Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Caribbean Film Series: See You Yesterday

Time Travel and Social Justice Converge in “See You Yesterday” at The Caribbean Film Series, June 4th at BAM Guyanese-American filmmaker Stefon Bristol’s feature film debut, produced by Spike...

“Ring di Alarm!” to Premiere at Carib Cinema – Kingston, JA

ONE NIGHT ONLY! RING DI ALARM! PREMIERES AT CARIB CINEMA AUGUST 13, 2014 After a long and successful film festival circuit, the New Caribbean Cinema film finally makes its debut in Jamaica with a one...

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...

2014 Bermuda International Film Festival

Now in it's 17th year, this year's Festival was held Mar 21-27.  Besides showing films, the Festival included several other events: Dinner and Movie, Live talks with filmmakers and After Dark - an opportunity...

Eljon Wardally: Docket 32357 and Bishop

Eljon Wardally, a playwright and web series author hailing from the Spice Isles, is busy at work bringing her two latest projects to the people.  Already a popular blogger on surviving strokes, "IMakeTheStrokeUnitSexy.com," Eljon,...

2015 Jamaica Film Festival

This year, the Jamaica Film Festival, makes its entrance into the world of Caribbean film festivals.  The Festival is running from July 7-11 and is being dubbed as the place where "art meets business."...

#CaFAQ+A with Filmmaker Maharaki

Maharaki Filmmaker Martinique Website | Facebook This week, Maharaki's film, "Vivre!," was launched on Studio Anansi. The award-winning short has been invited to over 20 film festivals and has won 8 awards.  It has been screened all over the...

DC Caribbean Film Festival 2015

Now in its 10th year, the DC Caribbean Film Festival will be held at AFI Silver Sping, June 12-14.  This year's Festival once again features some of the best films coming out of the Caribbean in...

The Black Moses to premiere at MIST Harlem Oct 10

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVCwInBvxVk About the Film: The Black Moses, a film by Bahamian filmmaker, Travolta Cooper, starring Dennis Haysbert, and described as being somewhere between a documentary and narrative, uses the mythological figure as a means by which...

#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...
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