From The Road feature-length documentary, “Cuba, Libre?,” has just become a film festival “Official Section” for the 55th time since its release in January of 2016.

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The festival will begin screening Cuba, Libre? on-demand via the Vimeo film hosting site for one week beginning at 9:00 PM BST (British Summer Time; 6:00 PM EDT, 1:00 PM PDT) on Sunday, April 5th.

“Cuba, Libre?” A Finalist at Rome Festival


Cuba, Libre? has been named a finalist for “Best International Documentary” by the Roma Cinema Docs film festival which made the film an “Official Selection” a month ago.

The winning film in that category will be announced on March 20th and screened at the festival on May 20th in Rome.

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Roma Cinema Docs is the third film festival held in Rome that has selected Cuba, Libre? and the second to put it on the short list for a “Best Documentary” award following its nomination for “Best Feature Doc” by the Rome Independent Prisma Film Awards in May of 2018.