The CaribbeanTales Short Film Challenges (SFCs) throw a spotlight on important themes, new voices, and urgent current social issues, and provide visibility to emerging filmmakers.

There are five SFCs this year, with a range of prizes. Winning films will have their World Premiere Screening at CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF) 2017, and receive distribution through CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution.

All films must be five minutes or less and must be world premieres.

SEE BELOW FOR INDIVIDUAL SFC INFORMATION

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Stockton has produced the following films: DayBreak (feature film), My Best Friend(short film), What Happens in the Dark...
Rodney V. Smith describes himself as a webseries evangelist and is heavily involved in the webseries movement in Toronto...
Pelle Hybbinette is a Swedish filmmaker who has lived with his family on and off Barbados for the last 9 years. He is a ...
Penelope Hynam, managing director at Sea Weaver Productions Inc., has had a 20-year career in Canada at the Canadian Bro...
Menelik Shabazz british director, has been making films for cinema and TV screens for over 30 years, he is international...
JaMaL WEEKES, actor, writer and filmmaker he has worked on several short films including, Corrupt Reflections (2009), Po...
Head Writer, Producer and Director of many award winning productions including the hit Barbadian sitcom series "Keeping ...
Shane Holford is the Managing Director of Fresh Productions: the other multimedia business which developed “Keeping up...
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The challenge is designed for Canadian women of colour creators through an open call for 5-minute screenplays. Two teams...
The challenge will take place on the second week of the Durban International Film Festival 2017, where SWIFT will offer ...
This challenge is open to all Caribbean women living in the region and Diaspora.