Posters, from 1962 to 2018, of feature films, documentaries, animated films, film events, and others that were produced in Cuba by Cuban artists. Posters were primarily created by using a silk screen process and were made for both Cuban and non-Cuban films.
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Posters are generally in excellent to good condition with only minor folds and one tear. "Now!, 1965" is fragile and may not be serviced due to flaking paint.
Acc. 2011.691 are posters of two films by director Alfredo Ureta. Acc. 2012.227 also contains postcards with images of Cuban film posters. Acc. 2016.144 is a poster of the film, Café Amargo, directed by Rigoberto Jiménez.
Digital copies of the Cuban film posters can be accessed by clicking on the title of each poster shown under Collection Organization.
Accessioned and minimally processed by Benjamin Bromley in March 2011. Additional information and translations provided by students from Anne Marie Stock's class in April 2011. Acc. 2011.691 accessioned and minimally processed by Benjamin Bromley in December 2011. Acc. 2012.227 accessioned and minimally processed by Benjamin Bromley in June 2012.