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July 26, 2012

Film Screenings

Click here to view A-Z of all side by side films screening

 

Please note that all screenings are subject to change.

Sunday 05 August, NALIS, Port of Spain, 7.00pm
This Land of Ours (31’) + Bim (102’)

Monday 06 August, NALIS, Port of Spain, 2.00-6.00pm
Bobby Simpson’s Australian Cricket Team (12′) + Captain of the People: 100 Anniversary of the Birth of Arthur Cipriani (50′) + Labour Day 27th Anniversary (40′) + Bacchanal Time (110′)

Tuesday 07 August, NALIS, Port of Spain, 2.00-6.00pm
East Dry River (12′) + Cine Magazine 1954 – 1 (14′) + T&T in the 1980’s (33′) + Pan Fusion (25′) + Mama Dis is Mas (40′) + 18 on Steel (18′) + The Rig (90′)

Wednesday 08 August, NALIS, Port of Spain, 2.00-6.00pm
The Louis Brothers (13′) + A Man and His Work: Pat Chu Foon (15′) + Who the Cap Fits (30′) + Westwood Park (30′) + Terrific and Tranquil (30′) + The Panman (110′)

Thursday 09 August, NALIS, Port of Spain, 2.00-6.00pm
Hurricane Flora (8′) + Turn of the Tide (98′) + Men of Grey II: Flight of the Ibis (94′)

Thursday 09 August: Medulla Art Gallery, Woodbrook, 7.00pm
A Man and His Work: Pat Chu Foon (15’) + Mama Dis is Mas (40’)

Friday 10 August, NALIS, Port of Spain, 2.00-6.00pm
Our Forgotten Ones (6′) + Brother Frederick (21′) + This Land of Ours (31′) + Girl From India (95’)

Friday 10 August: MovieTowne, Tobago, 7.00pm
Hurricane Flora (8’) + Fire Down Below (116’)

Thursday 16 August: Mayaro Resource Centre, 7.00pm
Carnival in T&T (20’) + Bacchanal Time (110’)

Sunday 19 August: Divali Nagar Site, Chaguanas, 7.00pm
Bridge of Friendship: Visit of Indira Gandhi (13’) + Girl From India (95’)

Monday 20 August: Holy Faith Convent, Couva, 6.00pm
Mama Dis is Mas (40’) + Terrific and Tranquil (31’) + Carnival in Trinidad (20’)

Tuesday 21 August: Holy Faith Convent, Couva, 6.00pm
The Shouters and the Control Freak Empire (28’) + Mas Man (59’)

Tuesday 21 August: San Fernando Hill, 7.00pm
Best Village Finals 1967 (32’)+ Bim (102’)

Wednesday 22 August: Holy Faith Convent, Couva, 6.00pm
The Sadhu of Couva (5’) + Chinee Girl (44’) + The Amerindians (40’)

Thursday 23 August: Holy Faith Convent, Couva, 6.00pm
‘70: Remembering a Revolution (114’)

Thursday 23: Academy for the Performing Arts, Port of Spain, 7.00pm
The Audacity of the Creole Imagination (13’) + The Sadhu of Couva (5’) + Classical Steel (42’)
THIS SCREENING HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.

Friday 24: NALIS, Port of Spain, 7.00pm
18 on Steel (18’) + The Right and the Wrong (100’)

Friday 24 August: Holy Faith Convent, Couva, 6.00pm
Friday: Men of Grey II: Flight of the Ibis (94’)

Saturday 25: Point Fortin Public Library, 7.00pm
The Louis Brothers (13’) + Men of Grey II: Flight of the Ibis (94’)






 
ttff entries:
 

 
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Film festival and New Fire team up for concert event

The trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) is teaming up with New Fire, a new concert series on the local music landscape, to present We Are New Fire, a concert featuring some of the top alternative acts in T&T. The concert ...
by Jonathan
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The first ttff/14 filmmakers’ panel

The first ttff/14 filmmakers’ panel discussion was held two nights ago at Drink Lounge & Bistro in Woodbrook. Five directors whose work is featured in this year’s Festival—Sean Hodgkinson (A Story About Wendy 2, T�...
by Jonathan
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Film in Focus: Art Connect

Two nights ago, after seeing Miquel Galofré’s film Art Connect at its world premiere at ttff/14, the education minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh pledged his support to extend the programme to schools throughout Trinidad and Tobago....
by Jonathan
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Film in Focus: Noka: Keeper of Worlds

Shaun Escayg is a Trinidadian writer and director based in Los Angeles. In 2012 his debut short film, Fish (ttff/12), won several international awards. Noka: The Keeper of Worlds (2014) is his latest short film. In preparing fo...
by Jonathan
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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...
by Jonathan
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