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Sprinter Races to Triple Victory at American Black Film Festival

Sprinter directed by Storm Saulter snagged triple victory at ABFF 2018

Sprinter the sophomore film from director Storm Saulter (Better Mus Come) raced to victory at the American Black Film Festival which took place in Miami last weekend.

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.

Better Mus Come: Storm Saulter Calls For a Caribbean Film Aesthetic

Storm Saulter current filmmaker in residence at the UWI, Mona

Director Storm Saulter (Better Mus Come), the 2015 Filmmaker in Residence at the University of the West Indies, Mona is calling for the creation of a Caribbean film aesthetic and the strengthening of the writing undergirding Caribbean films, in order to create a more buoyant industry.

Storm Saulter - Filmmaker in Residence at UWI, Mona

Storm Saulter is filmmaker in residence at UWI, 2015

Filmmaker Storm Saulter is the 2015 Writer/Filmmaker in Residence at The Department in 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.

Canopy Guild at NLS

Canopy Guild at NLS

Canopy Guild, the collaborative output of seven artists in different fields of the visual landscape opened at the New Local Space (NLS). The brain child of Trinidadian artist Rodell Warner, the 2014 summer artist-in-Residence at NLS, Canopy Guild is certainly ambitious in scope.

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.

Jamaica's Biennial 2012 Closes With Insightful Artist Talks

Storm Saulter (right) discusses his short film 'Tied'. O'Neil Lawrence looks on

As the 2012 Jamaica National Biennial prepared to close, the National Gallery of Jamaica invited Hope Brooks, Jasmine Thomas-Girvan, Duane Allen and Storm Saulter, four of the artists whose works are featured in the exhibition, to participate in an extended tour and artist talks.

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.

New Caribbean Cinema Gets Ready to 'Ring Di Alarm' With New Film

Nile Saulter's Coast from Ring Di Alarm

A new Caribbean film is trying to blaze its own path in London, following in the wake of the trail blazed by Jamaican and other Caribbean athletes at the recently ended 30th Olympiad.

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