“Cuba, Libre?” Competes For Awards a 19th Time

Docs Without Borders OS B on W

Cuba, Libre? has just become an Official Selection of the Docs Without Borders Film Festival in the Travel/Culture/Arts/Category.

In its fourth year, the festival is dedicated to documentaries and “Docu-Dramas” and its selections fall into unique documentary categories such as: Environmental, Human Spirit, Social Issues, Wildlife, Docu-drama shorts, and Docu-drama features, and many others.

It is the 19th film festival or award competition that has selected Cuba, Libre? since the film was released in January of 2016.

“Cuba, Libre?” Nominated for “Best Documentary” at London Festival

Cuba, Libre?, which screened earlier today at the Romford Film Festival in Greater London, has been nominated for “Best Documentary.” It is the fourth such nomination that the film has received since its 2016 release, coming hard on the heels of its third “Best Documentary” nomination just four days ago.

Romford Best Documentary Nomination

Later today the festival will announce which of the nine nominated films won the award.

This was the second year for the festival which screened 120 films in 2018 and hopes to show 200 in 2019.

“Cuba, Libre?” Nominated for More Awards

Cuba, Libre? has just been nominated for Best Documentary Feature by the 2018 Top Indie Film Awards.

Top Indie FA Best Doc Nomination

It is the third time the film has received a “Best Documentary Feature” nomination. Previous nominations were by the Rome Independent Prisma Awards and the Festigious International Film Festival Los Angeles which gave its “Best Documentary Feature” award to Cuba, Libre?

Top Indie FA Best Editing Nomination

The 2018 Top Indie Film Awards also has nominated the film in the “Best Editing” category.