Oliver Stone Gets Fined for Cuba Visit

From MiamiNewTimes:

According to a tersely-worded Department of Treasury document released Dec. 1, the IXTLAN Corp. of Santa Monica, Ca. — Stone’s production company — will pay $6,322.20 to “resolve allegations of violations of the Cuban embargo.” The violations occurred between Feb. 2002 and May 2003.

The report continues: “OFAC alleged that IXTLAN and four individuals dealt in services in which the government of Cuba or a Cuban national has an interest incident to the making of a documentary film. The matter was not voluntarily disclosed to OFAC.”