Look Out For It Category

The Caribbean Film Academy and Third Horizon Media, as producers of Miami’s Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival, are proud to co-present the world premiere of Kareem Mortimer’s latest film, “CARGO,” at the 2017 Miami International Film Festival. Written and directed by Kareem, “CARGO,” examines the world’s refugee crisis from a Bahamian perspective. SYNOPSIS:  When his income as a fisherman proves woefully insufficient to cover his son’s school fees, Kevin turns to human smuggling in order to raise desperately needed funds. Kevin finds that he’s good at this dangerous yet profitableRead More
HUMANIST SHORT FILMs FESTIVAL – Call for entries Montréal February 04, 2017 – The MUP is presenting the first edition of the International Humanist Festival of short and very short films, which will take place at the Bain Mathieu, April 28 to 30, 2017, in Montreal, Canada. Tehir call for entries is now open, until March 1s,t 2017, via FilmFreeway. The MUP, is a non-profit organization, whose objective is to promote the short film industry. They want to develop a creative and artistic community, open to the world, which identifiesRead More
The inaugural Hampton Roads Caribbean Film Festival, has launched its call for submissions.  The Festival, making its debut in Hampton Roads, Virginia, will be held in June, during Caribbean American Heritage Month, and is currently accepting submissions for feature films, documentaries, animated films, and shorts. Stories must be themed around a Caribbean subject (cultural, historical, etc.), characters must be Caribbean or of Caribbean descent, and films that must have been shot in locations where significant Caribbean communities reside (NYC, Miami, Boston, Washington D.C., London, Toronto, etc.). This is a global call,Read More
CALL FOR DOCUMENTARY PROPOSALS   You are writers, directors? This call is for you! The company Art & Vision Productions is looking for its next documentary project.  We are looking for documentaries which take place anywhere in the world but necessarily within the Caribbean and/or French overseas territories community.  If your project is selected, you can have up to € 3,000 (copyrights) + a contract with the production company Art & Vision Productions. Conditions: respect the editorial line of Art & Vision Productions, a company producing feminine-plural films (for more info aboutRead More
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to VOTE!!   YOU can bring this all-new Caribbean cartoon to your TV! Just click the HERE to vote for this series to get funding as your Caribbean Tales Incubator: Flow People’s Choice Award pick. Big Man Dan is an animated comedy web series, out of Trinidad and Tobago, following the hilarious antics of Dan, a man with a magnetic attraction to trouble and a talent for telling tall tales. Each episode finds Dan at the mercy of his feisty girlfriend, Sheila, who demands an explanation for Dan’sRead More
Fresh off the Press! The Africa Film Trinidad and Tobago (AFTT) in association with the University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine Film Programme will dedicate the African Classics segment of the Film Festival to African filmmaker, trade unionist, human right advocate and “father of African cinema” Ousmane Sembène from the 26th – 28th July, 2016 at the UWI Film Studio, 12 Carmody Street, St Augustine commencing 7:00p.m. Ousmane Sembène, is the first film director from an African country to achieve international recognition and remains the major figure in the riseRead More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 5TH, 2016 AWARD-WINNNG WRITER’S DEBUT FILM TAKES TRINDADIAN LEGENDS TO THE WORLD STAGE AT CANNNES WITH ‘LEGENDS REVISITED: A CREATIVE DOCUMENTARY’ This film explores the re-imagining of storytelling in a modern world and makes the statement, legends are a people’s creative history. “Legends Revisited,” makes its World Premiere at the Cannes PanAfricain Film Festival – April 16-20, 2016.  The film was shot in Trinidad and completed in December, 2015.  The Cannes PanAfricain Film Festival marks its first screening. Described as “an important work” by world-renowned folklorist, Dan Ben-Amos, “LegendsRead More
Trafficked Premieres in New York City April 4th, Port-of-Spain – TRAFFICKED, the award winning film from Trinidad and Tobago has secured its much anticipated East Coast Premiere at the New Voices in Black Cinema (NVBC) Festival on April 23rd at 2 pm at the Bam Rose Cinemas, in Brooklyn. The screening will be followed by a Q+A with members of the cast and crew present. The 6th edition of the NVBC is presented in partnership with BAMcinématek.  The NVBC is a multi-genre film festival of quality movies with the purpose of allowing audiences toRead More
We’re dusting off the cover of “SHAN,” which premiered at the 2014 Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival, and bringing it to Studio Anansi Tv for your viewing pleasure. SYNOPSIS: “SHAN,” is a portrait of a young Trinidadian dancer at the Universoul Circus, which tours the USA.  This experimental work follows Shan backstage and onstage, moving between darkness and light, as she prepares to pass under the limbo stick … reflecting on her past, present and future. Watch the Trailer: About Maya Cozier Filmmaker Trinidad & Tobago on Vimeo Maya Cozier, isRead More
The award-winning short film, “EGRESS,” by Sean M. Field, will be released on Studio Anansi.Tv, on February 16. Synopsis: Elliot Bishop, is  homeless and searching for hope in a world that doesn’t know he exists. He’s given up all he has except for distant memories of happier times. From the coffee shop, to the sidewalk, to the cemetery, the City is Elliot’s stomping ground. There is no navigation system to guide him through hunger and self-doubt, all he can do is continue to sharpen his skills and strengthen his resolve as he prepares for the challenge ofRead More