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CaribbeanTales International Film Festival 2017

September 6 – 21, 2017

CaribbeanTales International Film Festival 2017 presents a full range of films that showcase the variety, breadth and depth of the Caribbean's legacy. Each film tells a unique story. Together, these films will transform our audiences' appreciation for Caribbean storytelling. At CaribbeanTales we see our Caribbean legacy as the context for our own day to day reality, and we know that this legacy has always been shaped by larger global realities.

Many of the stories we tell can be traced to events and decisions that originated in far away places - Europe, Africa, India, China, the Middle East, North and South America and even Japan. These are the roots of the Caribbean Diaspora.

CaribbeanTales International Film Festival opens Sept 6th and runs to Sept 21, 2017. For film details and ticket info visit:


Off the short block: Sept 16th from 4 pm at the Royal Cinema, 608 College Street

Me on my TV 2 Episode 2(23) | WORLD PREMIERE
In Me on My TV, the 10 teams – selected from hundreds of applicants for the CTI, which Flow sponsors – embark on five action-packed creative days in Toronto. Under the guidance of 12 international mentors, they pitch their TV series concepts to a room full of television industry executives at the largest film event in North America: The Toronto International Film Festival. In eight episodes viewers get to share in the tears and laughter, camaraderie and resolve, as each filmmaker works for the chance to bring their show to Caribbean TVs – but only three will come out on top.

Mariner (Thyrone Tommy, Canada, 2016); 19 | CTFF PREMIERE
A young, marine navigation student, suffers intense anxiety during his final exams when an incident from his past returns to both haunt and help him.

A Man's Story (Fernando Arrioja, Canada, 2016); 22 mins | CTFF PREMIERE
A gripping meditation on masculinity and violence

E Yobida di Ayera (Armand Simon, Aruba, 2016); 09:13 | CANADIAN PREMIERE
Monica is in love with her friend and she is trying to find enough courage to tell her.

A Broken Appointment (Kaleb D'Aguilar, Jamaica/USA, 2017); 3 mins | NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
A Vignette. A Relationship. A Rise and Fall

Small Change ( Dylan Quesnel, Trinidad and Tobago/Canada, 2016); 20:31 | CANADIAN PREMIERE
A 100% local film from fossil-fuel driven Trinidad & Tobago, which takes a good look at climate change where nobody wants to talk about it, and the exciting opportunities around renewable energies and going green!

Manna (D.E. Hyde, Belize/ USA, 2015); 11:35 | CANADIAN PREMIERE
The playful story of a Belizian fisherman removed from society…… almost.

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Women Wednesday: Sept 20, from 8:45, pm at the Royal Cinema, 608 College Street

Brown Girl Begins (Sharon Lewis, Canada, 2017) 6mins | WORLD PREMIERE
Sneak peek at Sharon Lewis' Brown Girl in the Ring inspired by Nalo Hopkinson’s award winning novel “BROWN GIRL IN THE RING"

Paddlin Spirit (Amanda Sans Pantling, Jamaica, 2016);30:10 | CANADIAN PREMIERE
Jamaican artist Laura Facey’s work explores the indescribable cruelty of slavery but also the resilient nature of the human being.

Root Up (Katia Cafe-Febrissy, Gualedoupe/Canada, 2017); 27:59 | CANADIAN PREMIERE
The story of a land, a woman and the struggle to save her legacy

Torments of Love (Caroline Jules, Paris/Guadeloupe, 2016); 54mins | CANADIAN PREMIERE
Torments of love" wants to highlight childhood injuries and repercussions in adulthood. How they can love each other without being able to say it. How two sisters can be interconnected in their contradictions and paradoxes.

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