You are here

Caribbean Film

Grace Jones Biography Bloodlight and Bami Launches Voice of a Woman Festival

Grace Jones biography Bloodlight and Bami to launch Voice of a Woman Festival

Grace Jones defines the physical manifestation of fierce. So it seems fitting that the Voice of a Woman Festival is launching on her impressively strong shoulders.

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.

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).

Crossing Borders in Film: TVE Caribbean Launches

Olivia McGilchrist's River Mumma part of TVE Caribbean

Its name doesn’t tell you much, sounding more like an economist’s dream, that a visual art collaboration, but the Transoceanic Visual Exchange (TVE) promises to be an exciting cross-border experience of film art.

TTFF to Screen 10 Classic Caribbean Films - Includes Harder They Come, Man on the Shore and Sugar Cane Alley

Euzhan Palcy's Sugar Cane Alley among10 classic Caribbean films at  TTFF15

Ten classic Caribbean films, with at least partial roots in as many countries and across the four main language groups in the region, will add to the diverse array of films being screened at the 2015 Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.

Five Lessons I Learned While Teaching at UWI - Storm Saulter

Storm Saulter

Filmmaker Storm Saulter, the vision behind Better Mus Come and co-founder of New Caribbean Cinema is in the final round of his tenure as Filmmaker in Residence at the University of the West Indies, Mona.

Earl Lovelace Film to Premiere at UWI, Mona

Earl Lovelace

The film Earl Lovelace: A Writer in His Place will be having its Jamaican premiere courtesy of The Department of Literatures in English, University of the West Indies, Mona.

Ring Di Alarm: Diverse and Engaging

Ring Di Alarm

Tenor Saw’s 'Ring Di Alarm' was a game changer for Dancehall and Reggae music, heralding in the rise of digitally produced tunes.

Lights, Camera, Peace: films4peace 2013 Screening at NLS Kingston

films4peace screening at NLS Kingston

"It's important to understand that peace has been explored in a very abstract way," Deborah Azinger, founder of New Local Space (NLS) (Kingston) said during her opening remarks of the screening of films4peace 2013.

Pages