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28 February, 2014 Leave a comment

THIS is a Biographical Documentary of Trinidadian artiste Rohan Richards aka Fireball.

In early 2006, he emerged above the rest as the first winner of the Synergy Soca Star competition.

This was quickly followed in 2007 by his first hit “What I Want” which morphed from soca to a reworked hit by French DJ and remixer Bob Sinclar that same year and topped the European Club Music Charts.

“What I Want” in 2008, was released by Record Plant Records in the US and hit the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts at number 14. that year, he was in contention with Madonna, Ne Yo and Rihanna.

This Documentary is a team effort by Ryan Chance Bascombe, Maria Pantin, Tracey Jordon, Natasha Ramnath and Dylan Thomas.



5 February, 2014 Leave a comment

Carnival Tabanca
Videomentary by: Bunji Garlin
Directed by: Walt Lovelace & Curtis Popplewell
Produced by: Beach House Entertainment
Filmed with 14 cameras Friday afternoon, downtown Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago.
Camera Operators:
Christian Compton
Colin Peters
Declan LeeLoo
Gabriel Nagee
Jamal Edwards
Jason Riley
Jermald Compton
Jerome Ali-Salandy
Kerry Gibbons
Michael Amoroso
Richard Voisin
Shea Best
Zahra Gibbons
Special thanks to:
Marc Loregnard
Kharim Matthias
Kenneth Bailey
Enrique Ali
Lance Smith
Diyanand Persaud
Darren Millien
Paul Charles
Faye Ann Lyons Alvarez
Dexter Thomas
Keron “Sheriff” Thompson
His Worship The Mayor of Port of Spain
The City of Port Of Spain
Port of Spain City Police
Brain Lara Promenade Management Co.
Advance Dynamics Ltd.
Trinidad Movie Equipment Rental Company Ltd.

Jab In The Dark (trailer)

6 August, 2013 1 comment

The discovery of a secret diary draws a drug addicted security guard into a world of demons and a struggle for inner redemption.

Short Film from Trinidad and Tobago
Director: Robert Macfarlane
Producer: Lesley-Anne Macfarlane
Starring: Charles Reid, Kearn Samuel, Janique Dennis, Arnaldo James, Gregory Pollonais, Sindy Nurse, David Cave, Kevin Morgan, Anton Francis.

For more information and updates, please visit:
Twitter: #jabinthedark


27 July, 2013 1 comment

The Kalinda dance was brought to the Caribbean slave plantations from the Kongo and Angola. In Trinidad the Kalinda accompanied a development of the African warrior game of stick fighting and is practiced in arenas called “Gayelles”.

Two young Trinidadian internationally certified multidisciplined martial artists re-discovered their roots in this unique Trinidadian martial art and were accepted for mentorship by living legends of the art.

Follow Keegan and Benji as with humility, respect and the total commitment of the martial artist they enter the potentially lethal arena of the Gayelle which to them is like a ring of liberation, “where I am a human being and I deserve to be alive and anybody in this circle I respect because they understand the value of life.”

Bunji Garlin – Differentology (music video)

17 May, 2013 8 comments

  • Director: Nigel Thompson
  • Director Of Photography: Sean “Science” Edghill
  • Assistant Director: Roland “Rembunction” Yearwood
  • 2nd Assistant Director: Richard Rawlins
  • 1st Assistant Camera: Damien Jobity
  • 2nd Assistant Camera: Iscah Straker
  • Gaffer: Selwyn Henry / Kerron Lemmessy
  • Best Boy Electric: Ken Bailey / Selwyn Henry
  • Storyboard Artist: Richard Rawlins
  • Producer: Nigel Thompson
  • Associate Producers: Kerima Rahim, Princess Donelan, Alana Ramlal
  • Production Manager: Kerima Rahim
  • Grip: Keegan Rudolfo
  • Driver / Transport: Navin Suchit
  • Props: Frank Seales
  • Make up: Jennelle Orosco, Steven Taylor, Liz-Ann Jaggernauth, Christopher Rama
  • Music Provided by: Rawle “Boobie” Edwards
  • Costumes by: K2K Alliance & Tribe
  • Location: “Melau” Provided by TCL / Readymix

in all honesty i dont see it being that different to any other video out there… concept nor production. the atmosphere had all the vibes. just didn’t translate for me. flat harsh images. wrong frame rate at times… bah i eh going into it… go watch blaxx leh go instead…

Chutney in yuh Soca

20 January, 2012 1 comment

Chutney in yuh Soca

An arts documentary examining the phenomenon of “chutney soca“, a musical hybrid from Trinidad & Tobago which blends the traditions of the islands’ two biggest ethnic groupsIndian and African. As much political as musical, “chutney soca” seems to offer a way for the two cultures, often perceived as being mutally antagonistic, to come together in a new exciting fusion of sounds.

Directed by Karen Martinez
21 mins
made for the Arts Council of Great Britain & Channel 4 TV (UK)


POTHOUND – A Short Film

9 January, 2012 Leave a comment

posted this on tumblr but as i see it blowing up on facebook i’ll share it here just for so…

POTHOUND (2011) – A Short Film

1. A dog of mixed or indeterminate breed. A mutt or mongrel.
2. A street dog frequently associated with mischief. l l l please share

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