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Filminuto #16 and #18

Cuba, 1989 (MIFF 1990, Animation)

Director: Juan Padron

The Filminuto series are designed to screen before a feature in Cuban cinemas (often with local newsreels).

Each Filminuto is a collection of brief cartoon-strip-like comic animations of no more than one minute, usually written by the father of Cuban animation Juan Padron.
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