Wednesday, August 22, 2018

The Actor’s Process

An Essential Survival Guide to Making It in N.Y.C. for the International Artist by Paul Pryce Introduction: The purpose of the artist is to investigate.  Investigate ideas, the world in which she or he lives, humanity in...

CaFA Q+A with Sean M. Field

Sean M. Field Writer/Director/Producer Barbados Watch the trailer for "EGRESS" "Egress," a short film by Barbadian filmmaker, Sean M. Field, is set to launch on Studio Anansi Tv, next Tuesday, Feb 16.  The film, a big winner at...

2016 Timehri Film Festival – Guyana

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 19, 2016 Alysia Christiani Timehri Film Festival 718-938-5896 info@timehrifilmfestival.com THE CARIBBEAN FILM ACADEMY & REWIND AND COME AGAIN LAUNCH THE INAUGURAL TIMEHRI FILM FESTIVAL Showcasing Caribbean Film & Supporting Emerging Guyanese Filmmakers Brooklyn, NY: The New York City...

Creatively Speaking Film Series 2015: Spotlight Caribbean

The Creatively Speaking Film Series, celebrates the opening of its 20th consecutive season this September 11th - 13th, 2015 at MIST Harlem. The theme this month is “Spotlight Caribbean” – a distinctive selection of films highlighting...

Top 7 Jamaican Films

Top 7 Jamaican Films (That Are Not “The Harder They Come”) Written by Curtis John So we know that the 1973 hit film THE HARDER THEY COME deservedly gets the best nod as the best Jamaican film...

Caribbean Film Series at BAM: KAFOU

Haitian Crime Comedy “Kafou” Screens in Brooklyn at The Caribbean Film Series, June 5th at BAMcinématek The controversial buddy comedy screens alongside Shirley Bruno’s meditative short film “Tezen.” Get your tickets HERE! This edition of the Caribbean...

Review: The Magical Realism of “El Cast”

Written by Roslin Khan and Romola Lucas The short film, “El Cast,” with a writer from the Dominican Republic and a director from Trinidad & Tobago, represents one of the exciting aspects of Caribbean filmmaking...

2015 T&T Film Festival Submissions Open

It's hard to believe, but this year marks the tenth year of the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival.  In the time since its formation, the Festival has become a force to deal with in...

Caribbean Film Series – Fall 2015: Better Mus’ Come

1970’s Jamaica Explodes in “Better Mus’ Come” – Caribbean Film Series, Sept. 30th at BAMcinématek Gangs versus government drama continues partnership with the Caribbean Film Academy and BAMcinématek. Director Storm Saulter, in attendance for post-screening Q&A. https://youtu.be/8NZErwxgezI August 20,...

Caribbean Cinema Nights with the GCA and CaFA

Caribbean Cinema Nights March 4, 2016 at 8:00PM 2806 Newkirk Ave - St. Stephen's Church Extension, 2nd Fl, Brooklyn. Admission: $10 - General | $5 - Children, Students and Seniors Buy tickets here! The Caribbean Film Academy and the Guyana...
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