Please see below, the collection of outstanding Caribbean films currently being distributed by FILMCO.
Please see below, the collection of outstanding Caribbean films currently being distributed by FILMCO.
A riveting chronicle of the Black Power uprising that took place in Trinidad and Tobago in 1970.
Spoken-word poet Muhammad Muwakil narrates one of his compositions, about life in the Belmont suburb of Port of Spain. Arresting images of the streets of Belmont during the early hours of the morning accompany his recital.
Sent abroad by his mother to 'grow up', Sean quickly realizes how much he has depended on her when he is faced with the prospect of making his first meal.
This beautiful re-imagining of Shakespeare's magical fairy tale "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is set modern day, under a full moon and during a Caribbean Festival.
A cultural journey into London’s Notting Hill Carnival
Wendy Phillips' life spirals out of control after the sudden departure of her fiance .
Following on from A Story about Wendy (2012), when she was dumped by her fiancé and sought to get her life back together, Wendy Phillips returns in the second chapter of her adventures.
A richly textured film about identity, desire and conformity.
Disaster strikes when a young, Afro-Caribbean high Priestess goes against her intuition.
In the award-winning documentary ‘Amsterdam. Traces of sugar’, TV personality Noraly Beyer and rapper Typhoon (Glenn de Randamie) unravel their family histories, marked by slavery, while artist Patricia Kaersenhout, encourages her audience to reflect on slavery.
The discourse of Notting Hill Carnival
When a barrel arrives from London bearing an unwelcome parcel, a caregiver in Barbados makes a hasty decision that risks destroying her special bond with a beloved child.
A Dutch painter arrives in Curaçao and finds he's not so welcome after choosing a young black woman to be his model for a painting of the Virgin Mary
Bim's violent past catches up with him....
The struggles of having black hair.
Explores 'bottom power' by offering insightful analysis of the female bottom seen through the gaze of the Caribbean man.
Moving from victim to survivor, Camika, a single mother of seven, shares her personal story of how she got the strength and voice to stop the cycle of domestic abuse in her home.
It’s 2049 and a druglord owns the streets of The Burn. Young Ti-Jeanne must choose between her fear of dying like her mother, or harnessing the power of the Caribbean spirits to save her people.
In Trinidad and Tobago, a six-year-old dreams of being a superhero.
Exploring the idea of African identity in the Caribbean - has it changed?
Discover Trinidad & Tobago through the eyes of the Young Explorers
Carmen & Geoffrey features interviews and performance footage of friends and colleagues: dancers Judith Jamison, Gus Solomons, Jr., Dudley Williams, Ulysses Dove and Alvin Ailey.
Carnival Messiah is a radical re-invention of Georg Freidrich Handel’s oratorio ‘Messiah’ for large scale stage and theatre.
A young West Indian nanny in New York City wants to reunite with her daughter back in Trinidad for her birthday party.
Examining the phenomenon of “chutney soca”, a musical hybrid from Trinidad & Tobago.
City on the Hill is a look at the history of the communities erected on the hillside slopes of Laventille. The film examines the evolution of the chequered relationship between the landscape and its inhabitants, as well as selected aspects of Laventille’s architecture.
“Code” explores the struggle between the old ways of Rastafari livity and modern day technology.
An experimental documentary exploring the aesthetics of an Indo-Caribbean population through colour, song and dance.
This documentary tracks dal puri’s remarkable passage across space and time, linking colonialism, migration and the globalization of tastes.
Have you ever asked a Trini for Directions?
To promote a viable recycling programme.
A tale of fashion and rebellion in paradise
At Christmas, a young street food vendor in Trinidad learns that his estranged father is seriously ill.
A poetic reflection on the theme of identity and contemporary migration.
An undocumented immigrant and his son are smuggled into London, hiding a desperate secret.
Peter Minshall returns to mas....
A young Parisian woman of Caribbean descent returns to her native island of Guadeloupe looking for the father she has never known.
Plagued by dreams of a beautiful life once lived, a scrap metal collector travels out of town for a job which promises to provide a spark of hope.
'Fires of Hope' was filmed to commemorating the Independence of Trinidad and Tobago.
Where is home when home doesn't want you
Floating into Fire is a tragic magical realist love story that leads a man and his heart adrift at sea and on the brink of a psychedelic existential crisis.
The documentary chronicles the life of Gary Grant - once a gangster and now a pastor - who works to help the community he once hurt.
Intimate conversations with homeless people in the streets of Port of Spain, capital of the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago. with Sketch and Yankee.
A Collection of Short FIlms by Caribbean Women
Trinidadian Donald 'Jackie' Hinkson talks about his life's work and demonstrates his techniques.
