Social Injustice

Directors: Kivonne Ramsawak, Zahra Gibbons
2011, Trinidad+Tobago
Documentary short / 24 minutes / 16+


This film goes inside the Youth Training Centre and uncovers the stories of three young men, remanded for crimes ranging from larceny to murder. Their gripping testimonies make the case that social factors such as an inadequate education system and familial neglect contribute to the problem of crime that continues to plague our nation’s youth.

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Kivonne Ramsawak is a final-year student at the Film Programme, UWI, St Augustine. His main areas of expertise are motion graphics design, sound design and media research.

Zahra Gibbons, a Trinidad and Tobago video professional, studied Video Production at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. She has worked on music videos, and film productions for companies such as BET-J and MTV/UNICEF. She is a final-year student at the Film Programme, UWI, St Augustine.



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