Everblessed in an exploration of church and dancehall culture in Jamaica; a meditation on the sacred and the profane and the fine line between them.

Everblessed (2016)








Nile Saulter and Jeremy Relph

Nile Saulter and Jeremy Relph

Nile Saulter and Jeremy Relph

Nile Saulter is a Jamaican director, cinematographer, photographer, and founding member of New Caribbean Cinema. His short films have been exhibited at The British Museum in London, The Michael Werner Gallery and the Grace Exhibition Space in New York. Various works have been screened at festivals in Toronto, Nigeria, Trinidad, Barbados, Cuba, St. Lucia, Jamaica, and London, where his short film Coast won the award for Best Cinematography at the Portobello Film Festival. He’s been sent on commercial assignments to both Brazil and Senegal, and has shot several short, fashion and documentary films for various regional and international brands.

Jeremy Relph is a journalist who specializes in stories set in crisis areas. He has an MA from the University of Manchester’s Creative Writing program and has published widely in publications including the New Yorker, Business Insider and the Toronto Star. He received a grant from the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting for his work on the crisis level violence in Honduras. He is currently focusing on San Pedro Sula, Honduras’ homicide department.

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