Taken by Storm
Part of the The Havana International Film Festival festival for me was taken up with Trinidad + Tobago Film Festival (t+tff)
films from the Caribbean. I had had such a great time in Trinidad +
Tobago but had missed many of the films. So in Havana I got to catch up
and finally see Storm Saulter’s Better Mus Come which has been picked up by the new African Diaspora film distributor for U.S. AFFRM (African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement). Beginning today, March 15, the African American Film Festival Releasing Movement will release their fifth film – Storm Saulter’s award winning Better Mus’ Come – in New York and Los Angeles.
is Jamaican and took film courses at L.A. Film School, that large
private film school on Sunset near Vine, across from the Arclight
Theater, where many foreign students go and where many vets go seeking
to learn filmmaking. Storm, however, had been making films since he was
a kid using super 8mm and at the ripe old age of 27, he has since
formed a collective in Jamaica called, the New Caribbean Cinema.
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BETTER MUS’ COME OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS:
debut feature from writer/director Storm Saulter, Better Mus’ Come is a
stunning love story unfolding at a true time in history when rival
Jamaican gangs disrupted the democratic process – and bloodshed was
unleashed on the streets.
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