Ernesto Juan Castellanos

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Ernesto Juan Castellanos, born in 1963, is a Cuban freelance author, translator, educator, journalist, producer, filmmaker and researcher who lives and works in Miami, Florida. He has written and published four books as well as a number of stories for newspapers and magazines both in Cuba and abroad.

Castellanos has a university degree in English and works variously as a translator and interpreter, in film and live music production management, and as a fixer and production manager for international radio and film crews and bands working in Cuba, most notably CNN (Jim Acosta), PBS (Ray Suarez), HD-Net, the BBC (Michael Palin, Steve Leonard, Rhod Sharp, Simon Reeve), the Manic Street Preachers, Asian Dub Foundation, Audioslave, Simply Red, and Kool & the Gang.

He has shot, produced and directed the documentaries Descalzo sobre Abbey Road (in English, Barefoot on Abbey Road) and Havana Jam '79.

Non-fiction books published in Cuba[edit]

See also[edit]

  • John Lennon Park - the statue of Lennon is featured in Castellanos's 2005 book

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