Thursday, April 9, 2020

#CrowdFundThis – Moving Parts

MEDIA RELEASE MOVING PARTS, A FILM ON HUMAN SMUGGLING IN THE CARIBBEAN LAUNCHES CROWD FUNDING CAMPAIGN February 16, Port-of-Spain – MOVING PARTS, a film by Trinidad-based, American director, Emilie Upczak launched its crowd funding campaign today. “Moving...

Caribbean Film Project: 2015 Winners Announced

  We are excited to announce the winners our 2015 screenwriting competition, as part of the Caribbean Film Project.. We would like to thank everyone who entered - you gave our judges an enjoyable and challenging...

Indiegogo Project: Dimebag

http://vimeo.com/115078529 The Story: Tyler is a 15 year old boy who lives in a sheltered Trinidadian home. He looks up to Darryl, the leader of a group of small time hustlers. Tyler is out of his...

Metanoia Event Pics

We attended the art exhibition, Metanoia: Practices of Exhaustion, hosted by ARC Magazine, featuring the work of performance and new media Caribbean artists.  Not only did we enjoy great art, but Justen, who is...

The Importance of your “Local” Resume

Written by Paul Pryce So, you want to be an actor.  You want to explore the meaning of life, express ideas and philosophies.  Damn it!  You want to create something freaking awesome!  Your mind is made...

PAN! Our Music Odyssey @ Creatively Speaking

This weekend, Oct 9-11, the Creatively Speaking Film Series, now in its 20th year, takes over Harlem.  With its theme as - Discovery Weekend: Uncovering Truths, Finding Ourselves - a number of films will...

Caribbean Films at Reel Sisters Film Festival 2015

The Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and Lecture Series, kicks off this Saturday, Oct 3, with a series of screenings at Raw Space, in Harlem.  The Festival continues on Oct 24 and...

CaFA Q+A with Sharon Lewis

This June, Sharon Lewis' film, “IN BETWEEN LIFE,” was released on Studio Anansi Tv.  In the film, Lewis explores the relationship between 3 friends, one of whom is unwittingly interrupted by the other two,...

Onysha D. Collins “Dream to Screen” Finalist needs your Vote

Onysha Collins, a London-based Filmmaker and Spoken Word Artist, with parents from Carriacou and Dominica, is one of 5 finalists of this year's "Dream to Screen" competiton, a national filmmaking competition. What should you do?...

CaFA Q+A with Russell Watson

Russell Watson Filmmaker Barbados Studio Anansi Profile Watch "A Hand Full of Dirt" “A HAND FULL OF DIRT,” a feature length film by Barbadian filmmaker, Russell Watson, was recently launched on Studio Anansi Tv, today. The film premiered at the Caribbean Tales Film...
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