A cricket player battles demons from his past while trying to make it to a world tournament.
Trying to be a part of the solution, Onika works hard to build trust in her role as a police officer.
Inward Hunger reveals Eric Williams in unprecedented depth: the world that shaped him, the forces to which he at times succumbed, and those he fought to change.
The discovery of a secret diary draws a drug addicted security guard into a world of demons and a struggle for inner redemption.
The district of Paramin, at Carnival time sheds its rural languor and erupts into an inferno of bluepainted ‘jabs’ or devils.
Joebell catching hell in Trinidad so he make up his mind to go. The place he choose is America...
Julia and Joyce: Two Stories of Two Dance Pioneers, marks important dance heritage of Trinidad and Tobago and the world, as told through the fascinating histories of two Trinidad and Tobago dance pioneers, now in their seventies. Both Julia Edwards and Joyce Kirton tell their respective stories, full of challenges, humour and triumphs.
Doc and Zoe are just hired for the night to deliver an unknown package. At a crossroad, they stumble upon a dog. In Haiti, each crossroad requires a sacrifice.
Looking at the aftermath of the surprise attempted coup on the Caribbean island by a small Islamic group in 1990.
A hustler’s journey into chaos to steal a car and his lady friends dream for peace from a painting, forces a crime that changes their lives dramatically, forever.
A homeless Jamaican boy, struggling to find his identity, encounters a life-changing crash incident.
The past can lead to an old rift...
A story of two very different brothers.
While drinking at the village bar, Lenroy becomes a little ill. His friends try to help him, but end up falling out with each other in the process.
Mervyn, a Trinidadian fisherman gets mixed up with a drug lord and past demons come back to haunt him and a sacrifice must be made.
A man goes in search of something mysterious in the Trinidadian mangroves, unraveling a supernatural world as he races back to safety, before the sun sets.
Farmers suffer great loss of topsoil and property owing to erosion and slippage.
Once upon a time there was Snake, this is how his life changed in a matter of minutes
Zhenzhen is smuggled to the island of Trinidad where her brother Wei works construction.
"Mystic Fighters" is the contemplative journey of a warrior paced by the beat of Trinidadian drums and rituals.
Nang has lived outside the box, born in a Trinidadian village in the 1920's she survived by defying convention.
Venezuelan refugees move to Trinidad and Tobago with hopes of bettering their own lives and that of their families, only to find an unwelcoming environment and the uncertainty of their future while caught in a legal limbo.
Two internationally certified, multi-disciplined, Trinidadian martial artists re-discover their roots in the unique Trinidadian martial art of Kalinda or Stickfighting, and are accepted for mentorship by living legends of the art, as they enter the potentially lethal arena of the Gayelle which to them is a ring of liberation!
Still struggling with loss, a caring father and his daughter are moved by the Christmas spirit to connect with their Puerto Rican roots by reaching out to victims of the hurricane.
The Diego Family is a seemingly normal family in Belize. But a chance meeting with a slick American stranger changes everything....
A young country boy has an encounter with a mythical creature in the woods.
In her work the controversial Jamaican artist Laura Facey explores the indescribable cruelty of slavery, but also the resilient nature of the human being.
The search for descendants of an ancestor who left Barbados in the early 1900s to build the Panama Canal.
Carnival artist Peter Minshall tells the story of the design and construction of Paradise Lost, his first masquerade band for the Trinidad and Tobago carnival in 1976.
Popular TV host, Ian Alleyne, uses viewer tips to try to make a dent in Trinidad's soaring murder and crime rate. But, will his controversial techniques put him at odds with criminals and the law?
Race.Class. The Revoluntionary 70's in Trinidad and Tobago.
A mockumentary about reggae artist 'Pashan Froot' preparing to launch his new single 'Nibble on meh Naggle' at a concert in T&T
Seventeen year old Sandrine must hide her brother's illness in order to save his life.
A former solider investigating the murder of the CEO of a major software company must decipher whether he is being framed or is succumbing to the delusions of his illness
Leonard Smith has been an affable, ubiquitous figure on the streets of Kingston for the last 30 years, a maker and seller of one product: pillows. This film is a meditation on the man behind the smile.
An encounter with a successful businessman derails the plans set by his family...
Young and noble Maurice is a Shoe-in to be St. Lucille’s next Vice Principal, however, when the school board steps in to make changes, his alliances come into question and he’s left to make some bold decisions.
An intimate portrait of Derek Walcott, set in his beloved native island St. Lucia.
When a pregnant young woman discovers she is HIV positive, her world comes crashing down.
The point-of-view of a street dog in relation to the world around her, she runs into adversity and forms alliances.
