Ian Padrón, a Cuban filmmaker, has been invited by Michael Moore to present his first feature film, Habanastation in Michigan, U.S., on the 27th of this month.
|Cuban filmaker Ian Padrón|
Habanastation is the story of two children from different social backgrounds that contrast in an adventure that unites them. The movie was shot in a working-class neighborhood of Marianao. Starring Andy Fornaris and Ernesto Escalona and featuring a cast of children from La Colmenita theater group, the movie played to a totally packed Charles Chaplin movie theater in Havana.
Michel Moore’s Sicko was played on Cuban National TV, and his movies are frequently shown in Cuban movie theatres. The outspoken US filmmaker has visited Cuba in the past and has established links with local colleagues.