CALYPSO ROSE, the Lioness of the Jungle, New Documentary Acquired by PBS

“Calypso Rose: The Lioness of the Jungle”, a new film by Pascale Obolo, has been acquired by PBS and will be broadcast to millions of US households during the course of this year.

The film is now enjoying exposure in many regional and international festivals.

On 20th July 2012, it will open the 10th Black Women’s Film Festival which will take place in the Kaiser Lakeside Theatre, Oakland, California.

Calypso Rose: The film

According to information shared by Maturity Productions, Calypso Rose is an ambassador of Caribbean music – an exemplary artist, a living legend, a charismatic character, the uncontested diva of Calypso Music – often compared to great black singers such as Aretha Franklyn, Myriam Makeba or Cesaria Evora.

Read more at Visual and Performing Arts Jamaica

For more about Calypso Rose

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