Jonkonnu Nuh Dead

Jonkonnu Nuh Dead is a dream like exploration into the world of Carlton Walters’ experiences into what drew him into world of traditionally masquerade. It is one of the oldest dance forms found in Jamaica, but over the decades it has been marginalized.


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Jonkonnu Nuh Dead (2022)

Short (6mins) Documentary






No Rating


Vinton Eccleston


Ryan Eccleston


Ryan Eccleston | Carlton Walters


Sun 24 Sep 2023, 3.00pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 09

Mon 25 Sep 2023, 3.00pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 09 Q+A

Tue 26 Sep 2023, 1.00pm, NALIS—AV Room

Ryan Eccleston

Ryan Eccleston

Ryan Eccleston is an award winning Photographer/Filmmaker. Born 1980 in Kingston, Jamaica, he is an Alumnus of The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, where he studied Filmmaking, Broadcasting and Photography. Eccleston’s work has been exhibited at the United Nations HQ, Trinidad and Tobago, Greece, Art Basel Miami, Switzerland and Jamaica. He spent most of his life traveling and living in several countries including the USA , Egypt and Israel. This nomadic childhood allowed him to see and experience different cultures, which sparked his curiosity. This curiosity informs the way he approaches the subjects he wants to cover. In 2008, Eccleston moved to Ethiopia where he worked for several years as a photographer and cinematography consultant. During this time, he traveled extensively throughout Eastern Africa. Much of Eccleston’s work deals with the issues of identity, culture, faith, economics and legacy.

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