Previously… “The Diaspora and Region shines” featuring reviews on Brown Girl Begins, Flight, Going Down, and Kinto EXCERPT: This year’s festival also showed the customary trend
As a member of the swiftly growing sub-genre of entertainment appreciators, described on social media as “local culture hipsters”, the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival
“The days of the starving artist must be over,” declared Founder and festival Director Bruce Paddington at last Tuesday’s opening of the Trinidad and Tobago
The National Drama Association of Trinidad and Tobago (NDATT) has secured a generous discount for its members to participate in the upcoming Trinbago Actors Career
California-based, Trini-raised actor, Noel Arthur is scheduled to return to Trinidad next month and will host an informative and engaging workshop on Saturday September 22 for
‘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.
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