Come Watch Caribbean films … Get your tickets HERE!

Caribbean Cinema Nights, is CaFA’s longest running screening series, bringing Caribbean films to various venues in Brooklyn. With this edition of the Cinema Nights, in partnership with PrintbyPrint Group, we will be bringing Caribbean films from the English, Spanish, Dutch and French Caribbean, back to Brooklyn.

This month, the theme is – “When Love Hurts: Intimate Partner Violence in the Caribbean Community”

Featured Films:
by Miquel Galofré
Trinidad & Tobago | 2018

‘Breaking the Cycle’ looks at the life of Camika who survived 20 years of an abusive marriage. Abandoned by her father and hurt by men she trusted as a teen, led her to seek love and protection from the man she would marry. But her saviour turned her nightmare and she found herself trapped in an abusive relationship. After 20 years and seven children – she realised that she had to make a decision to leave and to break the cycle of violence. Now working hard to help other victims of domestic abuse she still struggles trying to repair the impact of the years of abuse on her children.

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by Juan Francisco Pardo
Aruba | 2015

A man abuses his wife and children. The wife struggles to change her husband and prevent the family from breaking apart. But every situation has its limits, and one day she must take matters into her own hands.

Post-screening conversation with Dr. Rhonda Cambridge-Phillip and Ingrid Griffth of Demerara Gold, moderated by TAMARA BEST.

Eats by KIT an KIN … menu soon come!

Come join us!