Havana, Aug 15 (Prensa Latina) The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, today highlighted the solidarity gesture of the American filmmaker, Oliver Stone, who advocated for the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to the Henry Medical Brigade Reeve.
Likewise, the Minister of Culture, Alpidio Alonso, stated in his official account that the North American director signed the petition in favor of the humanitarian work of Cuban doctors who gave their help in more than 30 nations worldwide.
Stone's action is part of the list of personalities, activists, and cultural organizations that recognize the professionalism of the Caribbean island's army in white coats in the face of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
During his career film, which includes three Oscars and five Golden Globes, the American director has portrayed political figures and controversial events in the history of his country, including Presidents Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, George W. Bush, as well such as the war in Vietnam and the attacks on the Twin Towers in 2001.
In recent years, his documentary production has been inspired by the imprint of leaders of the left la Latin American such as the Bolivarian commander, Hugo Chávez, and the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro.