The Radical Innocence of Jackie Hinkson

The Radical Innocence of Jackie Hinkson

Jackie Hinkson is one of the Caribbean’s greatest living artists, and has been painting the landscape of his native Trinidad and Tobago for over five decades. The film asks: “Why look at a work of art?” and an answer is proposed by looking  at Hinkson’s artistic themes and his media, with commentary from the artist himself.

The Radical Innocence of Jackie Hinkson (2013)

Region:

Trinidad and Tobago

Language:

English

Rating:

GA

Director(s):

Kim Johnson


Kim Johnson

Kim Johnson

Kim Johnson is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of T&T. His first film was The Audacity of the Creole Imagination (ttff/10), about pan. He went on to direct Learning to Look (ttff/11), about the deaf community, and is at present co-producing PAN! A Modern Odyssey, a feature-length docu-drama about the national instrument.

View the #filmmakerfriday Playlist on Youtube

ttff/21 Merchandise

Buy tickets for our screenings.

Invitation to submit your film to ttff/21.

The Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival would like to acknowledge the generous support of our sponsors.

Leading Sponsors


Contributing Sponsors


Programming Partners

Join Our Mailinglist

* indicates required

Contact Us

22 Jerningham Ave,
Belmont, Port of Spain,
Trinidad and Tobago, WI

Tel: 1.868.323.3228