The rise of Tubal Uriah Butler and his contribution to the development of the Labour Movement in Trinidad and Tobago.
An exploration of the architectural work of Colin Laird
There is always a breaking point...
Quiet Revolution follows a group of everyday heroes who aim to give voice to permaculture ("the quiet revolution") in Trinidad and Tobago
Riding Bull Cart captures a time-capsule moment, and depicts a symbiotic and pure relationship of human and animal (non-human) working together.
When parang was born in Trinidad, it was played by workers in the cocoa plantations as entertainment for their families and friends after a hard day’s labour. "Salt of the Earth" explores this ancient music tradition called parang and the ones who made it survive.
When the rug is pulled from under his feet, a savvy old salt, must navigate the stormy waters of his relationship with his estranged son.
When a tempered rock icon is confronted with an unlikely souvenir from his outrageous past, he is enticed to return to his true nature.
After being released from prison, a man will have to fight his past to recover the love of his son.
A visual and sonic Caribbean feast featuring British born painter Rex Dixon and Trinidadian sitarist Mungal Patasar.
Conversations with Trinidad and Tobago's creative thinkers and makers.
Shan Fernandez is a Trinidadian dancer, trained in the art of Limbo dance. She performs in front of international audiences three times daily as a member of the Universal circus.
A teenage girl finds that becoming a glamorous soca-music dancer is a lot harder than she first reckoned.
An elderly man gets mistaken for a taxi driver while on a drive through the busy streets of Port-of-Spain. What follows is a long day of reckoning with memories, friendships and revelations.
The documentary also recounts the Army’s ferocious counter-attack against the Muslimeen in Trinidad and Tobago
Flor Marie remembers tragic events that changed her life 50 years ago.
Smallman is Richard Mark Rawlins’ personal exploration of the real and imagined worlds that his father, Kenwyn, made, in the workshop beneath their house.
'Songs of Redemption' captures the moving story of redemption and rehabilitation of inmates of the General Penitentiary in Kingston, Jamaica.
Sorf Hair explores the natural-hair experience in T+T.
Studio Archives is a docu-series that takes you inside the studios of prominent Caribbean Artists while exploring their artistic journey and philosophy.
When getting lunch at a Trini fast food joint turns into a nightmare.
A young girl is seeking - answers to questions that are relevant to her own life, as well as questions inspired by Siewdass' life.
Sirius seeks out new adventures on his own, which leads him to meet a heavenly stranger.
Set in Trinidad, a weekend getaway turns to horror as a young woman finds herself in the grasp of a disturbed abductor.
Three young men find purpose in a prison-based debate team led by journalist Debbie Jacob.
The Insatiable Season is a fun and intimate look at the creations, crises and passion of the Mac Farlane camp as they produce a beautiful costumed band for Trinidad’s Carnival.
After secretly casting love spells on each other, a couple find out that digging deep into the dirt and the heart can reveal truths.
According to Caribbean folklore, the Lagahoo is a mythical, shapeshifting monster that is said to roam lonely areas at night while stalking their prey.
Su Goldfish searches for her lost family, unearthing her father's life story on a journey that leads her from Australia to Trinidad and World War II Germany.
The story of the strongest of the slaves whose will was only crushed when he loses his beloved wife.
Black and beautiful, the paradox of separation and unity.
It begins and ends with murder and it gets the staff of The Reef Hotel, their associates and guests into a big bacchanal.
The Solitary Alchemist is a moving and intimate portrait of a life in art in the Caribbean.
When a video of an unknown creature went viral in Barbados,a young journalist and her team embark on a journey to seek out the truth about it,she ends up uncovering a bigger story than just a video.
An experimental short film that is a fusion of art, spectacle and extraterrestrial life in a Caribbean context.
In a house filled with clashing personalities, lies and deceptions, what could possibly go wrong?
A couple get more than they bargained for in three minutes.
Three women. About slavery and freedom.
Got horned? Get even.
Three friends on vacation on a Caribbean island are seduced by a wealthy stranger, and become pawns in a deadly game.
Disenchanted by the modern world, filmmaker Michael Lees heads into the forest of Dominica with some basic survival gear, religious texts and a camera.
A man attempts an exorcism after suspecting his niece of bringing evil spirits into his house.
A filmmaker daughter connects to her writer father through his words, which transcend his death and help her find a way back to herself.
Blackmail, murder, adultery and... cross-dressing!
Luke Singh is presented with an opportunity that could come at great cost.
A 9-year old selectively mute Mayan boy guards a nest of Yellow-Headed Parrots in Belize's pine savannah. His older brother, in debt, turns to poaching...