Organized by Dr. Trevor Michael, and Jennifer Smith, the first Barbados Independent Film Festival, will be held from Jan 11-15, 2017, in Bridgetown, Barbados. Slated to be held at several venues in Bridgetown, the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, Limegrove Cinemas, the Barbados Museum, and Dover Beach, the Festival will bring about 20 films to screen in, and will honor the work of Machel Montano. Let’s take a look at the Caribbean films being screened as part of the Festival. ART CONNECT by Miquel Galofre Documentary Feature Trinidad & TobagoRead More
The crowdfunding campaign for “1804: The Hidden History of Haiti,” was recently lauched on Indiegogo.  The film is written and being produced by Tariq Nasheed, the creator of the critically acclaimed Hidden Colors documentary series. The film promises go in depth into the history of Haiti, and will also explore the real reasons for the current state of Haiti. Watch Tariq’s Pitch: Visit the film’s crowdunding page, on Indiegogo,, to contribute. One Love!Read More
The Island House Film Festival, will be held this year, from January 12-15.  Films will be screened at the Island House Cinema, one of the more modern, luxury cinema venues in Nassau, Bahamas, and will feature a number of Caribbean Films.  In addition to screening films, there will 3 industry workshops and 2 filmmaker talks. PLAY THE DEVIL by Maria Govan Narrative Feature Trinidad & Tobago | 2016 Opening Night Film Set against the backdrop of Trinidad and Tobago’s mystical Carnival, a gifted and struggling young man becomes the object ofRead More
We experienced another incredible year supporting the work of Caribbean filmmakers and sharing Caribbean films with the world.  Check out some of what made the year so special: We launched 2 new Film Festivals: Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival:  This year, in partnership with Third Horizon Media, producers of the acclaimed short, Papa Machete, we launched the Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival.  With the help of our sponsors, the Knight Foundation, Flow, Time Warner, and the Greene Family Foundation, we brought 4 days of Caribbean film, music and art toRead More
Once or twice per month, we vibe with a Caribbean filmmaker, discussing topics ranging from their passion for filmmaking, to their favorite filmmakers, to their thoughts on Caribbean filmmaking. Check out our latest InterviewsRead More
STUDIO ANANSI TV Experience a Different Caribbean Here at Studio Anansi, we believe our stories are ours and should be told by us.  We celebrate the work of our emerging filmmakers, by encouraging, supporting, showcasing, and sharing their work, as they tell our stories. We are building an amazing collection of Caribbean stories, one film at time. We invite you to join us on this quest. Keep coming back, keep looking at and sharing our films and keep sharing with the filmmakers, your thoughts and words of encouragement. Watch CaribbeanRead More
TIMEHRI FILM FESTIVAL Georgetown, Guyana The Timehri Film Festival (TFF) is an annual Guyanese and Caribbean film festival aimed at celebrating the work of Guyanese and Caribbean filmmakers in the Region and Diaspora. Visit Festival WebsiteRead More
CaFA CINEMA NIGHTS Dumbo, Brooklyn CaFA Cinema Nights, is our monthly community film night series.  Films are screened on the first Friday of the month at 7:30 pm, at IFP Media Center, on John Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Each screening is accompanied by lively discussions on the subject matter of the films and Caribbean filmmaking in general. Previous ScreeningsRead More