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Archive for October, 2015
 

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Festival round-up: the bpTT Youth Jury and Prize

Posted October 7, 2015 by Hello

Five young people got the chance of lifetime when they sat on the bpTT youth jury at the 2015 trinidad + tobago film festival (ttff/15), which ran from September 15–29. The initiative was conceived in 2014, as a way of stimulating interest in and a critical appreciation for independent film among Trinidad and Tobago’s youth. […]

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Caribbean films to screen at International Short Film Festival Mauritius

Posted October 6, 2015 by Hello

A package of five short Caribbean films—all previous selections of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff)—will screen at île Courts, the International Short Film Festival of Mauritius (ISFFM), which takes place from 6–10 October. The screenings of these short films form part of an exchange between the ttff and ISFFM. A package of short films from […]

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Film in focus: Vanishing Sail

Posted October 2, 2015 by Hello

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD The documentary Vanishing Sail, directed by Alexis Andrews, won the People’s Choice Award for Best Feature Documentary at the ttff/15. Our blogger, Aurora Herrera, attended the screening of the film on Saturday 26 September, where Andrews was present. “Life is too short for instant coffee and Rice Krispies.” – John Smith This […]

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Films in focus: Quedate and Margarita, with a Straw

Posted October 1, 2015 by Hello

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD The short fiction film Quedate, directed by US-Puerto Rican filmmaker Bradley Bixler, and the fiction feature Margarita, with a Straw, directed by Indian filmmaker Shonali Bose, screened at the ttff/15 on Friday 25 September. Our blogger, Aurora Herrera, attended the screenings, where Bixler and Bose were present. Guillermo works for a human […]

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