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Centerstitch

Centerstitch

Is there a link between fashion, media and school behaviour? Centerstitch takes the unique point of view of a young schoolboy, who is obsessed with his shoes. This film looks at the issues plaguing the local school system, such as bullying, unprotected sex, drug use and gambling.

Title:

Centerstitch

Director(s):

Celoi Carr

Year of Release:

2015

Region:

Trinidad & Tobago

Language:

English

Type / Genre:

Narrative Short

Runtime:

12 minutes

Rating:

PG

Showtimes:

Wed 20 Sept, 11.00am, MovieTowne Tobago Q+A

T+T Premiere


About the Director(s):

Celoi Carr

Celoi Carr

Celoi Carr is a 16-year-old student at Signal Hill Secondary School in Tobago with a passion for poetry and theatre arts.  Along with other students, she formed CDR and The Beacon Initiative, which focus on addressing social issues relevant to secondary-school students. The group placed second at the ttff/15 Secondary Schools’ Short Films Festival.

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