Interview with a Cuban Libertarian
(working title) tells the story of Nelson Rodriguez
Chartrand (pictured above), the founder of a small library that houses illegal books on libertarian economic ideas, just outside of Havana. Nelson's library doubles as a school, and has grown in popularity in recent years, particularly after President Obama opened up diplomatic relations. However, Cuban Regime limits the maximum number of students to ten. Chartrand also faces frequent harassment and arrest, often with little justification. When internet accessibility is available, Chartrand creates blog posts focused on the Cuban Libertarian Movement. This film will up loaded to the facebook page for my passion project,
tentatively, March of 2018.