Stick Is Life

Moko Jumbies tradition is back to small Caribbean island of Trinidad & Tobago. Moko Jumbie is a Caribbean term for a stilt-walker; culturally it refers to an ancestral spirit.

In 2022, the full Trinidadian Moko Jumbie community came together, forgetting any conflicts, beefs or disputes between them, for first time, to share a jab circle with residents in Point Fortin—home of Trinidad and Tobago’s first known Moko Jumbie, Dexter Stewart. The jab circle is a space dedicated to bringing all Moko Jumbies together.


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Stick Is Life (2023)

Short (10mins) Documentary


Trinidad and Tobago




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Miquel Galofre


Miquel Galofre


Sun 24 Sep 2023, 5.30pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 09

Sun 24 Sep 2023, 3.00pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 10

Wed 27 Sep 2023, 5.30pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 10 Best Documentary Short

T+T Premiere

Miquel Galofre

Miquel Galofre

Miquel is a filmmaker from Barcelona based in Trinidad and Tobago. With broad experience in documentary film production, television and commercials, he has filmed around the world. He moved to Trinidad 10 years ago, where his passion for photography exploded. His posts on Instagram are like ray of Caribbean sun. His works show empathy and sensitivity about social justice topics trying to help to reduce the negative impact of stigma.

Miquel looks for hope and magic even in the darkest places. His acclaimed films “Songs of Redemption” and “Art Connect” got more than 20 international awards. With ten Caribbean films in ten years, he currently works as creative director at T&T Rocks.

You can check his work at

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