Paddlin’ Spirit (2016)
In her work the controversial Jamaican artist Laura Facey explores the indescribable cruelty of slavery, but also the resilient nature of the human being.
‘Paddlin’ Spirit’ is a short documentary film about the controversial Jamaican artist Laura Facey, whose work explores the indescribable cruelty of slavery but also the resilient nature of the human being. Loved and hated in equal parts in her country of origin due to the explicitness of her work, Laura Facey stands out for denouncing women’s abuse past, present and future and for healing from her own traumatic experiences.
Short (30mins) Documentary | Jamaica
Executive Producers: Nando Garcia-Guereta
Producers: Shirley Hanna
Writers: Amanda Sans Pantling
Directors: Laura Facey | Amanda Sans Pantling