22–28 Sept 2021
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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.

Centerstitch (2015)


Trinidad & Tobago






Celoi Carr

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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