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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
Friday, June 3, 2016 7:00PM Made in NY Media Center 30 John St, Brooklyn Buy your tickets here! Friday, June 10, 2016 7:30PM Guyana Arts & Cultural Center 2806 Newkirk Avenue, 2nd Fl Brooklyn Buy your tickets here! This month, we are bringing you two critically-acclaimed documentary films, made by filmmakers in Trinidad & Tobago – “My Father’s Land,” by Tyler Johnston and Miquel Galofre, and “Smallman,” by Mariel Brown.  Both films will at two different venues in Brooklyn. MY FATHER’S LAND Tyler Johnston and Miquel Galofre Documentary Feature Bahamas/HaitiRead More
The crowdfunding campaign for “Unfinished Sentences,” the latest film project by Mariel Brown, was lauched this past week on Indiegogo.  Mariel, whose film credits include “Inward Hunger,” the award-winning,”Smallman,” and “The Solitary Alchemist,” is the writer, director and producer of the film. About “Unfinished Sentences:” This film is personal account of Mariel coping with the loss of her father, Wayne Brown, a well-regarded writer and poet, in 2009.  “… as an artist, I felt utterly compelled to make the film in order to make sense of a very difficult period inRead More