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May 23, 2011

Sunday Nite Movie Lime, 29th May 2011


Fancy catching a couple of great movies this Arrival Day weekend? If you’re in Tobago you can do just that, at the Sunday Nite Movie Lime, which we’re hosting along with the Division of Community Development+Culture of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

The lime takes place this Sunday, 29 May, 7-9pm at the Buccoo Community Centre, and will comprise two films. The first is a science-fiction short, Pumzi (2009), written and directed by the Kenyan filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu. A visually stunning tale of one woman’s quest to breathe new life into a dying planet Earth, Pumzi was a selection of the ttff/10.

Following Pumzi will be the evening’s feature film, Rain (2008), written and directed by Maria Govan of the Bahamas. The opening night film of the ttff/09, Rain is a powerful drama about the attempts of a teenage girl, Rain, a promising sprinter, to forge a relationship with her mother, after many years of being apart.

Admission to the Sunday Nite Movie Lime is free. The films are recommended for persons 14 years and over. We hope to see you there!

ttff entries:


Caribbean films in progress to get boost from film market in Argentina

In an effort to bridge the Caribbean and Latin American film industries, the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) and the Caribbean Film Mart (CFM) are partnering with Ventana Sur to present five Caribbean feature films in post...
by Jonathan


Showcase of Caribbean films to screen at Edinburgh Short Film Festival

A package of short Caribbean films—all previous selections of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff)—will screen at the Edinburgh Short Film Festival (ESFF) on Saturday 14 November. The screenings of these short films for...
by Jonathan


Festival round-up: the bpTT Youth Jury and Prize

Five young people got the chance of lifetime when they sat on the bpTT youth jury at the 2015 trinidad + tobago film festival (ttff/15), which ran from September 15–29. The initiative was conceived in 2014, as a way of stimul...
by Jonathan



Caribbean films to screen at International Short Film Festival Mauritius

A package of five short Caribbean films—all previous selections of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff)—will screen at île Courts, the International Short Film Festival of Mauritius (ISFFM), which takes place from 6–...
by Jonathan


Film in focus: Vanishing Sail

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD The documentary Vanishing Sail, directed by Alexis Andrews, won the People’s Choice Award for Best Feature Documentary at the ttff/15. Our blogger, Aurora Herrera, attended the screening of the fil...
by Jonathan



  1. Finally a website which makes sense!
    TTFF great job!

  2. Can I please have more information about the TTFF Film Makers Immersion?

  3. Argentina Minugh

    I am excited about the number of guest directors who will be attending the festival and the varied programme, we have something for eveyone!

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