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“IN BETWEEN LIFE,” Sharon Lewis’ 7th short film, was released on Studio Anansi Tv, today.  The film tells the story of Mona, the owner of a props store, who is unwittingly interrupted by two of her closest friends, as she is about to commit suicide.  The film was an official selection in the San Diego Black Film Festival (San Diego, CA), Capital City Black Film Festival (Austin, TX), Reel World Film Festival (Toronto, Canada) and the Pan-African Film Festival (Los Angeles, CA). The filmmakers, Sharon Lewis and Melanie Nicholls-King, areRead More
John Ambrose Kenwyn Rawlins was an ordinary man of modest means. He was a great father, grandfather and husband; an obedient public servant. Yet the most vivid part of his life was lived in was a small workshop beneath his house. In there, at the end of his workday, he made things. From simple push toys to elaborate 1/16th scale waterline battle ship models and dockyards, miniature furniture and dolls houses, he painstakingly constructed everything from scratch, sometimes spending upwards of a year on a single model. Smallman is anRead More
Nadia Charlery Filmmaker “ENTRE DEUX” Martinique Watch “ENTRE DEUX” now! “ENTRE DEUX,” was released last week on Studio Anansi Tv. A man is alone in a wasteland, when a phone in a booth rings … He hesitates, but finally picks up the phone. An unknown woman is talking, mistaking him for someone else …. We talked with Nadia a bit about her work, and filmmaking in the Caribbean, in general. CARIBBEAN FILM: In your own words, tell us what this film is about and why you chose to tell thisRead More