08 Feb ‘Voices of the Sea’

From producer and Detroit native Capella Fahoome comes the story of this tiny, remote coastal village in Cuba where poverty reigns. And for all the talk of normalizing U.S. relations, nobody believes anything will ever change. We see the restless longing for greater opportunity – embodied by young mother of four, Mariela – contrasted against the realism and pride of the film's voice of reason, her much older husband, fisherman Orlando. An escape to pursue the American Dream preoccupies almost everyone, but Orlando espouses a different philosophy, passing on his fishing craft to their eldest son. Michigan premiere. Co-presented by Cinema Lamont. In English and Spanish with English subtitles.

After the film: Josh Gardner, founder of Cinema Lamont, talks to producer Capella Fahoome

8 p.m. Fri., April 13, Marvin and Betty Danto Lecture at the DIA

YEAR 2018
RUN TIME 98 minutes
Directed by Kim Hopkins
Produced by Capella Fahoome and Margareta Szabo