Together with the web documentary “Havana-Miami: times are changing” on line since the 22nd of February 2010 on, a 60mn documentary proposes to follow in the same time the daily life of young men and women living in La Havana and Miami, during three months. Dialog between new American people and new Cuban generation, dialog between U.S.A. and their Latino American neighbors, dialog between several characters, same and different. The aim of this film is to get involved into the opening movement currently setting in America. The Cold War’s last heritage, fifty years of fighting between La Havana and the United States, is about to be overstepped.

Rodrigo Vazquez

Rodrigo Vazquez was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1969. He began working in TV in 1998 for BBC World.  As a free-lance producer / director / cameraman he worked extensively for Channel 4’s Unreported World Series, developing its style and content, filming in war zones from Central America to the Middle East. His work has been nominated for Royal Television Society Awards and obtained the prestigious Rory Peck Award for Features in 2003.

In 2005 Rodrigo founded Bethnal Films in order to produce independent feature films and documentaries. He subsequently produced “La Apertura”, a short film, “Looking for the Revolution”, four series for “Witness-Al Jazeera” and “Al Jazeera People & Power”, “Inside Hamas”, nominated for the 2008 Rory Peck Award, “Child Miners”, winner of the Grand Prize at the 2009 Montreal Human Rights Film Festival and set up international co-productions to make films such as “Angels of Rio” and “President Evo”.

From 2005 until today, Bethnal Films produced more than 30 films and TV programs for its long-term clients. Since then it has opened a fiction development unit to produce cutting-edge, independent films as a new way of giving a voice to the voiceless, through great stories that empower and inspire.


until May 2011

Webdoc online starting February 22nd, 2010 on and on Arte and Le Monde websites.

Documentary Aired on Arte on November 29th, 2011

Aired on Arte on December 3rd and 18th, 2011