When she directed Peggy Su in 1996, Frances-Anne Solomon became one of the few Trinidadians to have directed or produced a feature film. She joins a select group of pioneers that includes Horace Ové, Anthony Maharaj, Kamalo Deen, Horace Wilson, Michael New, Gerald Joseph and Mary-Jane Gomes. As with Horace Ové’s films Pressure and Playing Away, Peggy Su was financed and filmed in England where Solomon has lived since 1986.
Frances Anne Solomon: Beating the System
Bruce Paddington on the career of young Caribbean film-maker Frances Anne Solomon