Culture, Film and Television, History, Lifestyle
By Susan Ward ●
Issue 12 (Winter 1994)
Before the Second World War, Hollywood couldn’t afford real locations for pictures with exotic settings – if it had the budget, it...
Culture, Film and Television, Lifestyle
By Pat Ganase ●
Issue 22 (November/December 1996)
“Ram-bo! Ram-bo!” the fella in front chanted, punching the air with his fist every time Sylvester Stallone did something worth...
Culture, Film and Television, Business
By Annabelle Alcazar ●
Issue 30 (March/April 1998)
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Jamaican film The Harder They Come. Starring reggae singer Jimmy Cliff, written by Trevor Rhone...
Culture, Film and Television, Arts, Trinidad and Tobago
By Bruce Paddington ●
Issue 36 (March/April 1999)
When she directed Peggy Su in 1996, Frances-Anne Solomon became one of the few Trinidadians to have directed or produced a feature film....
Culture, Film and Television, People, United Kingdom
By Annie Paul ●
Issue 37 (May/June 1999)
We got the flava, we got the style Original Rude Girls, fresh all the while! The rousing rhythms and lyrics of this sizzling new film from...
Culture, Film and Television, Arts, Haiti
By Georgia Popplewell ●
Issue 60 (March/April 2003)
One of the landmark moments in Caribbean cinema took place in Martinique in 1988. The occasion was the first Images Caraïbes Film...
By BC Pires ●
Issue 61 (May/June 2003)
Dallas, the progenitor of all modern night-time soap operas, changed American culture so dramatically, if you please, that when Larry...
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