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A Dress to the Nation

A Dress to the Nation

A dress to the Nation, is commentary on our existence in this post colonial island. We are orphaned children being handed over (along with the problems
of our poor parenting), every five years to a new parent. We are promised a better tomorrow. Yeah. Right…wait for that.

Title:

A Dress to the Nation

Director(s):

Richard Rawlins

Year of Release:

2017

Region:

Trinidad & Tobago

Type / Genre:

Experimental

Runtime:

0.059 minutes

Rating:

No Rating

Showtimes:

  • Fri 22 Sept, 2.30pm, UWI Film Programme, Q+A
  • Mon 25 Sept, 1.30pm, MovieTowne POS, Q+A

About the Director(s):

Richard Rawlins

Richard Rawlins

Richard Mark Rawlins is a Trinidadian multidisciplinary artist. He explores the effect of media and post colonialism on identity, nationalism, and the cultural poetics and politics of life in Trinidad and Tobago. Noted exhibitions include NeoGlobal, Miami 2016, Bienal Internacional de Asuncion 2015, Paraguay, Jamaica Biennial 2014, Global Africa, NYC.

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