Casting in Jaguey Grande

SYNOPSIS

Just a few clicks north of Bay of Pigs, a surprising scene plays out: Cuban kids attempting to master the art of the fly cast.  Their mentor and father figure, Felipe, guides anglers from around the globe to the regions coveted sport fisheries nearby. However, gaining the same access for his “ninos” proves to be difficult.  Casting in Jaguey Grande tells the real story of the changes facing the next generation of Cubans- far from glossy photos of vintage cars and cigars that the fill the travel magazines.

SCREENING

2 Screenings on Saturday, June 8: 

 3:15 PM | Rialto Black Box

4:45 PM | Bozeman Public Library

Filmmaker Attending: Yes

FILM INFO

Title: Casting in Jaguey Grande
Genre:
Documentary Short
Length: 15m
Country:
USA
Director: Thomas Winston
Executive Producer: Bill Halpin
Editor: Shasta Grenier Winston