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Cuba: The Art Revolution

Cuba has a long and rich heritage in the arts, but during the last two decades, the visual arts have become a cultural phenomenon. In this week's Rough Cut, filmmaker Natasha Del Toro travels to Cuba to meet two of its most acclaimed artists and find out why art is at the center of Cuban society.
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Developed by Frontline producers at WGBH in conjunction with KQED in San Francisco, Frontline/World turns its lens on the global community, introducing viewers to countries and cultures rarely covered by the US media.

 

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