DIRECTED BY:Tamara Tam-Cruikshank |
Documentary | 103 mins | 2012 | Trinidad & Tobago | English LOGLINE: “I always have my ears on the ground-level… just take it from you and bring it back to you” - Black Stalin
DIRECTED BY:Rachele Magliore & Chantal Regnault |
Documentary | 52 mins | 2012 | Haiti, France | English LOGLINE: A series of portraits that give voice to sentenced offenders who on release from prison are deported to their home country, Haiti.
DIRECTED BY:Anne Lescot and Laurence Magloire |
Documentary | 52 min. | 2002 | Haiti | Subtitles in English, French and Spanish LOGLINE: A very sensitive topic about those with the will to live and to be who they are – regardless of the obstacles they meet.
DIRECTED BY:Christopher Laird |
Documentary | 60 mins | 1987 | Trinidad & Tobago | English LOGLINE: Young King and Road March Champion, David Rudder travels to Bahia, Brazil, in search of the “Bahia Gyal”
DIRECTED BY:Mariel Brown |
Documentary | 70 mins | 2009 | Trinidad & Tobago, U.K. | English LOGLINE: What happens when talent isn’t enough? When, in spite of a life of work, you look around in the autumn of your life and discover that your world is not what you thought it would be.
DIRECTED BY:Oyetayo Raymond & Ojoade Sharon Syriac |
Documentary | 54 min | 2013 | Trinidad & Tobago | English LOGLINE: A documentary showcasing The Madonna Murti located in South Trinidad at the Siparia Roman Catholic Church, a black female statue venerated by Catholics as the Virgin Mary and worshipped by Hindus as a black Hindu Goddess
DIRECTED BY:Elsie Haas |
Documentary | 52 mins | 1989 | Haiti | English LOGLINE: Despite its exploitation, romanticization and vilification, Voodoo remains an authentic and stabilizing cultural base of everyday Haitian society.
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