This is a fantastic collection of beautiful short fiction films from St. Vincent, Jamaica, Martinique & Trinidad & Tobago, each one expressing an important truth about their little corner of the world.
Followed by post-screening Q&A with filmmakers.
Here is what’s showing:
A musical short film telling the story of Grégory Beauville a 40-year-old goyave (guava) béké who is seeking his place in society while living in a tense relationship with his father. Read more
Winston arrived in London from Jamaica back when the streets were paved with promise. A lifetime later, he’s become the smiling face around the neighborhood that everyone knows—the friendly local jerk chicken shop owner.
A young widower lives in self-imposed exile deep in the country, haunted by a tragic secret. An unexpected visitor from his past makes him confront his shattered life.
A teenage girl finds that becoming a glamorous soca-music dancer is a lot harder than she first reckoned.
Their True Story
With their relationship on edge a young couple must thread carefully before they send their relationship down the wrong path, wielding unspeakable consequences.