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Bottom in de Road

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Set in rural and urban Trinidad, from Port-of-Spain to Princes Town, on beaches and boats, on streets and in markets, Bottom in De Road is truly a Caribbean film because it explodes with Caribbean scenery and in highlighting Carnival it is situated firmly within Trinidad’s ‘wining culture’, making use of Caribbean rhythms, scenery, language and people. This documentary film is based firmly on the Afro-Caribbean man’s cultural fascination with the female bottom – a...

The Madonna Murti

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Where else in the world is black beautiful, baffling and brings together East and West? In South Trinidad at the Siparia Roman Catholic Church in that “city of sand”, a black female statue venerated by Catholics as the Virgin Mary and worshipped by Hindus as a black Hindu Goddess does just that! To Catholics who follow her in street processions, the statue is known as “La Divina Pastora”, the Divine Shepherdess - to Hindus who charawe her by touching her arms and feet, sh...

Shouters and the "Control Freak" Empire - A Century Beyond Prohibition

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Shouters and the ‘control freak’ Empire questions power and social control through exposing the central conflict between Euro-centric and Afro-centric religions. Through the emergence and Prohibition of the Shouter Baptist religion in Trinidad & Tobago, this 28-minute documentary reveals how power, disguised as Prohibition laws instituted by the colonial government, attempted to legislate against a belief system. Yet despite prosecution, the letter of the law could not legislate ...

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