After Mas – A Rock N Review

After Mas – A Rock N Review You ever get a WINE that give you TABANCA??? We’ve partnered with Caribbean Tales TV to bring you Caribbean movie reviews every, single month! Just in time for Carnival season, here is my review of Karen Martinez’ film After Mas!   Dub Steps is licensed under a Creative

Carnival Is In the Air!

CARNIVAL IS IN THE AIR! Whether you’re gearing up to play Mas, or reminiscing about Carnivals past, now is the perfect time to get in the Carnival spirit by streaming some of the region’s best Carnival films right to your computer. Scroll down to see this month’s featured titles and stay tuned for more original

CaribbeanTales February Picks

Black History Month 2018 is upon us! Here’s a line up of fantastic events to celebrate our heritage, our voices and our fabulous BLACKNESS. —————————————————————————————————————————————————————— OCAD U BLXCK Association presents 24 HRS of BLACKNESS Feb 9th – Ada Slaight Galleries RSVP HERE   So I Might Be A Vampire Book Launch Feb 13, Monarch Tavern

African Canadian Filmmakers in Profile – 5 Questions for Lana Lovell

Lana Lovell began directing in earnest five years ago, after working as a researcher and producer in news and current affairs. Lana’s most recent documentary Resilience: stories of single black mothers screened at film festivals including the Mid Atlantic Black Film Festival in Atlanta where the documentary made the documentary awards semi-finalist list. Other documentary titles include The

Zack Baddorf

Zack Baddorf Based in the Central African Republic, I’m a journalist and filmmaker with more than 15 years of experience producing award-winning stories from more than 30 countries, including Syria, Iraq, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the West Bank, and Kashmir, as well as rebel-held territory in Sri Lanka and Burma. My work has been published by

Rachèle Magloire

Rachèle Magloire Born in Port-au Prince, Haiti, Rachèle Magloire was raised in Montreal, Quebec where she graduated in Communications in 1987. Back to Haiti the same year, she worked as a reporter for the privately owned Télé Haiti and wrote for Haîti en Marche, a weekly published in Miami. In 1991 she had a brief