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August 17, 2012

Special screening of Why Do Jamaicans Run so Fast? this weekend

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In honour of the Jamaican sprinters’ recent success at the London Olympics, we are hosting a special free screening of Miquel Galofré’s wonderful documentary Why Do Jamaicans Run So Fast? (ttff/10) on our website over the weekend. The film will be available from 7pm on Friday 17th August until midnight on Sunday 19th August.

Go here to view the film, and enjoy!






 
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Film in Focus: Difret

Last night, the ttff/14 had its first screening of the Ethiopian film Difret, as part of its Panorama offerings, films that connect our country to our heritage countries via history and humanity. The film is based on the true s...
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Films in Focus: Cubes and A Story About Wendy 2

My ttff14 experience began with laughter! The local short film Cubes, directed by Ryan Lee, was ten minutes of hilarity. It focuses on a character named Sean who is having his first day of work at a new office. His co-workers s...
by Jonathan
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Filmmakers in Focus: Natalia Cabral and Oriol Estrada

You and Me is a documentary that explores the very interesting socio-cultural landscape of the Dominican Republic through the relationship between a woman and her help. The woman, known in the film only as the Mrs, is a widow, ...
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T&T Film company to host workshops at ttff/14

The Trinidad and Tobago Film Company, a supporting sponsor of the ttff, is hosting several filmmaking workshops at the Festival, on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 September. Check out the details below. Friday 19 September Hyatt Reg...
by Jonathan
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Filmmakers in focus: Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez

In the foothills of the Nepalese Himalayas is a temple dedicated to Manakamana, the Hindu goddess of good fortune. To get there pilgrims travel via cable car above a lushly forested landscape, a journey of some eight minutes th...
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