The call for submissions for the 2012 edition of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff), which takes place from 19 September to 02 October, is now open.
Presented by Flow, the ttff seeks to highlight excellence in filmmaking through the exhibition of films made in the Caribbean region, including Latin American countries in the Caribbean Basin; by Caribbean people of the diaspora; and by international filmmakers that reflect Caribbean culture and way of life both in the region...
The story of a Haitian man looking
for spiritual peace has taken the main prize at the trinidad+tobago film
festival 2011 (ttff/11), presented by Flow.
The Festival, in its sixth annual edition, ran from 21 September to
04 October. The awards were presented at a ceremony on Sunday 02
Jean Gentil, directed by Israel Cárdenas of Mexico and Laura
Guzmán of the Dominican Republic, took the jury prize for the overall
best narrative feature film.
A documentary about t...
an animated tale of star-crossed lovers set to a Cuban beat, will be the
opening night feature film of the trinidad+tobago film festival/11, presented
The film will screen at the ttff/11
opening night gala, which takes place on 21 September in Port of Spain. The
Festival runs until 04 October.
Directed by the award-winning Spanish
filmmakers Fernando Trueba and Javier Mariscal, and with a score by renowned
Cuban musician Bebo Vald...
The line-up has been announced for
the trinidad+tobago film festival 2011 (ttff/11), with more films screening
than ever before in the festival's history.
The ttff, sponsored by Flow, is a
celebration of the best films from the Caribbean, the Caribbean Diaspora and
Latin American countries in the Caribbean Basin. This year will see nearly 100
feature-length and short films being screened at the festival, which takes
place from September 21 to October 04.
Among the many...
Presented by Flow, the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) seeks to
highlight excellence in filmmaking through the exhibition of films made
in the Caribbean region including Latin American countries in the
Caribbean Basin, by Caribbean people of the Diaspora, and by
international filmmakers that reflect Caribbean culture and way of life
both in the Caribbean and the Diaspora.
The Festival screens films in 35mm, NTSC Digi-Beta and NTSC MiniDV
formats. Entries of various length...
The line-up of films for the fifth annual trinidad+tobago film festival, which takes place from September 22 to October 5, has been confirmed. As ever, the festival will be showcasing the best in Caribbean and Caribbean Diaspora films, as well as films from Latin America countries in the Caribbean basin. The festival screens feature-length narrative and documentary films, and also short films.
One of the most anticipated films in this year's line-up is Moloch Tropical, the ...
Films from Africa will feature prominently at the fifth annual trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff/10), set to take place from September 22 to October 5.
Founded in 2006, the ttff, with the generous support of our presenting sponsor FLOW, has grown over the past few years to become the leading film festival in the English Caribbean. This year is expected to be another groundbreaking one, with established and new elements to the festival's programme. This is in addition to the dozens of Ca...