Cane Harvest

Based on a poem by Philip Nanton, this short film is a personal response to sugarcane harvesting in Barbados. The story plays with the language of cane and harvesting and can also be seen as a tribute to Ogun, the Orisha god of iron, aggression and survival.

Cane Harvest (2011)

Region:

Barbados

Language:

English

Rating:

GA

Director(s):

Philip Nanton


Philip Nanton

Philip Nanton is a St Vincent-born creative writer who lives in Barbados. Cane Harvest is his second short film and he is currently working on a third.

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