Forward Ever: The Killing of a Revolution

Forward Ever: The Killing of a Revolution

The invasion of Grenada by US forces in 1983 echoed around the world and put an end to a unique experiment in Caribbean politics. What were the circumstances that led to this extraordinary chain of events? This comprehensive, gripping and revealing documentary tells the story of the Grenada revolution as never before. The film features extensive, previously unseen file footage, as well as old and new interviews with many of the key players of the time.


Forward Ever: The Killing of a Revolution


Bruce Paddington

Year of Release:



Trinidad and Tobago



Type / Genre:

Documentary Feature


150 minutes




Fri 20 Sept, 3.15pm, UWI, Q&A
Sun 22 Sept, 8.00pm, Little Carib Theatre, Q&A
Mon 30 Sept, 8.30pm, MovieTowne POS, Q&A

T+T Premiere

About the Director(s):

Bruce Paddington

Bruce Paddington

Bruce Paddington is a lecturer in film at the University of the West Indies and has co-edited a book on Caribbean cinema. His award-winning documentary, The Mennonites of Belize (2006), was screened at the Havana and Zanzibar film festivals, among others. He is the Founder and Festival Director of the trinidad+tobago film festival.

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