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Wife and sister of late actor Sullivan Walker, father of G Anthony Joseph, colleague of Horace Wilson, Fred Thornhill, Bruce Paddington, Timothy Mora, Michael Cherrie, Carla Foderingham, Christopher Laird, Robert Yao Ramesar, Camille Selvon Abrahams, Barry McComie, Danielle Dieffenthaller, Tony Hall and Jean Michel Gibert.
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bpTT and ttff celebrate local talent at Pioneers in Film 2013 awards

Posted September 17, 2013 by Archive

It is absolutely paramount that we begin to show content focusing on and produced by the people of Trinidad and Tobago through our local television stations as well as other media accessible to the public. This was the key message that recipients of the bpTT-ttff Pioneers in Film 2013 awards expressed at their celebratory luncheon […]

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Symposium on Caribbean cinema to be held at ttff/15

Posted August 26, 2015 by Archive

A group of regional and international scholars will converge in Port of Spain this September, to examine some of the core issues driving and impacting contemporary Caribbean cinema. Organised by the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) in association with the Film Programme of the University of the West Indies, St Augustine campus, the Caribbean Cinema Now […]

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Film festival dishes up Dal Puri Diaspora for We Beat festival

Posted May 29, 2014 by Archive

As a boy growing up in Trinidad and Tobago, Richard Fung loved dhalpuri roti. As a filmmaker now living in Toronto, he decided to discover the origins of this justly celebrated dish. Richard’s journey took him first from Canada to his native land. He then headed to the Bhojpur region of India, where the ancestors […]

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The trinidad+tobago film festival 09 is here!

Posted July 27, 2009 by Archive

Welcome to the trinidad+tobago film festival 09. We are honoured to have the opportunity to present some of the best films produced by Caribbean filmmakers as well as films made about the Caribbean in the Caribbean spirit. Our definition of the Caribbean is as eclectic as ever, including all countries that touch the Caribbean Sea, […]

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Filmmaker in Focus: Ian Harnarine

Posted February 6, 2014 by Archive

At just under sixteen minutes long, Doubles with Slight Pepper is arguably the most critically acclaimed film to come out of Trinidad and Tobago. Written and directed by Ian Harnarine—who was born and raised in Canada to parents from T&T—the film tells the story of Dhani (Sanjiv Boodhu), a young doubles vendor who lives with […]

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RBC Focus Filmmakers’ Immersion 2012

Posted May 31, 2012 by Archive

RBC Focus: Filmmakers’ Immersion Presented by the ttff + RBC Royal Bank 25 – 28 September 2012 Ten Caribbean filmmakers—spanning the region from The Bahamas in the north all the way down to French Guiana—will come together in Port of Spain during the upcoming trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) to be part of a unique training […]

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Film festival and bpTT to award $20,000 to best local film in development

Posted August 2, 2013 by Archive

Are you a Trinidad and Tobago filmmaker in pre-production on a feature-length film? The trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) is interested in your project! The Festival is announcing an open call for submissions for its annual Film in Development Award, sponsored by bpTT. The award, which is for a narrative or documentary feature film in pre-production, […]

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