The curtain officially came down on the third annual Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival last evening, with an awards ceremony and wrap party at the Verandah restaurant in St Clair.
It’s been a tiring but thoroughly enjoyable two weeks. More than this, though, as TTFF Director Marina Salandy-Brown pointed out, the Festival has been an overwhelming success; far and away the best yet. More analysis is to come, but for now, enjoy the following pix.
TTFF Associate Director Annabelle Alcazar presents the People’s Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature Film to fellow Associate Director Emilie Upczak (and her son Gideon), on behalf of director Kolton Lee, for his romantic comedy Cherps.
Carla Foderingham of the Trinidad and Tobago Film Company presents the People’s Choice Award for Best Documentary Film to the crew of the Siege – director Junior Andrew Lett, writer Francesca Hawkins and editor Dion Boucaud.