East of Havana

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East of Havana
Directed by Jauretsi Saizarbitoria, Emilia Menocal
Produced by Charlize Theron, Juan Carlos Saizarbitoria, Meagan Riley-Grant, Clark Peterson
Starring Michel "Mikki Flow" Hermida, Magyori Martinez Veitia, Soandres "Soandry" Del Rio Ferrer, Vladimir Abad[1]
Edited by Fernando Villena
Running time
82 minutes
Language English

East of Havana is a 2006 documentary film co-produced by South African actress Charlize Theron. The film features three young Cuban rappers: Soandry, Magyori, and Mikki and centers on their experiences in the Cuban underground hip hop scene.

Charlize Theron attended SXSW Film Festival to introduce her productions new movie titled “East of Havana". The movie chronicles the journey of three underground hip hop artists in Cuba.[2]


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