Found this great roundup of the recently concluded Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (ttff).
Great to see the films being appreciated, but even better to hear sound critical advice. Yes, our film-makers need to come from a more critical place, especially when making documentaries. We are presenting positive overviews right now, but I suspect as the industry matures, creators will worry less about offending sensibilities and start doing more to reflect the realities of the Caribbean experience, and start conversations we need to have before we chart our future.
I also came across this amazing dance battle on Twitter yesterday, filmed at the Montreal Swing Riot by Alain Wong. Street dancers faced off against vintage/swing dancers and the results were magical. It’s a bit long, but you won’t regret watching the whole thing.
Keep dancing your cares away, my friends!
3 thoughts on “A Film Festival And A Dance Battle”
R.S.A. Garcia, I’ve nominated you for the Three Day Quote Challenge.
Oh my gosh! I just saw this. Thank you so much! I’ll get right on it 😉 Love your post, by the way and thanks for the compliment!
Thanks for being a good sport and participating, I am super curious what you’ll pick!