Havana


2h 25m 1990

Brief Synopsis

Political drama surrounding events in Cuba just prior to the Castro regime in 1958, when a high stakes gambler falls in love with the wife of a revolutionary.

Film Details

Also Known As
Havanna
MPAA Rating
Genre
Romance
Drama
Political
Release Date
1990
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 25m

Synopsis

Political drama surrounding events in Cuba just prior to the Castro regime in 1958, when a high stakes gambler falls in love with the wife of a revolutionary.

Crew

Susan Alexander

Apprentice

David Allday

Swing Gang

Karen Marmer Allen

Post-Production Supervisor

Bunny Andrews

Music Editor

Darryl M Athons

Wardrobe

Richard Benedetto

Electrician

Else Blangsted

Music Editor

Cha Blevins

Wardrobe

Richard Bowen

Dp/Cinematographer

Richard Bowen

Director Of Photography

Donald D Brown

Sound Engineer

Reid Burns

Color Timer

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

Desmond Cannon

Sound Editor

Tom Cantrell

Electrician

Peter Childs

Assistant Art Director

Lee Cleary

Assistant Director

William Dawson

Special Effects Assistant

John Ellingwood

Assistant Camera Operator

Jose Luis Escolar

Assistant Director

Glenn Forbes

Property Master Assistant

Jessica Gallavan

Adr Editor

Lonnie Gatlin

Electrician

Carl Gibson

Dolly Grip

Lucy Goldsnow

Foley Editor

Dave Grusin

Music

Robert S Hahn

Camera Operator

Peter Handford

Sound Mixer

Robin Harlan

Foley Artist

Barbara Harris

Casting

D. M. Hemphill

Sound

Martin Hitchcock

Other

Thomas Hoerber

Makeup

Gary H Holt

Lighting Technician

J Paul Huntsman

Sound Editor

Chris Jenkins

Sound

Frank J Keever

Key Grip

William G Kenney

Grip

Robert Keslow

Assistant Camera Operator

James Krattiger

Electrician

Robert E Krattiger

Electrician

Dennis J Lane

Assistant Camera Operator

Steven M Levine

Property Master

Richard C Lewis

Grip

Dennis Liddiard

Makeup

Gary Liddiard

Makeup Supervisor

Mitch Lookabaugh

Grip

Bobby Mackston

Dialogue Editor

Elliot Marks

Photography

Terence Marsh

Production Designer

David L Merrill

Dolly Grip

Jill Meyers

Music

Sarah Monat

Foley Artist

Sue Moore

Wardrobe

Don Murray

Music

Kathy O'rear

Wardrobe

Vincent Paterson

Choreographer

William L Peets

Rigging Gaffer

Hugo Pena

Wardrobe

Bernie Pollack

Costume Designer

Sydney Pollack

Producer

Kelly Porter

Wardrobe

Anne Rapp

Continuity

Judith Rascoe

Screenplay

Judith Rascoe

Story By

Judith Rascoe

From Story

David Rayfiel

Screenplay

John Richards

Music

George Richardson

Art Director

Lise Richardson

Music Editor

Owen Roizman

Dp/Cinematographer

Owen Roizman

Director Of Photography

Richard Roth

Producer

Tim Ryan

Key Grip

Eric H Sandberg

Wardrobe

Matthew G Sawelson

Dialogue Editor

Ronald L Schwary

Unit Production Manager

Ronald L Schwary

Executive Producer

Susan Carol Schwary

Hair

Michael Seirton

Set Decorator

Carolann Sanchez Shapiro

Sound Editor

Joel Sill

Music

Mark Smith

Sound

Lynn Stalmaster

Casting

Fredric Steinkamp

Editor

Karl Steinkamp

Assistant Editor

William Steinkamp

Editor

Charles M Stewart

Set Decorator

Kathe Swanson

Hair

David Tomblin

Assistant Director

Martin Trevis

Boom Operator

Joe Valentine

Sound Effects Editor

Tony Vandenecker

Special Effects

Felipe Vicini

Assistant Director

Dianne Wager

Assistant Art Director

Thomas Whiting

Adr Editor

Michael T Wilson

Assistant Editor

Butch Wolf

Foley Editor

Film Details

Also Known As
Havanna
MPAA Rating
Genre
Romance
Drama
Political
Release Date
1990
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 25m

Award Nominations

Best Score

1990

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Limited Release in United States December 12, 1990

Released in United States December 1990

Released in United States January 1991

Released in United States on Video May 16, 1991

Released in United States on Video May 9, 1991

Released in United States Winter December 12, 1990

Wide Release in United States December 14, 1990

Shown at Brussels International Film Festival January 9-19, 1991.

Shown at International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema December 4-17, 1990.

Began shooting November 22, 1989.

Completed shooting April 28, 1990.

Released in United States on Video May 9, 1991

Released in United States on Video May 16, 1991

Released in United States December 1990 (Shown at International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema December 4-17, 1990.)

Limited Release in United States December 12, 1990

Released in United States Winter December 12, 1990

Wide Release in United States December 14, 1990

Released in United States January 1991 (Shown at Brussels International Film Festival January 9-19, 1991.)