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“Sir Mick Jagger was in Havana last week, which was great for us because it just happened to be Brit Week 2015 – a celebration of music, sport, theatre, film and photography. Here he is with Ambassador Tim Cole following a chat about music and 2015 being a historic year for Cuba. Let’s hope Sir Mick will be back in town in the not too distant future with the Rolling Stones! Fingers crossed.”
Sir Mick Jagger was in Havana last week, which was great for us because it just happened to be Brit Week 2015 – a…
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A little more here:
Only weeks after the Caribbean nation re-opened relations with the United States, Yentob told The Independent that Temple was currently with Jagger in the Cuban capital Havana working on a “long-term project” to create the latest in a series of city-based films for the flagship BBC1 arts show Imagine. Previous films have featured London and Rio de Janeiro.
The Imagine host said he hoped to capture the story of a potential Rolling Stones concert in Havana, which could provide the finale for the band’s South American tour next spring. “We have started filming and this is going to be a project which will have a theatrical life (cinema release),” he said. Yentob, who is old friends with Jagger, also worked with Temple on Requiem for Detroit, a remarkable BBC2 film exploring the cultural and economic story of one of America’s greatest industrial cities.
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