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Resilience: Stories Of Single Black Mothers

Lisa Valencia-Svensson | Canada | 48 mins | 2010 | English | PG |
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

Reunion

Frances-Anne Solomon | U.K. | 25 mins | 1993 | English | PG |
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.

Room For Rent

Ginger Knight | Jamaica | 90 mins | 2012 | English | PG |
Tracy ? Ann wants to get rich by any means necessary.

Samuel Lind’s Coastal World

Sonia Fritz | Puerto Rico | 24 mins | 2006 | English | PG |
A look at the colors, music and culture that inspire the art of Samuel Lind, an Afro-Puerto Rican painter, graphic artist and sculptor

Santimanitay

Christopher Laird | Trinidad & Tobago | 23 mins | 1989 | English | PG |
Mas by Minshall.

Secondhand (Pepe)

Hanna Rose Shell & Vanessa Bertozzi | United States, Haiti, Canada | 24 mins | 2007 | English | PG |
The flow of secondhand clothing from North America to Haiti.

Share And Share Alike

Melissa A. Gomez | Antigua | 38 mins | 2008 | English | PG |
There are few bonds stronger than the collective love and values of a West Indian family.

Sistahs Concert, The

Nicole Brooks | Canada | 47 mins | 2010 | English | PG |
A group of Canada’s Black female vocalists come together on one stage

Soca In She Samba

Christopher Laird | Trinidad & Tobago | 60 mins | 1987 | English | PG |
Young King and Road March Champion, David Rudder travels to Bahia, Brazil, in search of the ?Bahia Gyal?

Solitary Alchemist

Mariel Brown | Trinidad & Tobago, U.K. | 70 mins | 2009 | English | PG | 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.

Survivor’s Project

Cabral Trotman | Canada | 45 mins | 2007 | English | PG |
The traumatic impact and implications of gun violence on young people, and young black men in particular, living in low-income, racialized neighbourhoods

Sweet Sugar Rage

Honor Ford-Smith & Harclyde Walcott | Jamaica | 45 mins | 1985 | English | PG |
A popular Jamaican women’s troupe uses improvisation and theater as consciousness-raising tools for both rural and urban audiences