Busted! The feds have fined controversial director Oliver Stone in connection with his travel to Cuba to make documentaries about Fidel Castro. According to a tersely-worded Department of Treasury document from the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) released December 1st, and reported today by Miami New Times, Stone's Ixtlan production company and four individuals have agreed to pay $6,322.20 to "resolve allegations of violations of the Cuban embargo." The violations occurred between February 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.