Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Caribbean Film Series continues with “Cristo Rey” + “Purgatorio”

Haitian Immigrants Clash with Dominican Forces in “Cristo Rey” – Caribbean Film Series, December 3rd at BAMcinématek Santo Domingo-set drama mixes ‘Romeo & Juliet’ with complex racial issues. Director Leticia Tonos Paniagua, in attendance...

Caribbean Film Series at BAM: Brown Girl Begins

#BlackGirlMagic Blooms in Afro-Futurist ‘BROWN GIRL BEGINS,’ Inspired by Hit Novel “Brown Girl in the Ring,” at The Caribbean Film Series, Feb. 13th at BAMcinématek  Director Sharon Lewis’ film, borrows from the novel’s future-based...

#CrowdFundThis: Brown Girl in the Ring by Sharon Lewis

Caribbean-Canadian filmmaker, Sharon Lewis, has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for her latest project, Brown Girl in the Ring - the Prequel - a Canadian-Caribbean Sci Fi film.  Through the campaign, Sharon and...

Caribbean Films at ttff15 – the Shorts

The 2015 Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival, will be held from 15–29 September 2015.  Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the festival will be launching the Caribbean Film Mart + Regional Film Database, and will be hosting...

#CrowdFundThis – The Cutlass

Back in 2013, we screened a short film, The Cutlass, to great reviews by our viewers.  Everyone seeing the short, kept asking us when the feature would be made.  Well, here it is.  The...

“ENTRE DEUX,” by Nadia Charlery now available on Studio Anansi

"ENTRE DEUX," which screened at the 2013 Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival, is now available on Studio Anansi Tv. Synopsis: A man is alone in a wasteland, when a phone in a booth rings … He...

“CULTURE CLASH” by Jean-René Rinvil now available on Studio Anansi

"Culture Clash," a feature length documentary by Jean-René Rinvil, was released on Studio Anansi Tv, today.  The film, which premiered in 2014, received the Best Documentary Award at the Haiti Movie Awards.  It has...

A Night of Guyanese Film

The Inaugural QCAANY Film Showcase features a selection of Guyanese short films. This Showcase is curated by Romola Lucas of Caribbean Film Academy (CaFa). A panel discussion among producers and artists will be moderated...

Caribbean Films at the 2016 Pan African Film Festival

The Pan African Film Festival, may very well the largest film festival for Caribbean films in the United States.  Historically, the Festival has been a great place for Caribbean films and filmmakers, and this...

Caribbean Films at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

This year's Cannes Film Festival will run from May 13-24, in Cannes France.  As with previous posts, we will take a look at the Caribbean films appearing in this year's festival.  While there are...
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