Feminism Is: Sara Gomez—Cuba’s First Female Film Director

February 12, 2016

“She directed several short documentaries that brought a highly critical perspective toward Cuban revolutionary society, in particular the position of women and Afro-Cubans. With her debut film, Iré a Santiago, she became the first female film director in Cuba.”

Read more about Sara Gomez, who tragically died at age 31, leaving only a few examples of her artistic vision and social justice activism.

Here’s another article, this one by Adrienne Rochetti 

View a list of her short films on her Wikipedia page.

 

Posted by Lē Weaver.

Editors
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