EZone – Season 5

Lisa Wickham | Various | 10 Episodes | 30min/episode | 2005

$9.99

ABOUT THE SERIES

A rollercoaster ride of the people, places, foods and festivals of the Caribbean and West Indian.

EPISODES


  Episode 1 - Brass Festival, 2005
E-Zone introduces the world to the very first VIP lounge, inviting guests to sit back, relax and have a chat!
  Episode 2 - Sailing Week
Antigua’s Sailing Week activities and an interview with special guest Sir Richard Branson. St. Maarten and Trinidad highlighting their carnival and panorama festivities respectively
  Episode 3 - St. Kitts Music Festival
A break from all the carnival festivities takes in some soulful rhythms at the St. Kitts Music Festival. Interviews from local and international celebrities include Bamboo, Rupee, Wyclef Jean and Doug E. Fresh
  Episode 4 - Crop Over, Part 1
A break from all the carnival festivities takes in some soulful rhythms at the St. Kitts Music Festival. Interviews from local and international celebrities include Bamboo, Rupee, Wyclef Jean and Doug E. Fresh
  Episode 5 - Crop Over, Part 2
The lead up to the Carnival celebrations, as well as revelers on the streets for Kadooment. Interviews included from local artists Krosfyah and Edwin Yearwood.
  Episode 6 - Nottinghill Carnival
From Trini Corner to on the streets for the parade. Interviews featured: band leader Big Mike and soca singer Machel Montano.
  Episode 7 - The Allison Hinds Show
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  Episode 8 - Chutney Soca Monarch
Chutney music is a huge part of the culture of Trinidad. Some of the local chutney Artists, including Rooplal G, Adesh Samaroo, Hitman and Edward Ramdass. Carnival celebrations with a stop at Insomnia Fete, 2006, Machel Montano and Doug E. Fresh.
  Episode 9 - Miami, Part 1
Miami Carnival, from Glow Fete with Iwer George, Maximas Dan, Shurwayne Winchester and Destra, to a trip to Mascots Mas Camp, ending on the road with the revelers at Pompano Carnival.
  Episode 10 - Miami, Part 2
Highlighting another fete leading up to Carnival: the Florida International University Annual Fete, with interviews from Giselle “Wassy One,” Byron Lee, Shurwayne Winchester and Bunji Garlin, to name a few.