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Posted On May 30, 2015By Romola LucasIn Blog, CaFA, CaFA News, caribbean film, Filmmaker Focus

CaFA Q+A with Ryan C. Khan

In preparation for the launch of his film, “How Many Times?” we had the chance to interview Ryan C. Khan – the film’s producer and director.  Ryan is an emerging filmmaker from Trinidad & Tobago, who has several productions under his belt.  “How Many Times?” was an official selection of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner.  Check out our very candid interview with Ryan below. About Ryan: Ryan prides himself on being one of the many filmmakers who are a part of the New Caribbean Artist Movement. AccoladesRead More
  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 job. We set pretty tough requirements for the scripts – they needed to be short, include several cultural elements (locations, food, and music from the country), engaging, and formatted and structured to industry standards.  Entries came from emerging writers and filmmakers from Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, andRead More
“Tomb,” the latest offering by Trinbagonian filmmaker, Nick Attin, is being dubbed as the Caribbean’s first Sci-Fi film.  This is Nick’s third film and promises to be his most ambitious yet.  Most of the film has already been shot.  The Indiegogo campaign is to raise funds for all of the post-production work needed to complete the film. The Pitch: What would the Funds be used for? Upgrade their editing systems. License music for the film’s soundtrack. Enhance their marketing potential at film festivals.   The Story: On the 10th of September inRead More