In this first episode of the DADE podcast, we’re talking to Emmy-winning filmmaker Joe Cardona. He's directed, produced and written 19 feature-length documentaries, most of which have aired nationally on PBS. Some of the highlights of his work include Café con Leche, Celia the Queen, Miami Boheme, and The Day it Snowed in Miami. Joe’s most recent film is Major League Cuban, which will premier March 7 at 8 p.m. on PBS in South Florida, then air around the country at various points in the summer of 2017 and eventually be made available on PBS’ website. Major League Cuban explores the history of baseball in Cuba and the game’s significance to Cubans on the island and in exile. Nick Jiménez met with Joe at Little Havana Cigar Factory — in the heart of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood — to talk about his film over some stogies and, as you’ll soon hear, some unexpectedly romantic mood music.