An American woman's chance encounter with Fidel Castro leads her on a personal journey to uncover truths behind the tumultuous and often clandestine relationship marking a half-century of United States and Cuban foreign policy.
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Edwina Findley Dickerson,
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This is a story of how the courageous and selfless actions of one man can touch and inspire thousands. A documentary about Welles Remy Crowther, who saved at least ten people on September 11, 2001 at the cost of his own life.
Matthew J. Weiss
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Embargo is a feature Documentary film which delves into the secret relationship between the United States and Cuba. It is the story of an American woman who travels to Cuba with a U.S. Senator and discovers the untold history of her generation. The film follows her journey as she uncovers the truth from American, Russian and Cuban leaders. Embargo is a landmark exploration of American foreign policy in Latin America. It is also a catalyst to lift the restrictions of the Embargo, not only for the Cuban people, but for the rights of Americans to travel freely. It stars Robert F. Kennedy Jr, Sergei Khrushchev, Ted Sorensen, Frank Mankowiecz, Peter Kornbluh,(National Security Archives) President Ricardo Alarcon ( Cuban National Assembly) and many Cubans and Cuban Americans. Written by