Dalton Narine

Dalton Narine, originally from Trinidad, is a writer and film producer. He won five awards on three continents in 2009-2010 for his direction and production of “Masman”. This film is based on Peter Minshall, the Carnival artist from Trinidad, who, for three decades had presented provocative themes about man’s incompleteness as street theatre for Carnival, Trinidad’s annual festival. Narine has written for the Village Voice (New York); served as a Features Editor at The Miami Herald, an Editor at Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel and Associate Editor at Ebony magazine. He received awards for feature writing at Ebony and The Miami Herald.

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Dalton Narine, originally from Trinidad, is a writer and film producer. He won five awards on three continents in 2009-2010 for his direction and production of "Masman". This film is based on Peter Minshall, the Carnival artist from Trinidad, who, for three decades had presented provocative themes about man's incompleteness as street theatre for Carnival, Trinidad's annual festival. Narine has written for the Village Voice (New York); served as a Features Editor at The Miami Herald, an Editor at Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel and Associate Editor at Ebony magazine. He received awards for feature writing at Ebony and The Miami Herald.