Monday, August 26, 2019


The Caribbean Film Series, presents feature films made by Caribbean filmmakers, which highlight the richness, uniqueness, and viability of Caribbean cinema to Brooklyn, home to the largest population of Caribbean nationals in the United States, and to all New York City residents and visitors.  Through the series, the Caribbean Film Academy and the Brooklyn Cinema Collective, in partnership with BAMcinématek, bring films by the best emerging talent from the Caribbean, showcasing Caribbean stories and cultures.


Caribbean Film Series: See You Yesterday

Time Travel and Social Justice Converge in “See You Yesterday” at The Caribbean Film Series, June 4th at BAM Guyanese-American filmmaker Stefon Bristol’s feature film debut, produced by Spike...

Caribbean Film Series at BAM: RUDE

Groundbreaking Caribbean Film “RUDE” Returns to the NYC Screen for The Caribbean Film Series, Nov. 7th at BAMcinématek  Special digitally restored screening of Jamaican-Canadian filmmaker Clement Virgo’s 1995 redemption drama.  “Passionately acted, with especially gripping performances,”...

Caribbean Film Series at BAM: KAFOU

Haitian Crime Comedy “Kafou” Screens in Brooklyn at The Caribbean Film Series, June 5th at BAMcinématek The controversial buddy comedy screens alongside Shirley Bruno’s meditative short film “Tezen.” Get your tickets HERE! This edition of the Caribbean...

Caribbean Film Series at BAM: BAD LUCKY GOAT

Coming-of-Age Festival Hit “Bad Lucky Goat” Rides Into Its Brooklyn premiere at The Caribbean Film Series, April 10th at BAMcinématek The exotic, rarely seen Colombian Caribbean islands play backdrop to a sibling rivalry that produces...

Caribbean Film Series at BAM: Brown Girl Begins

#BlackGirlMagic Blooms in Afro-Futurist ‘BROWN GIRL BEGINS,’ Inspired by Hit Novel “Brown Girl in the Ring,” at The Caribbean Film Series, Feb. 13th at BAMcinématek  Director Sharon Lewis’ film, borrows from the novel’s future-based...


14aug6:30 pm8:05 pm"Cargo" at UA Court St Theater, Bklyn