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From Colonization to Cake Soap Colorism in Jamaican Society

From Colonization to Cake Soap Colorism in Jamaican Society

This short documentary addresses the issue of Colorism in Jamaica, both on the island and abroad, and the emotional and physical impact it has had on Jamaican people.

Title:

From Colonization to Cake Soap Colorism in Jamaican Society

Director(s):

Zoe Davidson

Year of Release:

2018

Region:

Jamaica

Language:

English

Type / Genre:

Documentary

Runtime:

25 minutes

Rating:

14+

Showtimes:

Fri 21 Sep 2018, 6.00pm, MovieTowne, POS - Screen 8

Fri 21 Sep 2018, 5.00pm, The University of the West Indies

Mon 24 Sep 2018, 4.00pm, MovieTowne, Tobago

Tue 25 Sep 2018, 6.00pm, MovieTowne, San'Do - Screen 4

T+T Premiere


About the Director(s):

Zoe Davidson

Zoe Davidson

Zoë Davidson is an MFA in Film student at Howard University.  She was born and raised in Toronto and is is also an actress and an avid photographer.To The Brown Girl in the Room was her first major film, inspired by the experiences she had as a student as a liberal arts student in Ohio.

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