Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Kayla's loyalty to her Caribbean parents is under attack as Mariah challenges her to get off the island and take her power as a Canadian teen, but a mysterious phone call compels her to choose her own path.

Best friends Kayla (Black 17, Loyal) and Mariah (Black, 17, Disruptive) have very different personalities. Kayla loves and respects her Caribbean parents; Mariah is ready to forget all things “island” and embrace her new environment with everything it offers, attitude and all. Kayla’s loyalty to her Caribbean parents is under attack as Mariah challenges her to get off the island and take her power as a Canadian teen, but a mysterious phone call compels Kayla to choose her own path. Life for Beverly (Black, 17, Fragile) is much different from that of Kayla and Mariah, as poverty is an added challenge that forces her into a world of different experiences. Now she’s at the end of her rope, and she’s going to do something about it.

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Awards

Caribbean Tales Film Festival
Toronto
Canada
September 22, 2022
World Premiere
Official Selection

 

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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions (2022)

Short (14mins) Narrative Drama

Region:

Canada

Language:

English

Rating:

No Rating

Producer(s):

Andy Marshall

Director(s):

Karl Hutchinson

Writer(s):

Karl Hutchinson

Showtimes:

Mon 25 Sep 2023, 3.00pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 10

Tue 26 Sep 2023, 5.30pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 10

Caribbean Premiere


Karl Hutchinson

Karl Hutchinson

Karl founded TKJ Productions in 2002 and has since written, directed, and produced more than 12 sold-out stage plays in the greater Toronto area. Three of his productions focused on children in the 9-13 age group. In the summer of 2017, Karl completed a project titled “Kofi and Kemisha’s Wedding” with comedian Jay Martin. This play addressed cultural differences between West Indians and Africans living in Canada. These experiences prompted DDD, a project focused on teenage life compounded by the cultural differences between Caribbean immigrants and their children. Karl is looking forward to bringing his writing and directing skills to the medium of a digital short form series.

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