TABACULA Films and The Casa, present the film premieres for two documentary films, ‘Viva La Casa’ and ‘Conversation in Cuba’ at the Philharmonic Hall this Friday, 4 September at 7.30pm. Tickets are available from the Philharmonic Hall and the Casa on Hope St, priced at £10 and £8 Viva La Casa is part documentary and part performance. Twenty years on from the beginning of the Liverpool Dockers dispute, Viva La Casa focuses on the Casa today and features the people who work, use and support the Casa. Also included in the film is footage from the Solidarity night held in April at the Philharmonic, featuring comedians: John Bishop, Neil Fitzmaurice, Chris Cairns and Mark Steel together with performances from John Power and the Farm. Conversation In Cuba sees Jimmy McGovern travel to Havana, Cuba, to meet with award-winning Cuban crime writer, Leonardo Padura, two writers from port cities, both critical of their own societies and both using writing to explore themes of social justice. The film is a unique insight into Cuba today.