SF DocFest 2018: VOICES OF THE SEA
First show: June 10
In Cuba, there is the reality — hunger, no drinking water, little hope for tomorrow — and there is the dream. The American Dream. Mariela looks 90 miles north, to the Florida shore, imagining a brighter future, but her husband, Pita, a struggling fisherman, feels anchored to their home. Voices of the Sea offers a portrait of a family caught in a Cuba often hidden from view and a nation hampered by the broken promises of revolution.
Directed by Kim Hopkins. 99 minutes. Cuba & the UK. 2018. West Coast Premiere.
REGULAR TICKETS $13/ADVANCE, $15/DOOR
SF DocFest 2018: VOICES OF THE SEA: Upcoming Showtimes