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Presented by Flow, the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) seeks to highlight excellence in filmmaking through the exhibition of films made in the Caribbean region including Latin American countries in the Caribbean Basin, by Caribbean people of the Diaspora, and by international filmmakers that reflect Caribbean culture and way of life both in the Caribbean and the Diaspora. The Festival screens films in 35mm, NTSC Digi-Beta and NTSC MiniDV formats. Entries of various length...

Burmese Dreaming

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Director: Timothy Syrota.
A young woman has a nightmare about the killing of her father by soldiers in a mountain village in Burma. She wakes up. She is in a refugee camp on the Thai-Burma border. She has already been here for 6 years but still her mind is not here. Instead, it drifts between the realities of refugee life and dreams and day-dreams about Burma and a life she used to live. She is with her childhood buffalo friend, Zu Zu Ma, she has imaginary conversations with her fishermen friends, and she dreams of the family she used to have. Burmese Dreaming combines a composed musical score with a non-fiction narrative scripted by refugees from Umphiem Mai refugee camp and based on the story of Say Say Lah, a young woman who was imprisoned by the Burmese military at age 5. Footage for Burmese Dreaming has been filmed throughout Burma including areas held by the Karen National Liberation Army, as well as in the refugee camps on the Thai-Burma border. This is the first feature documentary of author, director and international award winning photojournalist Timothy Syrota.

trinidad + tobago film festival

The trinidad+tobago film festival seeks to highlight excellence in filmmaking through the exhibition of films made in the Caribbean region (including Latin American countries in the Caribbean Basin), by Caribbean people of the Diaspora, and by international filmmakers whose films are relevant to a Caribbean audience. The ttff is a cutting-edge film festival that continues to evolve and expand in celebrating expression and empowerment through film. Along with our film programme, the ttff, through a series of workshops and events, is emerging as the premier film festival of the Caribbean.

Trinidad + Tobago Film Festival

Trinidad + Tobago FIlm Festival (TTFF) is the cutting-edge Caribbean film festival that continues to evolve and expand in celebrating expression and empowerment through film. With a series of well-organized workshops and events, TTFF is quickly emerging as the premium film festival of the Caribbean. DATES: 16 - 29 September, 2009 FESTIVAL LOCATIONS include MovieTowne, Trinidad/Tobago, StudioFilmClub, Port of Spain, UWI, St. Augustine & Naprima Girls School, San Fernando CONTACT INFO: hello@trinidadandtobagofilmfestival.com www.trinidadandtobagofilmfestival.com

Jamaica Film Academy

The Jamaica Film Academy provides a new basis for Jamaican film production by creating an umbrella for producing Jamaican films in the areas of:  Production, Archiving, Screening, Training and Promotion.

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