The t+tff is coming soon and there are some really interesting developments and initiatives happening now.
Here are some news leading up to this important Caribbean film event.
Call for application for bpTT Film in Development Award
Call for applications for bpTT Film in Development Award
Caribbean film producers!
Do you have a narrative feature film or creative documentary in pre-production? Then we invite you to apply for our second annual Film in Development
Award, sponsored by bpTT. The award is aimed at helping you realise the goal of getting your film made and seen, and the prize is
a place on the Rotterdam Lab for producers at the prestigious International Film Festival Rotterdam in January 2015
. Submissions must be in by 01 September and the winner will be announced at the ttf/14 award ceremony on 28 September. For details on how to apply for
this invaluable opportunity, go
Call for jurors for inaugural bpTT Youth Jury Prize
Are you a young person (16–21 years of age) who loves watching movies with a critical eye?
Are you interested in gaining a better appreciation of the artform?
Then apply now to be a member of the jury that will choose the ttff’s
first Youth Jury
Sponsored by bpTT, the prize will be given at the ttff/14 (16–30 September) to a feature film that deals with themes affecting young people. The youth jury
will watch several films under the guidance of an experienced film critic, and then make its choice. Each jury member will receive a ttff/14 pass (which
provides free entry to all film screenings), invitations to the opening gala, awards ceremony and closing-night film, and more. Go
to get the the details and to apply for this exciting opportunity.
“Finding Fela” at Queen’s Park Savannah for Emancipation Celebrations
Fela Kuti was the pioneer of Afrobeat music and a fearless critic of the corrupt and dictatorial politics in his native Nigeria. As a tribute to this late
legend the ttff, in collaboration with the Emancipation Support Committee, will host a screening of the new, critically acclaimed
“Finding Fela,” a documentary on Fela Kuti’s life, directed by the Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney. Seun Kuti, Fela Kuti’s son, will be present to engage in
a Q&A session after the film.
The event, which is free and open to all, takes place at the VIP Room of the Grand Stand in the Queen’s Park Savannah on Wednesday 30 July at 7pm. Get the details of this must-attend screening