In 1990 G. Anthony Joseph set local television screens ablaze with his movie Men of Gray, which was followed by its 1996 sequel – Men of Gray
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The Red White and Black of Diversity
Trinbagonian Actors on International Film and Television Screens There is a discussion taking place in the wider world of film and television and it speaks
Super Gran: Actors Who Triumph Over Ageism
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
Why The Concept Of “Age Range” Matters To Film And TV Actors.
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
Making Out Dem Drama Queens
Drama Queens is a feature length docu-film explores the personal and professional lives of four of Trinidad and Tobago’s most dynamic and iconic female stage performers – Cecilia Salazar, Leslie-Ann Lavine, Rhoma Spencer and Penelope Spencer.