“Better Mus’ Come” Making UK Television Debut This Weekend
“Better Mus’ Come” will make its UK television debut this coming weekend on BBC Two. This is the first time in nearly 50 years that the BBC has licensed a Jamaican movie. Below is the broadcast schedule: Better Mus’ Come – BBC Two: bbc.co.uk/programmes Congrats to Director Storm Saulter and
Better Mus’ Come to be Released in US Theatres March 15
At long last BETTER MUS’ COME will be released in US theaters on March 15, 2013. Storm Saulter’s Jamaican Epic BETTER MUS’ COME will be released at the African-American Film Festival in New York and Los Angeles on March 15. The theatrical release will be preceded by simultaneous one-night engagements in Philadelphia,
BEYOND – A Fashion Film, One of the KOTE Short Films
Here is one of the KOTE short films, BEYOND – A Fashion Film, that was shown on Monday night, directed by Storm and Nile Saulter for Lubica‘s new 2012 fashion collection. Another of the short films shown on Monday was Astro Saulter introduces his artwork to the world.
Ghett’A Life – A Must See Jamaican Movie
Here’s an interview from TALLAWAH with the director/writer/producer Chris Browne of the latest Jamaican movie Ghett’A Life to hit the big screens. The movie is “an against the odds action drama set in a politically turbulent inner city community of Kingston. Derrick, a determined inner city teenager realizes his dream of
New Jamaican Movie “Ghett’A Life” Coming This Summer
Here’s the trailer from “Ghett’A Life”, the latest Jamaican film about to hit the big screen. Written and directed by local film maker, Chris Browne, “Ghett’A Life” is scheduled to be released in local cinemas this summer. The movie tells the story of an inner-city youth who discovers boxing but faces challenges due
Cabbie Chronicles, Winner of Best Caribbean Animation Award at Animae Caribe Animation
Check out this hilarious short Jamaican animated film! This Jamaican entry was the winner of the Best Caribbean Animation Award at Animae Caribe Animation and New Media Festival 2010. For more see YouTube.