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Losing Patience - The Show We've Been Waiting For

Losing Patience - The Show We've Been Waiting For

The new webseries Losing Patience explores the bringle-inducing encounters of Renee Patience. To be bringle is to be irate, impatient, or even angry (sometimes with a small dose of (h)ignorance - ie the loss of all rational thought).

Caribbean Literary Icons Celebrated in Film for Word Lit Fest 2017

Derek Walcott, Jean Rhys and E. R. Brathwaite films for Word Fest 2017

With June, celebrated as Caribbean American Month in the United States, fast approaching, the Caribbean Cultural Theatre has announced its line up for Wordfest 2017.

Calabash Lit Fest Teams Up With ScreenCraft for Hollywood Writing Workshop in Jamaica

Calabash Lit Fest teams up with ScreenCraft for Hollywood writing workshop in Ja

The black sands of Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth on Jamaica’s southern shore, seem about as far away from Hollywood as one can get, at least mentally. But the idyllic, laid back fishing village, peppered with quaint guest houses is perfect for writing.

Propella Films Take Flight: Five New Jamaican Films Screened

Shantol Jackson in Michelle Serieux Sugar, written by Sharon Leach

If nothing else, and there were many something elses, the Jamaican screening of the five films in the JaFTA Propella project speak to the diverse possibilities and massive potential resting in the Jamaican film industry, which over 40 years after our the first

Jamaican Film Industry Poised for Growth Says Veteran Producer Natalie Thompson

l-r Filmmakes St. Juste, Saulter, Thompson, & Randall and moderator Cresser

The Jamaican film industry has been trying to come to maturity but according to filmmaker Natalie Thompson, the time for reaping a robust film industry has finally arrived.

Jamaican Writer Dominique Holmes Makes Final Cut at Austin Film Festival

Jamaican Writer Makes the Final Cut at 2016 Austin Film Festival

Many travellers have learned that the seemingly quiet and inviting green of the Rio Grande as it passes through the Bog Walk Gorge belies the dangerous turbulence beneath.

Filmmakers from Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique and Trinidad and Jamaica make the cut for CTI 2016

Ten filmmakers Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad & Diaspora for CTI 2016

Ten budding filmmakers from Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad and Tobago and the Diaspora have been named as participants in the 2016 Caribbean Tales Incubator project (CTI).

Into the Rift- Cristo Rey a Haitian-Dominican Retelling of Romeo and Juliet to be Screened in Haiti in Brooklyn Series

Cristo Rey presents and Haitian-Dominican spin on Romeo and Juliet

Though (and maybe because) they share an island, the history between Haiti and the Dominican Republic is fraught with tension and stories of blood.

Tony Paleface Hendriks Returns to Jamaican Television With 'See It Deh'

Tony 'Paleface' Hendriks and Kathy Grant in the sketch 'Dental Slavery'

Actor, writer and stand-up comedian Tony ‘Paleface’ Hendriks is preparing for a new round of the video light, with the arrival of his television comedy series See It Deh. The show premieres tonight, Sunday, April 3, 2016, on TVJ at 9pm.

Pilot Project Between Flow and CaribbeanTales Gets Greenlit

Caribbean Tales Film Incubator Greenlights Pilot Project With Flow

Content from the CaribbeanTales Incubator project will be making its way to regional set-top boxes as it enters a five-year partnership with Flow (Cable and Wireless Communications).

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