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A number of films made a big impression at the ttff/11. And we’re happy to report that since then, some of those films have continued to impress elsewhere.

Better Mus’ Come, the debut film of Jamaica’s Storm Saulter, won the audience prize at the ttff/11 for best narrative feature. Since then it has gone on to cop the audience award for best feature at the Bahamas International Film Festival, and next month will make its North American debut, first in Canada at the TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) Bell Lightbox, then in the US and New York’s prestigious Lincoln Center.

We’re also pleased to note that Sing Your Song, the documentary portrait of ttff/11 Lifetime Achievement Award winner Harry Belafonte, was shortlisted for the Academy Award for best documentary, narrowly missing out on a nomination itself.

Finally, the documentary Senna, directed by Asif Kapadia, has been nominated for three BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) awards, including best documentary and best British film.

We’ll be keeping an eye on the progress of these films, and all the other past ttff selections that meet with success.

UPDATE: Chico & Rita, the heart-stopping opening-night film of the ttff/11, has been nominated for an Academy Award for best animated feature.

Photo: Better Mus’ Come



A new version of the classic documentary Calypso Dreams, directed by Geoffrey Dunn and Michael Horne, will be screened at the National Library in Port of Spain as part of the ongoing T+T Film Nights, an initiative of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) and sponsored by the Trinidad & Tobago Film Company.

The screening, which is being held in association with NALIS, takes place on Sunday 12 February from 6.30pm. Admission is free.

First released in 2004 to great popular and critical acclaim both in T&T and abroad, Calypso Dreams is the story of calypso as told through interviews with and the music of some of its greatest exponents, including Mighty Sparrow, Calypso Rose, Black Stalin, Crazy and Sugar Aloes.

The film—which novelist Earl Lovelace called “a cinematic monument to calypso”—also pays posthumous tribute to many legendary calypsonians, such as Lord Kitchener, Lord Pretender, Mighty Terror, Lord Blakie and Mighty Duke.

The version of the film to be screened at the National Library is a recent directors’ cut, never seen in T&T and featuring significant new footage.

Before the screening there will be a live performance by an artiste who appears in the film, courtesy of TUCO. There will also be food and drinks on sale.

“NALIS is once again pleased to collaborate with the ttff to showcase our culture via the medium of the film,” said Debbie Goodman, Public Relations and Marketing Officer of NALIS. “We view our role in preserving and promoting our national heritage as critical to the development of a sense of self and national identity.”

UPDATE: Lord Superior, one of the stars of Calypso Dreams, will perform before the screening.



An outrageous romantic comedy from the Bahamas will be the first offering of a new cinema-screening venture being hosted by the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) and sponsored by bpTT.

Entitled Community Cinergy, the initiative is a series of free public screenings of local and Caribbean films from the ttff. The screenings will take place throughout the year at venues across Trinidad and Tobago.

The first film to be shown will be Crazy Love (2010), a romantic comedy written and directed by Clarence Rolle of the Bahamas. A ttff/11 selection, Crazy Love is the story of Charlene and Lionel, who have been happily married for several years. When Lionel loses interest in her, however, Charlene decides to rekindle their passion by seeking the advice of her friends—with hilarious results.

The screening takes place on Saturday 25 February, from 4pm, at the Mayaro Resource Centre in Mayaro. Admission is free, and there will be food and drinks on sale.

“BP Trinidad and Tobago is pleased to support the trinidad+tobago film festival to bring film to communities across the country,” said Danielle Jones, Manager, Corporate Communications, bpTT.