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Emi Laara, Little Stories to Dream


Hebert Poll Gutiérrez Rodolfo Ortega Arnais


Rodolfo Ortega Arnais Hebert Poll Gutiérrez Imaginante S.L.
  • Release Date 2022
  • Running Time 30 minutes
  • Closed Captions Yes
  • Availability Canada, USA

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In a magical world where ancient gods of Santeria roam, mischief and adventure await! Embark on a journey filled with spells, mythical creatures, and the wonders of nature. Along the way, valuable lessons about friendship, courage, and the importance of respecting the natural world are shared.

Directors: Hebert Poll Gutiérrez, Rodolfo Ortega Arnais
Producers: Rodolfo Ortega Arnais, Hebert Poll Gutiérrez, Imaginante S.L.

Artist Statement

I am a Cuban Canadian poet, author, storyteller, and playwright with 19 years of experience trying to connect with the Canadian community and beyond through art. I believe in the power of stories to shape reality. To be part of your company means empowering my artistic skills to continue using art as an instrument to defend my triple cultural identity:

My identity as a Cuban.
My identity as an Artist.
My identity as an Afro-descendant.


Hebert Poll Gutiérrez is a Cuban Canadian author, storyteller, poet, and playwright with 19 years of experience currently based in Calgary. He believes in the power of stories and theatre to shape realities. Art is his strategy to defend his triple cultural identity: His identity as an artist, a Cuban, and Afro descendant.

Hebert has published nine books in several genres (poetry, theater, and short fiction). His latest books are: "Last Planet Standing" (Theater) Letra de Kmbio Publishers, France,2023. “Whispers from the Black Gods” (Poetry) The Elite Lizzard Publishing Company, Canada, 2022.

Some of his writings appear in magazines and more than 20 anthologies from Cuba, Venezuela, Canada, Spain, the United States, Mexico, Germany, and other countries. Companies from Latin America, Europe, and Canada have represented his theatre scripts.

He is a member of several cultural organizations in Canada. Among them: SpanicArts; Calgary Playwrights Guild of Canada; ICAI (Immigrant Council for Arts Innovation); FAVA (Film and Video Arts Society Alberta); Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society (AMAAS); and Storytellers of Canada (Toronto).

He was named Calgary’s Artist of the Month in December 2021 by the Immigrant Council for Arts Innovation (ICAI).

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