Wednesday, April 24, 2019

CaFA Q+A with Maya Cozier

Maya Cozier Filmmaker "SHAN" Trinidad + Tobago Watch "SHAN," now. "SHAN," the debut short by Trini filmmaker, Maya Cozier, was released earlier this week on Studio Anansi Tv.  Ahead of the release, we talked with Maya about the making...

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 to Screen in Newark

CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN FILMMAKER TO HOST FILM SCREENINGS IN NEWARK Award-winning documentaries to be shown followed by a Q&A Caribbean-American filmmaker Charysse Tia Harper, will host an afternoon of documentary film screenings at the Newark Public Library (Auditorium, 4th...

Painting the Spectrum 10: SASOD’s LGBT Film Festival

Now in it's 10th year, SASOD's LGBT Film Festival, is the only film festival we know of in the Caribbean, to showcase LGBT films.  Over the years, the Festival has showcased LGBT films from...

#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...

Caribbean Film Series at BAM: Generation Revolution

The Personal and Political Awakenings of New Black Activists Converge in ‘Generation Revolution’ – The Caribbean Film Series, February 22nd at BAMcinématek Black and brown youth in Britain fighting for racial, social, and economic justice,...

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...

CaFA Filmmaker Interviews: Nina Vilus

 This past March, we visited the beautiful island of Guadeloupe, to attend FEMI, the Guadeloupan film festival.  Not only did we get to enjoy the warm hospitality of the festival organizers, but we were...

“Ori Inu” – An Immigrant Coming of Age Story steeped in Tradition

#LookOutForIt - "Ori Inu: In Search of Self," is a coming of age tale, written by siblings, Chelsea and Emann Odufu.  The Odufus are of Guyanese heritage. Shot in Trinidad & Tobago, the film tells...

STANDING, by Kojo McPherson now available on Studio Anansi

“STANDING,” by Kojo McPherson, was released on Studio Anansi Tv today.  The film, which was initially released on Facebook, garnered about  10,000 views in two days. SYNOPSIS: When John channels his restlessness into resistance he learns...
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