St. Lucia Speaks

From inside the Prime Minister’s office to St. Lucia’s most economically-depressed town, this documentary explores the issue of violence against women. Is there a link with the Caribbean’s colonial past?

St. Lucia Speaks (2016)


St. Lucia






Nora Noone and Erica Moriarty

Nora Noone and Erica Moriarty

Since graduating from Ithaca College in New York, Nora Noone has held internships in New York and Los Angeles, including one in Refinery29’s Webby Award-winning Video Department. Her intent is to stimulate self-reflection, dialogue and positive change through visual storytelling.

Erica Moriarty currently works as a Video Fellow with The Atlantic in New York. She has produced documentaries including Chronicles of a Teen Killer and Stateless: Syrian Refugees.

ttff-2016 - St. Lucia Speaks (original title) - Director's Photo [270058]  ttff-2016 - St. Lucia Speaks (original title) - Director's Photo [270057]

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