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ttff/11 at WeBeat, 7th June 2011

trinidad+tobago film festival
invites you to
ttff/11 at WeBeat

Admission: Free

St James Amphitheatre, Western Main Road
Tuesday 07 June
7-9pm

Here’s another ttff/11 movie night you won’t want to miss:

We’re bringing you two movies during this year’s WeBeat celebrations in St James and we hope you’ll join us on Tuesday, June 7, from 7-9pm at the St James Amphitheatre. We’ll be showing Africa Unite, a sure hit for fans of reggae music and Bob Marley, and The Suspect, a dramatic short by Trinidadian director Leroy Smart.

The Suspect premiered in 2010 at the ttff. The action takes place on a bus, where a passenger begins to suspect that a crime is about to take place.

Africa Unite (USA, 2008) brings together the family of Robert Nesta Marley as they celebrate in music what would have been the reggae giant’s 60th birthday. The movie follows three generations of Marleys as they journey to Ethiopia in 2005 for the annual Africa Unite concert in Addis Ababa. The concert features music from the younger generation and rare footage of their legendary relative in action, as they promote his vision for a united Africa. The movie was directed by Stephanie Black.

Hope to see you there!

Food and beverages will be available for sale.

Come catch a couple of great movies!

 

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The Suspect
Director: Leroy Smart
Country: Trinidad and Tobago
Genre: Dramatic short
Year: 2010
Duration: 7′

A passenger on a bus begins to suspect that a crime is about to take place. Is he right, or merely being paranoid?
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Africa Unite
Director: Stephanie Black
Country: USA
Genre: Documentary
Year: 2008
Duration: 92′
View on IMDB

Part tribute concert and part travelogue, Africa Unitebrings together the family of Robert Nesta Marley as they celebrate in music what would have been the reggae giant’s 60th birthday. The movie follows three generations of Marleys as they journey to Ethiopia in 2005 for the annual Africa Unite concert in Addis Ababa. The concert features music from the younger generation and rare footage of their legendary relative in action, as they promote his vision for a united Africa.
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