DIRECTED BY:JEREMY STEFFAN EDWARDS |
Short Documentary | 12 min | 2016 | Trinidad & Tobago | English LOGLINE: The harsh realities and inspiring testimonies from local and international families and individuals dealing with issues faced by the LGBTQ community.
DIRECTED BY:Mandisa Pantin |
Short Documentary | 38 mins | 2010 | Trinidad & Tobago | English LOGLINE: Interviews with African-Caribbean people and scholars define and explain some of the complexities of race in Caribbean society.
DIRECTED BY:Christopher Laird |
Short Documentary | 46 mins | 1994 | Trinidad & Tobago | English LOGLINE: Centred around the First Conference of Caribbean Women Writers held in Wellesley College, Boston
DIRECTED BY:Gustavo Paredes |
Documentary | 59 mins | 1985 | U.S.A | English LOGLINE: This film is an odyssey through the eyes, words and music of individuals who pioneered Afro-Cuban music in the United States
DIRECTED BY:CHARYSSE HARPER |
Short Documentary | 43 min | 2015 | Trinidad & Tobago, USA and UK | English LOGLINE: Part 1 of 2-part documentary about the history of the steelpan and its global influence.
DIRECTED BY:Christopher Laird |
Documentary | 35 mins | 2015 | Trinidad & Tobago | English LOGLINE: Peter Minshall, the internationally famous Carnival designer, reminisces on the designing of his first major band, Paradise Lost.
DIRECTED BY:Lisa Valencia-Svensson |
Documentary | 48 mins | 2010 | Canada | English LOGLINE: Resilience is an intimate, richly detailed documentary that confronts long-held stereotypes by stepping inside the lives of three real women in the real world
DIRECTED BY:Frances-Anne Solomon |
Documentary | 25 mins | 1993 | U.K. | English LOGLINE: In 1943, 300 middle-class “colored” women from across the West Indies were recruited to the ATS during WW2. A “minority” film with real mainstream appeal.
DIRECTED BY:Sonia Fritz |
Documentary | 24 mins | 2006 | Puerto Rico | English LOGLINE: A look at the colors, music and culture that inspire the art of Samuel Lind, an Afro-Puerto Rican painter, graphic artist and sculptor
DIRECTED BY:Cabral Trotman |
Documentary | 45 mins | 2007 | Canada | English LOGLINE: The traumatic impact and implications of gun violence on young people, and young black men in particular, living in low-income, racialized neighbourhoods
DIRECTED BY:Honor Ford-Smith & Harclyde Walcott |
Documentary | 45 mins | 1985 | Jamaica | English LOGLINE: A popular Jamaican women's troupe uses improvisation and theater as consciousness-raising tools for both rural and urban audiences
DIRECTED BY:Dan Smeby |
Documentary | 2 mins | 2015 | Canada | English LOGLINE: The voyeuristic approach to the piece is meant to describe the allure of Caribbean culture, even as far north as Toronto, Canada.
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Up to 30 mins: $150 USD
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Over 60 mins: $300 USD
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Purchase effectively means lease for the life of the videotape, videodisc or film print and includes in-house public performance rights for non-paying audiences only.
Pricing is as follows:
Up to 30 mins: $85 USD
Up to 60 mins: $100 USD
Over 60 mins: $150 USD
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*Certain titles are excluded from this discount. *Please enquire regarding fundraisers or any open and advertised one-off events where entrance fees are charged. Not-for-profit rates do not apply in these instances.* We cannot offer this discount to any university-affiliated programs.