“Cuba, Libre?” Wins Film Festival “Best Documentary Feature” Award

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Cuba, Libre? has won this month’s “Best Documentary Feature” award from the Festigious International Film Festival in Los Angeles.

In a message to producer and director, Dick Jordan, the festival staff said:

“Our jury enjoyed reviewing Cuba, Libre. It was well executed and had a good pacing. Kudos to your entire team for this important work.”

It is the fifth award that the 2016 documentary has received in the last two years, and the fourth since November of 2017.

Cuba, Libre? remains a contender in seven additional film festivals and award competitions that will take place between now and early 2019.

“Cuba, Libre?” Wins Another Award

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Cuba, Libre? has just received an Award of Recognition from the Accolade Global Film Competition.

It is the third film competition award that the documentary has won during the past four months.

“The Accolade Global Film Competition is unique in the industry. Attracting both powerhouse companies as well as talented new filmmakers it is an exceptional, truly international awards competition, not a traditional film festival – which allows filmmakers from around the world to enter their films in this prestigious competition.

“Established in 2003 and Currently in its 14th year, Accolade Global Film Competition is an avant-garde worldwide competition that strives to give talented directors, producers, actors, creative teams and new media creators the positive exposure they deserve. It discovers and honors the achievements of filmmakers who produce high quality films and projects across a multitude of genres.”

“Cuba, Libre?” in Competition for More Awards

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Cuba, Libre? has just been selected to compete for more film awards.

“Best Shorts Competition” has made the documentary one its official selections.

Here’s what “BSC” says about its program:

“The Best Shorts Competition is unique in the industry.  Attracting both powerhouse companies as well as talented new filmmakers, The Best Shorts is an exceptional, truly international awards competition, not a traditional film festival – which allows filmmakers from around the world to enter their films in this prestigious competition.

“Established in 2011 and currently in its 6th year, Best Shorts is an avant-garde worldwide competition that strives to give talented directors, producers, actors, creative teams and new media creators the positive exposure they deserve. It discovers and honors the achievements of filmmakers who produce high quality shorts and new media. Best Shorts promotes award winners through press releases to over 40,000 filmmakers, industry contacts and global media/distribution outlets.

“Our talented award winners have gone on to win Oscars, Emmys, Tellys and other awards.”

 

“Cuba, Libre?” Competes For Film Award

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Cuba, Libre? is vying for another film award after being selected for this year’s Accolade Global Film Competition.

“The Accolade Global Film Competition is unique in the industry.  Attracting both powerhouse companies as well as talented new filmmakers it is an exceptional, truly international awards competition, not a traditional film festival – which allows filmmakers from around the world to enter their films in this prestigious competition.

“Established in 2003 and Currently in its 14th year, Accolade Global Film Competition is an avant-garde worldwide competition that strives to give talented directors, producers, actors, creative teams and new media creators the positive exposure they deserve. It discovers and honors the achievements of filmmakers who produce high quality films and projects across a multitude of genres. The Accolade promotes award winners through press releases to over 40,000 filmmakers, industry contacts and additional international media/distribution outlets.”

“Cuba, Libre?” Wins Award of Recognition from Impact DOCS Awards

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Cuba, Libre? has just received an Award of Recognition in the Impact DOCS Award competition.

“IMPACT DOCS is the newest member of the Global Film Awards Family – a family of film competitions that have been serving filmmakers for more than 14 years.”

It’s mission is to “support and promote filmmakers who are making a difference in the critical issues of our times through producing impactful documentaries…or making contributions to the world through enlightening and entertaining documentary films.”

It’s goal “is to promote filmmakers of all backgrounds and experience levels – to ignite social change and to support filmmakers’ careers in meaningful filmmaking.”

IMPACT DOCS “believe(s) in the power of film to IMPACT the world – and documentary filmmakers are often on the leading edge of global change by shifting perceptions, behavior and habits of the viewers. It takes great talent to entertain viewers with subjects that are real!”

“Cuba, Libre?” Vies for Mindie “Best Doc” Award

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At the end of December we’ll learn whether Cuba, Libre?has been chosen as “Best Feature Documentary” in this month’s competition at the Miami Independent Film Festival.

Here’s what the “MINDIE” Website says about the festival:

“We know how hard it is for an indie filmmaker to produce and distribute their works.

“Mindie is the tool that every filmmaker needs, in order to showcase and get recognitions for their film: We have created monthly edition to give continuity to the selection process and a steady feedback to the filmmakers. Instead of waiting for months before getting an answer from the festival, filmmakers are immediately contacted if selected. Their work is privately screened every month and evaluated by an international team of experts in the industry.

“The monthly winners will then compete to be screened at our annual event. The event aims to create a strong relationship between filmmakers, producers and distributors from all over the world.”

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“Cuba, Libre?” Selected by Yet Another Film Festival

OFFICIAL SELECTION - Miami Independent Film Festival - 2018Cuba, Libre? has just been selected to compete in the 2018 Miami Independent Film Festival.

The competition is held monthly. Selected films are privately screened and evaluated by a Jury of international filmmakers.

Monthly winners become semi-finalists and will participate in a second round of competition. Finalists will be screened at our ANNUAL EVENT MINDIE 2018 that will take place in Miami in June of 2018.

“Cuba, Libre?” Vies for Another Award

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Cuba, Libre?” has been selected to compete in the Impact DOCS Awards.

“IMPACT DOCS is the newest member of the Global Film Awards Family – a family of film competitions that have been serving filmmakers for more than 14 years.”

It’s mission is to “support and promote filmmakers who are making a difference in the critical issues of our times through producing impactful documentaries…or making contributions to the world through enlightening and entertaining documentary films.”

It’s goal “is to promote filmmakers of all backgrounds and experience levels – to ignite social change and to support filmmakers’ careers in meaningful filmmaking.”

IMPACT DOCS “believe(s) in the power of film to IMPACT the world – and documentary filmmakers are often on the leading edge of global change by shifting perceptions, behavior and habits of the viewers. It takes great talent to entertain viewers with subjects that are real!”

By the end of January, 2018, we will know whether Cuba, Libre? has won an Impact DOCS Awards.

For further information on the competition, visit the Impact DOCS Awards Website.