Cine Cubano: Latin America’s Oldest Film Magazine

Cine Cubano: Latin America’s Oldest Film Magazine
In June 1960, less than nineteen months after the establishment of Cuba's revolutionary government, the first issue of Cine Cubano was published. Despite the turbulent times, it had a print-run of 20,000 copies and was launched as a monthly. The cover featured a photograph of ‘Rebeldes,’ the second episode of the movie Historias de la Revolución, which at the time was yet to be released. The new journal would become the longest ongoing film magazine of Latin America and continues to be published until today.
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Cine Cubano: Latin America’s Oldest Film Magazine, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2024 <http://primarysources.brillonline.com/browse/cine-cubano>