Film and Television

Film and Television, People, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago

Mishael Morgan: “I was designed for that moment because of where I came from” | Own Words

Trinidad-born Mishael Morgan on making Daytime Emmy history; living with purpose; and the power of storytelling — as told to Caroline Taylor

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Homepage Slider, Film and Television, People, Caribbean Diaspora

Streaming the Caribbean | Plugin

Caribbean diaspora films and series often struggle to reach audiences further afield. A range of online streaming platforms seek to bridge the gap, writes Mark Lyndersay

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Embark, Film and Television, Festivals and Events

A space for short films | Screen buzz

The Soleil Short Film Saturday series and Third Horizon Film Festival partner up to bring you some of the best shorts from the Caribbean diaspora

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Arrive, Homepage Slider, Film and Television, People

YouTubers of the Caribbean | Take 5

Caribbean content creators have been producing a range of video material on YouTube and other platforms, attracting hundreds of thousands of viewers from around the world. Laura Dowrich recommends five of her favourites

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Arrive, Film and Television, People, French Guiana

Audrey & Maxime Jean-Baptiste: when images speak | Backstory

For sibling filmmakers Audrey and Maxime Jean-Baptiste, their family history in French Guiana and historic image archives were equally important sources for their latest film project. Jonathan Ali learns more

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Engage, Film and Television

Lights, camera . . . | Did you even know

Are you the Caribbean’s biggest movie buff? Let our trivia column put you to the test

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Immerse, Film and Television, Cuba

Ana de Armas — chasing the dream | Snapshot

Cuban actress Ana de Armas may seem like an overnight success, but behind her rise to stardom are fifteen years of hard work, starting at Havana’s famous theatre school. Caroline Taylor says her biggest successes are still to come

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Immerse, Film and Television, Trinidad and Tobago

Tony Hall (1948–2020) and Dennis “Sprangalang” Hall (1949–2020) | Icon

Attillah Springer explains the roles of T&T’s irreplaceable theatrical brothers in the ongoing struggle for cultural self-determination

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