Our team is comprised of talented professionals with extensive experience filming in Cuba. We love what we do, and we do it with passion.
Tropix Institutional Relations & Producer
Diana currently acts as the Institutional liaison between Tropix Media and RTV Commercial. During her time working for the nations top TV channel, Diana managed the coordination of media for the Pope’s visit to Havana, as well as production coordinating for the notable performance of Rolling Stones in 2016. In 2002, she served as PR Specialist for Latin American Media visiting Cuba to cover events. In 2012, she continued to serve at RTV as their Director of Production & Sales for another 6 years before joining Tropix Media. Diana brings local expertise of national media regulations plus ample amounts of overall Production skills to the Tropix Media stable.
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In 2004, Reymel began his producing career in 2004 organizing concert tours in Cuba. This led into various jobs producing music videos, followed by numerous productions for documentaries and feature films, both national and foreign. Reymel has excelled wearing different caps ranging from Executive Producer to Production Director to Assistant Director. Reymel has worked on pivotal productions for Cuba such as Fast & Furious 8, Transformers V, Lois, The Translator (aka El Traductor), Habaneros U12, and Are You Pope?. He is currently in post-production as Producer for two full length documentaries, The People of the Documentary (on the prestigious Kennedy Center week in DC dedicated to Cuba) and Romerias: La Utopia.
IMDB / Reymel Delgado
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Inti brings 20 years of Production experience to the Tropix Media stable, having developed his skills in Cuba since 2001, when he produced his first short documentary, Directive are Directives. Similar to Reymel, both men have a deep understanding of Cuba’s film community, its nuances, specific challenges, and finally, the hard solutions. Inti has worked on some of Cuba’s most high-profile feature films, including Juan of the Dead (Cuba’s first big zombie film) which succeeded closing down Cuba’s most iconic street, Malecon. Other feature films include Melaza, Viva Cuba, Personal Belongings, and the documentary about Cuba’s famous exodus called Operation Peter Pan: Flying Back to Cuba.
IMDB / Inti Herrera
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