“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
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,
A highly talented 33-year old who has spent his life in a wheelchair because of his physical condition, acquired at birth, known as cerebral palsy, Astro is an artist. While his physical condition has severely limited his body movements, Astro uses a special device that allows him to make beautiful
The Caribbean’s preeminent filmmaker collective New Caribbean Cinema, founded by filmmakers Storm Saulter and Michelle Serieux, are launching their new portmanteau film RING DI ALARM!. The film which showcases seven short stories by six visionary Caribbean directors: Joel Burke, Nile Saulter, Kyle Chin, Michael ‘Ras Tingle’ Tingling, Storm Saulter and Michelle
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.
For those of you who still haven’t seen the award winning Jamaican movie, “Better Mus Come” yet, the film has been on a very healthy run winning multiple film festival awards in 2011. The film enjoyed a successful Canadian premiere recently with SOLD OUT screenings at the TIFF Bell Lightbox,
“Wicked Games” – The Weeknd – Dir: Storm from Dark Cloud Projects on Vimeo. Check out this new video by Jamaican director Storm Saulter. The song “Wicked Games” is by The Weekend and was shot on location here in Jamaica, in Portland. For more on the-weeknd.com and to follow them on
Video highlights from the Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp (more here) – fabulous production for Red Bull by New Caribbean Cinema (Storm Saulter, Nile Saulter & Michelle Serieux).