FRENEMIES Screening Resources


Screening Poster
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(customize for your event)

FRENEMIES Screening Poster


Screening Guide
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Press Stills

All High-Resolution
Press Photos

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Additional Resources

Timeline of U.S. Cuba Relations
Since Fidel Castro’s ascent to power in 1959, U.S.-Cuba ties have endured a nuclear crisis, a long U.S. economic embargo, and persistent political hostilities. The diplomatic relationship thawed under President Barack Obama, but many restrictions have since been renewed.

The Solidarity Collective
The Solidarity Collective builds transnational grassroots solidarity to resist U.S. government and corporate policies that contribute to violence, poverty and oppression in the Americas.

Cuba Working Group
Since 2007, the Americas Society /Council of the America’s Cuba Working Group (CWG) has been at the forefront of a changing U.S.-Cuba relationship. CWG serves as both a discreet bridge between the private and public sectors in the United States and Cuba, and as a repository of policy knowledge on bilateral relations.

US-Cuba Working Group
The U.S.–Cuba Cooperative Working Group (USCCWG) is a national-level, multi-sectoral U.S. cooperative leadership group representing consumer, purchasing, worker, and producer cooperatives from a broad range of sectors, such as agriculture, energy, finance, grocery and consumer goods, transportation, insurance, and housing,
among others.

Cuba Study Group
The Cuba Study Group is a non-partisan, policy and advocacy organization comprised of Cuban-American business leaders and young professionals who share a vision of a free, sovereign, inclusive and prosperous Cuba that provides opportunities for all of its citizens to fulfill their aspirations.

Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA)
WOLA is a leading research and advocacy organization advancing human rights in the Americas. The group envision a future where public policies protect human rights and recognize human dignity, and where justice overcomes violence. WOLA tackles problems that transcend borders and demand cross-border solutions, forging strategic partnerships with courageous people making social change—advocacy organizations, academics,
religious and business leaders, artists, and government officials.



Cuba: The Accidental Revolution
Two-part series examining Cuba's enormous experiment in sustainable development in the face of an economic crisis brought on by the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Unfinished Spaces
Multi-layered story of Cuba's National Art Schools project, designed by three young artists in the wake of Castro's Revolution.

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