The fortnight of the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival was a seriously hectic period. Film screenings, workshops, discussion panels, cocktail receptions…there was so much to cover that we couldn’t possibly blog it all as it happened. Our cameras were constantly clicking, however. Here’s a sampling of stuff we chronicled but didn’t get to blog at the time.
The TTFF table in the MovieTowne foyer, being manned by TTFF volunteers, from left, Tyker Phillip, Jaron Forbes (in background) and Giselle Langton.
TTFF volunteers Karlene Morris and Alison Morris.
Princess “Where’s your pass?!” Donelan, TTFF MovieTowne Coordinator.
Volunteers Alison Morris and Michelle Roach answer a patron’s query.
Jamaican director Joel Burke, at a luncheon hosted at Veni Mangé Restaurant.
Artist Peter Doig of StudioFilmClub and filmmaker Issac Julien, at the Veni Mangé luncheon.
TTFF Associate Director Emilie Upczak, Filmmaker Kolton Lee, TTFF Guest Coordinator Rhiann Vialva, and Wendy Pearce, at the StudioFilmClub.
Poster for the film Jamesie: King of Scratch, directed by Andrea Leland.
TV presenter Marcia Henville goes through her Festival programme.
Buy the poster, the t-shirt…
…and the environment-friendly hemp bag!
Filmmakers Michael New, left, and Kolton Lee, at a cocktail reception.
Jamaican directors Nile Saulter and Storm Saulter, with TTFF Outreach Coordinator Dawn Cumberbatch.
A Festival patron makes a donation to the TTFF Haiti hurricane relief fund, set up to aid the victims of the hurricanes that recently ravaged the country.