Ezaram Vambe’s ‘In Havana’ is a beautiful ode to the Cuban capital

Posted in Film, Short Films, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 5 Aug 2014


Shot while visiting for a few days in January 2013, filmmaker Ezaram Vambe‘s In Havana is a gorgeous ode to the Cuban capital. Free from the marks of globalisation you’ll find in pretty much every other corner of the world, “Havana is one of those cities that stay with you long after you have left,” explains Vambe, who has effortlessly captured the essence and spirit of this amazing city. The music is Tarrega Minor by Broque.

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