El Conde, The Count is the title of the radio documentary that reveals the history of the farmhouse of the Third Count of Jaruco, located just outside the Mayabeque municipality of the same name and unfortunately, despite its historical value and architectural, has not undergone restoration.
The Essay Award corresponded to Papeles en su entorno , Papers in its environment by Pedro Rafael Romero writer from San Jose de Lajas and director of Culture Department of the International School of Film and Television in San Antonio de los Baños, who previously received this award in the corresponding edit a year 2012.
Michael Garcia of Radio Camoa was also awarded for his documentary La madre negra de Marti, The black mother of Jose Marti, worthy work of collateral awarded by Aponte Committee and recently won the Script Award of news programs of the contest of Film, Radio and Television Felix B. Caignet in Santiago in Cuba.
The province of Mayabeque highlighted once again in the most important event of the Section of the Audio Visual Media and Radio of the Cuban Union of and of Writers and Artists (UNEAC) shows the dedication of its residents to the art of radio and research.
Translated by: Daysi Olano Fernandez