Monthly Archives: June 2015

Film Friday – Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival Mentor Focus

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We are pleased to be partnering with Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival​ for this year’s Mentoring by the Masters programme, in the field of Festival Development. TTFF has in the past 10 years built a reputation for cutting edge world cinema, training opportunities for local and regional film makers and international outreach, making such an impact Read More

Mentor Focus – Narcenio Gomez – Wire Sculptor

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The art of wire sculpture is centuries old and in Trinidad and Tobago this ancient practice is continued by a precious handful of masters. One of them is the indomitable Narcenio ‘Señor’ Gomez who has been wire bending, making and playing mas for the past 50 years. In Trinidad and Tobago, wire-bending was the foundation Read More

Pan! Our Music Odyssey scheduled for New York premiere

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The Caribbean Film Series, produced by Shelley Worrell from cariBBeing, comes to a close at the Brooklyn Museum at 2 pm on Sunday, June 28 2015. As part of the Caribbean-American Heritage month celebrations – Pan! Our Music Odyssey will be screened. For the occasion, the borough of Brooklyn will officially proclaim June 28 as Read More

“Berlin on a Donkey” — the Latest National Theatre Arts Company Production

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The National Theatre Arts Company has been working to bring “Berlin on a Donkey” to a stage near you. The work is a satirical nod toward the 1885 Berlin Conference and the global realities that would follow the infamous meeting organised by then German Chancellor, Otto Von Bismarck; the setting of what was a move Read More

Professional Arts Profile – Ralph Campbell

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The spotlight is on the current Director of the National Theatre Arts Company as the team prepares for a public performance of “Berlin on a Donkey.” Ralph Campbell is a practicing artist in the fields of acting, drama and community theatre Development. He appeared as Inspector Barrow in the command performance production of “Dance Meh Read More

Paul Keens-Douglas

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Paul Keens-Douglas is one of the most eloquent and best-known raconteurs and social commentators in the English-speaking Caribbean. Born in Trinidad and Tobago, he spent his early childhood in Grenada where he attended Wesley Hall Methodist School and Presentation Boys College. He holds diplomas in Commercial Broadcasting and Radio/TV Production from Announcer Training Studios and Read More

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