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CaribbeanTales Film Festival’s Full Schedule is online now!FRIDAY JULY 13NFB Mediatheque150 John Street 10AM-12AMTrinidadian-Canadian Documentary-MakersScreening/Q&AOlder Stronger Wiser– C. Prieto (CAN),A unique history of Canada’s Black people through the eyes of four Black women.Journey to Justice – R. McTair (CAN),Canada’s civil rights movement and the brave Black Canadians who led the fight for equality.Journey of Lesra…

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Horace Ove and Lil X – just two of several Trinidadian icons taking part in this summer’s CaribbeanTales Film Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEToronto – June 28, 2007 A host of Trinidadian celebrities and filmmakers will be in Toronto this summer to participate in the 2nd Annual CaribbeanTales Film Festival. The celebration of Caribbean film and television will feature legendary filmmaker Horace Ove, music video guru ‘Lil X” and Gayelle the Channel’s Chris Laird – just…

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CaribbeanTales Film Festival puts the spotlight on Trinidad.

We all know Trinidad & Tobago has given us: the world’s best Soca singers, Carnival bandleaders, novellists, poets, pan players and cricketers. It’s also called “HOME” by some of the most recognised film makers working internationally today. The CaribbeanTales Annual Film Festival, Canada’s one and only forum showcasing the best of Caribbean cinema, at home…

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CaribbeanTales returns with its second annual film festival, and puts the spotlight on Trinidad & Tobago

Toronto – June 23, 2007 The CaribbeanTales Film Festival is set to hit Toronto again this summer! Created by Frances-Anne Solomon, the festival showcases the best films to emerge from the Caribbean region and this year’s focus is on the vibrant film and television productions of Trinidad & Tobago.The festival will run from July 13…

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Drum Beat

The multimedia artist Elspeth Duncan from Trinidad recently spent time here (lucky us!), and posted this about her experiences working with us on a documentary about Master drummer Muhtadi Thomas: The name Muhtadi means ‘rightly guided’. As he says, if each one of us looks back on our lives, we will see that we have…

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Miss Lou in Miami

Two clips from “Miss Lou Then & Now” that will screen on Thursday 17 May, at 6.30 pm, at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida. After the screening, writers Malachi Smith, Donna Weir-Soley, Andrea Smith, and Geoffrey Philp will perform some of the Jamaican icon’s works. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxOFHTs5zHk]Miss Lou:”Know from whence you came!”[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7WjUNa-h-A]Miss Lou: The first…

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