Cuba Mia captures a musical Cuba you have never seen before. Amazingly talented, incredibly beautiful, Cuban to the core, this story of the musicians of the all-woman Camerata Romeu is filled with the dazzling faces and fiery performances that astonish and delight. They are led by Zenaida Romeu, one of the world's most gifted conductors, a woman born into a family of Cuban performers and composers spanning several generations. They play everything from folk music and Mozart to fiery renditions of a new Cuban music drawing on the popular rhythms of the island taken from Africa, Spain, and Latin American Indians. Yet their sound is all their own. Thrilling audiences in small Cuban towns, playing to packed houses in the U.S. and Europe, performing in their stunning Basilica in Old Havana, these outrageously gifted women play with a joy and energy that defines description. By turns funny, angry, lyrical and moving, "Cuba Mia" takes us behind the scenes as ten dedicated musicians juggle a fierce rehearsal schedule (they play everything from memory) with boyfriends, girlfriends, grandparents and children, offering a slice of Cuban life seldom seen on the world's screens. Theirs are young lives filled with dreams and sacrifices, victories and defeats, numbing work and moments of genius. This award-winning film was directed by Cecilia Domeyko, creator of dozens of films capturing the Hispanic Experience in the U.S. and Latin America. Her visionary films are currently airing in over 90 countries. "Cuba Mia" offers an unforgettable message of hope, demonstrating the power of music to cross boundaries of nation, gender, and time. It is an inspiring film matching stirring music with brilliant editing and memorable images...a celebration of talent, daring, imagination and dedication. It is a film that captures in young lives and music the harmonies of the Cuban Soul.