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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 5th Festival Internacional de Cine Panamá, is taking place this year from April 7-13, in Panama City. The week long festival, one of the largest in Central America, has grown since inception, this year welcoming over 350 films and over 450 international guests, and has contributed to rise of Panamanian film. While the Festival showcases Spanish language and Panamanian films, there are also international (non-Latino) films and for the first time year, a Central-American and Caribbean film section. Caribbean Films: MURDER IN PACOT by Raoul Peck Narrative Feature | 2014 Haiti A coupleRead More
Newfound Creativity Transforms At-Risk Youth in “Art Connect” – Caribbean Film Series, March 15th at BAMcinématek Trinidad & Tobago teens use art to unlock their voices, and hearts, in inspiring documentary.  Director Miquel Galofré in attendance for post-screening Q&A. February 15, 2016/Brooklyn, NY – When learning how to survive and stay safe is not enough, a group of “at-risk” students in Laventille, the most notorious and violent neighborhood in Trinidad’s capital city Port-of-Spain, are selected for an urban art project that blossoms into a two-year process of these young peopleRead More