Canada/Trinidad & Tobago
Ian Harnarine was born in Toronto and studied physics at York University and the University of Illinois. He has an MFA from NYU’s Film School where he now teaches along with the Physics Department. His short film Doubles With Slight Pepper, won the Best Short Film Award at Toronto International Film Festival and the Canadian Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film.
Ian is co-writing Time Traveler with Spike Lee, an adaptation of David Chariandy’s novel Soucouyantand a feature adaptation of Doubles With Slight Pepper. Recently, Ian was selected by Filmmaker Magazine as one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film and profiled in the New York Times.
Doubles with Slight Pepper (2012)
Interview of Ian