Every year we host several workshops aimed at improving the skills of filmmaking professionals, from directors to screenwriters to actors. We also seminars and discussion panels on film financing and distribution, and other hot-button issues affecting independent filmmakers. The filmmakers panel provides a public platform for local and visiting filmmakers to discuss their craft, from the creative idea to production to the business of financing, marketing and, ultimately, distributing their films. These panels (which also double as press conferences) provide an opportunity for local, regional and international filmmakers to come together to discuss the shared experience of making films within an independent industry context.
— Published on 23rd March 2017
The trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) is inviting all Tobago-based filmmakers to sign up for its one-day intensive, film development workshop, to be held on 22 April 2017, at the Shaw Park Complex as part of the inaugural Tobago Jazz Film Festival. The Tobago Jazz Film Festival, presented by Flow and the ttff, will be held […]
— Published on 16th March 2017
The three-day intensive workshop will be facilitated by Canadian-Jamaican film professional, Annemarie Morais, from 24 – 26 March 2017. Under her guidance, participants will be supported in further developing their screenwriting skills, to international industry standards.
— Published on 15th March 2017
Following on from the successful Caribbean Film Mart launched at ttff/15, ttff will host a second Caribbean Film Mart during this year’s festival.
— Published on 24th February 2017
Under the guidance of Canadian-Jamaican film professional, Annmarie Morais, ten – fifteen participants will be given the opportunity to develop the craft of screenwriting, to international standards.
— Published on 21st February 2017
The five day workshop, from 08 – 12 March, is designed to introduce the concept and practice of good script development by focusing on the role of the story editor and how they work with screenwriters and producers. It will be facilitated by international script development consultant, Ludo Smolski, who is also a Tutor for the National Film and Television School’s Postgraduate Diploma in Script Development.