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Kingston Book Festival Gets Cinematic

Parish Bull directed by Michael Tingling

The Kingston Book Festival has added a night celebrating film to its 2013 line-up of events.

Zero Dark Thirty Hits With Precision But Not With Heart

zero dark thirty

Zero Dark 30 chronicles the 10 year man hunt for Osama Bin Laden, and running at almost 3 hours, it seemed insistent that it should take all ten years to tell the story, but maybe that is as it was intended, so that at the end of the film, you join the characters in wondering if

Better Mus Come Snags US Distribution

Sheldon Shepherd as Ricky in Better Mus Come

Storm Saulter’s Better Mus Come has been slowly and steadily making in-roads into the international film circuit, winning itself fans one festival at a time.

Reel Rock Animation Lands Deal With France's Red Frog

Reel Rock GSW Animation Studios

Just a year shy of its first anniversary, Reel Rock GSW Animation is stepping outside of the small pond and into the international seas by landing a deal with French Animation Studio, Red Frog Studios, a leading producer of content for broadcast television, online webisodes and apps for tablets

The Hobbit: An Enjoyable Traipse Through Tolkien-land

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

When Peter Jackson got a hold of The Hobbit, like an angry troll (as though there is any other kind) he decided to stretch it and stretch it, moving it from one rollicking little book, to three full length feature films.

Magnum Kings and Queens of the Dancehall - Season Six

Miss Kitty and Professor Nuts return as judges for Kings and Queens season 6

Those wishing to be crowned as the next representative of Dancehall royalty (at lease in TV land) are being urged to dust off their lyricism as the reality TV series Magnum Kings and Queens of the Dancehall returns for its sixth season.

The Business of Music: New Behind the Music Tv Series Launched

Seretse Small, Executive Producer and host of The Business of Music

After a short delay inspired by Hurricane Sandy, musician, educator and businessman Seretse Small launched his new television show, The Business of Music at the studio of the Public Broadcasting Corporation Jamaica on Monday evening.

Toussaint L’Ouverture Rises to Cop Top Prizes at Trinidad and Tobago Film Fest 2012

Jimmy Jean-Louis as the titular character in Toussaint L'Ouverture

Port of Spain, Trinidad: The historical epic Toussaint L’Ouverture, directed by Philippe Niang snagged two of the top awards at the recently concluded Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (TTFF) 2012.  The film earned the People’s Choice award for Bes

Jamaican Film Industry Gets Animated

Joel Kuwahara, Co-founder and Executive Producer of Bento Box

Kingston: For over a decade, especially since the arrival of the capacity for fully digital animation, Jamaica has been flirting with the animation industry. The flirtation seems to be ramping up to a full-blown love affair with the arrival of the island’s first animation studio Reel Rock GSW.

Action!: Trinidad & Tobago Film Fest Gets Ready to Roll with 120 Films

Marley, Directed by Kevin McDonald

Port-of-Spain: The Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (TTFF) 2012 is gearing up to offer up a surfeit of films catering to the tastes of film buffs, industry hopefuls and professionals as well as casual attendees who just who just want to catch a good film.

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