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“It’s 4am. Amen. I still alive. Belmont didn’t take my life last night.”
Against the tranquility that precedes a bustling dawn, Trinidadian spokenword poet Muhammad Muwakil conjures a powerful picture of life in a suburb of Port of Spain, Trinidad. His evocative depictions of the dangers that linger around every corner help define this dynamic neigbourhood.
Jamal is a recent university graduate who is unemployed and has a mountain of student loan debt to repay. When his friend introduces him to a way of making quick money, Jamal finds himself morally conflicted and chooses to quit. Immediately after quitting ...
Tony goes online looking to score. He gets a bit more than he bargained for.
Chuks is a businessman who deals in a peculiar business. For a handsome fee, he facilitates the transportation of desperate Nigerian illegal immigrants looking for greener pastures in North America.
A horror-themed drama centering on Chloe, a young girl with supernatural abilities who grows tired of her mother's over-protective behavior only to find herself faced with the very dangers she was trying to protect her from.
Based on short stories by John Robert Lee. A Davina Lee Flim, Lee Productions Inc.
His And Her Tears is a story that shows last moments of a relationship coming to its end.
Fusing comedic and dramatic elements, "The Pit" is a fun, stylish and entertaining portrayal of early twenty-somethings in Bushwick. Inspired by such films as "Dazed and Confused" and "Masculine Feminine", the film serves both as a snapshot of the current ...
The dying Parang queen passes her legacy to the next generation.
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On a visit with his grandfather to his friends home, a young Afro boy is exposed to the story of Divali and learns about the oneness of humanity
A man reminisces about his lost wife.
“It’s 4am. Amen. I still alive. Belmont didn’t take my life last night.” Against the tranquility that precedes a bustling dawn, Trinidadian spokenword poet Muhammad Muwakil conjures a powerful picture of life in a suburb of Port of Spain, Trinidad. His ...