Home / / ‘Little Cuba’

‘Little Cuba’

Comments / 1477 Views / Saturday, 1 January 2011 00:30

Emmy-nominated American actor and producer Andy Lauer hands over the screenplay of his upcoming film, ‘Little Cuba,’ which is to be filmed in Sri Lanka, to veteran film maker Chandran Rutnam.

The event took place recently at the Colombo Swimming Club with the participation of Rajkumar Kanagasingam, Partner of Selvasingam Consultants, which promotes film and other industries via PR Newswire’s International wire distribution.

Share This Article


Today's Columnists

The challenge of creating a fine tourism product

25 October 2016

Marketing a country is like marketing a product. They must both ideally entice the customers by offering a functional benefit which also provides a motivating emotional experience. Others offering a similar product will endeavour to do the same. T...

Why Sri Lanka needs one million jobs by 2020

25 October 2016

An opponent of trade liberalisation has recently tried to score a cheap debating point by questioning the need to create one million jobs. His argument has been that the official statistics showed only 400,000 unemployed persons.  If ...

Fiscal reforms: An imperative for sustained growth

24 October 2016

SLEA 2016 keynote   Above 7% growth is needed to sustain the economy Sustained growth is normally viewed from two different angles today. One is from the point of environment and depletion of non- renewable resource...

Chandra J writes to SLAASB, CA Sri Lanka on regulatory reforms for good governance

24 October 2016

Good governance activist Chandra Jayaratne has written to the Chairman of the Sri Lanka Accounting and Auditing Standards Monitoring Board, and the President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka on the regulatory reforms to assur...

Columnists More