After the collapse of the Soviet bloc Cuba was plunged into crisis. Blockaded by the USA, their major trading partner gone, the Communist government invested in tourism to bring hard currency into the country. This led to a two-tiered system in which those who had dollars could buy goods unavailable in the local peso economy. Many Cubans became ‘jiniteros’,offering illegal services to tourists - from city tours to prostitution – in order to get by. A 'Wedding in Havana', made at the height of this crisis, is a snapshot of a moment of disillusion as seen through the eyes of three couples from Old Havana. As we didn't have permission to film, we shot using a small ‘hi-8’ camera that could pass for a tourist’s video in the streets. This version has been through many generations and it shows – but the camerawork, by Vicente Ferraz, still glows with life. 'A Wedding in Havana' was directed by Miriam Day. The film was sold to broadcasters in Latin America and screened at the 2017 Borderlines Film Festival, UK.