Cuban News Agency
HAVANA, Cuba, Nov 27 (ACN) A film on terrorism against Cuba by American writer, journalist and filmmaker Saul Landau will have its premiere during the upcoming 32nd Latin American Film Festival that begins in Havana on December 2.
Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up? is one of the 515 films that will compete in the event and it will premiere at the Charles Chaplin movie theater on December 11 at 5:30 p.m.
The website www.cubadebate.cu announces that the film covers 50 years of terrorism against the island and particularly focuses on the case of five Cuban antiterrorists who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States for monitoring right-wing groups in South Florida that were planning and carrying out terrorist attacks against Cuba.
The film, also with the participation of Cuban documentary maker Roberto Chile, was shot in Miami, Washington and Havana and it includes photos and valuable historic documents.
It also includes interviews with notorious terrorists Luis Posada Carriles, Orlando Bosch, Jose Basulto, and others who walk the streets of Miami as free men under the protection of the US Government.
Among other recognitions, Landau has received the Emmy, George Polk, First Amendment, Letelier-Moffit and Bernardo O’Higgins awards.