The Band Culture movie tells the story about four single girlfriends who decided to join Party Room Squad Mas band so they can participate in Miami’s hottest Caribbean event of the year “The Miami Carnival.” Dramatic, comical and fun Band Culture also features three young men who wanted a piece of the action only to […]
Childhood friends reconnect and an old flame is re-ignited. He is trying to make a name for himself in Kingston; she is content with her comfortable life in Portland. Will he convince her to give up country life and move to the city, or will she bring this country boy back home? Sometimes it’s best […]
Kiss of Death is a touching story about Nayah (Onyama Laura) who marries a man old enough to be her father. Shot in Chomba village in the North West Region of Cameroon. Kiss of Death tells the story about an intelligent, obedient, humble, beautiful and peace-loving daughter (Nayah). A bad decision from her father changes […]
A Better Place tells the story of five UNDP GEF SGP funded community- based organizations through the work that they do and explores how their experiences in diverse communities impacts their view of the world. Infused with local music, stunning visuals complement stories of hope, resilience and survival. A Better Place is a feature documentary […]
The film follows a group of everyday heroes who aim to give voice to permaculture (“the quiet revolution”) in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) Erle “the crazy runner” is a farmer, an adventure racer and barefoot ultra marathoner, and now a major advocate for Permaculture in T&T. He was raised in non-farming African and Canadian urban settings, with no […]
A south Trinidad fisherman wrestles with issues of development and a decaying community.
A Detective teams up with a rogue JDF officer to stop a sex trafficking ring in Jamaica
Green & Yellow features intimate conversations with Sketch and Yankee –two homeless people in Port of Spain, Trinidad. The film shows the homeless as a neglected part of the social environment, separated from society, and attempts to bridge that barrier.
The beauty industry hails the European standard of beauty. But one model, Gabriella Bernard, is challenging that. Gabriella Bernard,says “I live in a world that tells me that my black beauty is not enough.” Do you agree?
The annual Caribbean Carnival season culminates with one of the largest cultural spectacles in North America right here in the Magic City on Sunday from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds. Miami Carnival is a kaleidoscope of Caribbean colors and cultures. Here’s the behind the scene view you need to see…