FOREWORD: In Pauline Mark’s last Op-Ed; ‘Why The Concept of Age Range Matters to Film and TV Actors,” she examined how one’s true age (particularly
Age is more than a number; particularly in the world of film and television, where it can be a crucial deciding factor in casting an
‘Moko Jumbie’ dabbles in powerful spiritual themes, boldly confronts class and ethnic stereotypes and seduces with beautiful visuals of Trinidad. The film reaches ambitiously toward fusing our folkloric heritage into a relatable, supernatural love story, which is admirable. The performances are solid and the trip is eventful and fun to watch. However, the film seems to get lost along the way, hampered by too many plot holes and an unfocused approach to tone and intent. One might also consider the title of this film as mysterious as its ending.
Even before Green Days by the River is released on the big screen, the film has already scored big. Two weeks ago, the Trinidad and
Filmmaker Byron Camacho’s upcoming workshop on writing and directing short films is aimed toward adults who want to study the fundamentals of screenwriting and directing
Most people in music and sound engineering in T&T think the only avenue they have is stage and radio, but I have been able to
Have you ever waited forever to meet the love of your life and instead you meet … trouble? For a man like Pearce Ryker, when