Havana Glasgow Film Festival – Sustainable Cuba

lista quinta hgff at cca

Friday 19th November, 2021

Havana Glasgow Film Festival at CCA

Lista Quinta / Fifth List

Giselle Garcia Castro | Cuba 2019 | Doc 18+

Fri 19 November
3pm
CCA + Online
Cuban fishermen attempt to balance their life source with
environmental changes.

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Friday 19 November – Sustainable Cuba

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Cuba Platform | 37m

Promoting Cycling, Empowering Women
Turning old paper into new opportunities
Designing a Different Kind of Carwash
A Modern Agrarian Future: The Life and Work of
Agroecologist Fernando Funes Monzote
Trabajo de Amor / A Labour of Love

Sustainability Stories: Cuba + Discussion
Fri 19 November
5.05pm
CCA + Online
El Monte / The Woodland
Claudia Claremi I Cuba 2018 I 13min
Spanish with English subtitles I Doc I N/C U
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Cuba’s Life Task: Combating
Climate Change + Discussion

Helen Yaffe, Daniesky Acosta, Hugo Rivalta
UK 2021 | 57m | Spanish and English with
English subtitles | Doc / N/C PG
Fri 19 November
7.15pm
CCA + Online
Film Festival Premiere exploring Cuba’s unique approach to the
adaptation and mitigation of climate change.
In 2017, the Cuban government approved the State Plan to
confront climate change, known as ‘Tarea Vida’ (Life Task). As a
small Caribbean island, up to 10% of Cuban territory could be
submerged by the end of the century. This documentary shows
how Cuba is using environmental science, natural solutions and
community participation in its 100-year plan for adaptation and
mitigation. There are lessons here for the world.
The documentary will be introduced by Dr Helen Yaffe and
followed by a Q&A + panel discussion with guests including
Dr Emily Morris and Hugo Rivalta.

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Living Between Hurricanes

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A film about the elements – hurricanes and rain, the sea and the earth.

A film about Caibarién, a fishing port on the north coast of Cuba devastated by Hurricane Irma on 9th September 2017

About the effects of climate across the centuries on a Caribbean island sucked into global markets for its commodity crops – tobacco, coffee and sugar – and how sugar changed the landscape through deforestation and soil exhaustion

About the collapse of sugar and the encroachment of a new commodity market – tourism

About the growing threat from climate change and the move towards reforestation, ecotourism and sustainable farming

Michael Chanan / UK 2019 / Doc / N/C / 1hr10m

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