Caribbean Film Series (NYC) to Premiere Young Black UK Activists Documentary, ‘Generation Revolution’

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Brooklyn’s own Caribbean Film Series enters its third year of bringing fresh and exciting films from the Caribbean and Caribbean disapora to Brooklyn and New York City audiences at BAMcinématek’s BAM Rose Cinemas, Brooklyn’s oldest and long-lasting performing arts venue.… Continue Reading

First-Ever Black British Feature Film ‘PRESSURE’ Screens at Caribbean Film Series, Dec. 5 at BAMcinématek


  With films and series such as “Kidulthood,” and “Topboy,” representing facets of British urban lifestyles, it would appear that stories of young Black men and women in the United Kingdom dealing with discrimination, economic deprivation, and other societal ills,… Continue Reading

Caribbean Film Series presents Puerto Rican Drama ‘Cows Wearing Glasses’ Tomorrow (10/19) at BAMcinématek (NYC)


When eccentric painter and art professor Marcelino contracts a disease that makes him lose his eyesight, he is forced to rethink his relationship with his daughter, and take stock of a life full of professional success but an unsatisfactory personal… Continue Reading

Interview: ‘Bazodee’ Screenwriter/Producer Claire Ince on Bringing Her Carnival Drama to the Big Screen

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As reported on S&A last week, Brooklyn NYC’s Caribbean Film Series will be bringing the Trinidad Carnival-centered film “Bazodee” to BAMcinématek on Wednesday, September 7th, just days after New York City’s world-renowned Labor Day Carnival celebrations. “Bazodee” stars singer and… Continue Reading

Carnival Meets Bollywood in Machel Montano starring ‘Bazodee’ – Caribbean Film Series, 9/7 at BAMcinématek (NYC)


  Brooklyn’s own Caribbean Film Series continues to bring standout films from the West Indies to the New York community at large, and with this go-around they present the Carnival-centered film “Bazodee,” on Wednesday, September 7th, just days after NYC’s… Continue Reading

Sneak Peek of ‘Ayiti Mon Amour’ – Guetty Felin’s Post-Earthquake Haitian Drama, June 1st in NYC (Caribbean Film Series)


  In the emerging post-earthquake cinema of Haiti, no voice shines as brightly as Haitian-American filmmaker Guetty Felin. And on June 1st, Brooklyn audiences will gain a full sneak peek at her new film, “Ayiti Mon Amour,” wherein the writer-director invokes… Continue Reading