Filmmakers Collaborative (FC) is a tax-exempt organization that has been providing low cost fiscal sponsorship to independent media makers since it was founded in 1986. It is now the grantee of record for hundreds of media projects across the country. Our mission is to sponsor and support the independent media community through fiscal sponsorship as well as offering programming opportunities that bring people together for learning and networking. http://filmmakerscollab.org
La fundacíon Alejo Carpentier promotes and divulges the life and work of Carpentier, as well as the study of his artistic and literary production. It encourages the hoarding and conservation of its bibliographic collections and promotes the development of Cuban culture. The foundation is located in Havana, Cuba.
Erik Angra is a filmmaker best known for his commercial & documentary work with AT&T, Coca Cola and PBS. His work has also appeared on NBC, Animal Planet & A&E. He began his career touring alongside hardcore punk musicians across the US, releasing the footage in 2006, featuring rare performances from some of the last shows at the infamous CBGBs in New York. He has an affinity for cinéma vérité and is also known for his unconventional use of digital cameras, often times shooting with antique lenses.
Lourdes is a Cuban filmmaker, working in documentary and narrative for over twenty years. She is a member of the UNEAC and is currently on the Committee of Economy and Culture. Lourdes and Cray worked together in Havana during the filming of Re-Evolucíon.
Artemis has been a psychologist, business consultant, venture capitalist, disabilities activist and has been making films for more than 20 years. Re-Evolutíon is Artemis’ 8th documentary film, after “Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War” co-produced with Ken Burns, and broadcast nationally on PBS.
Since editing under documentarian Ken Burns on Defying the Nazis, co-directed by Artemis Joukowsky, Cray turned his focus towards Cuban culture, its Revolutionary legacy, and the diverse dreams of Cuban artists, academics, and everyday people. Re-Evolution is Cray’s directorial debut.
Flavio has taught at Harvard and Northeastern law schools. His interests include civil and human rights, transnational migrations, and Latino and Latin American studies with special focus on Cuba. He currently teaches at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA.
Formally coherent, excellent photography, very well made.