Copperbridge Foundation invited young Cuban Filmmaker, Adolfo Mena Cejas, to give the Miami community a virtual tour of the Cuban Fine Arts Museum
Adolfo Mena Cejas took the Miami community on a virtual journey through the History, Culture, and Society of Cuba, from the Colonial times of the 16th Century to the present, as seen through its Art at the Cuban National Museum of Fine Arts.
Adolfo Mena Cejas – Director, Producer, Screenwriter, and Graduate of the University of Havana with a degree in Art History.
Adolfo worked as the Producer of the audiovisual projects and Assistant Director to the renowned writer, Carlos Diaz, of El Público Theater Company in Havana.
He is a graduate of the Literary Training Center Onelio Jorge Cardoso. He took workshops including directing, scriptwriting, and production under the leadership of distinguished professionals such as Stephen Bayly, Rafael Cobos, and Marisa Fernandez at the International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Baños and the ICAIC.
His short film “Lie to Me Well, Jackie Chang” won Best Fiction, Best Sound Design, and Best Editing in 2014 by the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC).
He is currently pursuing his film career in New York City.