CaribbeanTales International Film Festival 2022

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CaribbeanTales “The Big Pitch”

Toronto, On – CaribbeanTales Media Group, (CTMGfounded by filmmaker, producer & member of the Directors Branch Executive Committee of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesFrances-Anne Solomon announced this year’s “The Big Pitch” will take place on September 11th.  “The Big Pitch,” in partnership with the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), runs from 9am – 11am and will be followed by CTMG’s Red Hot networking mixer (11am-12:30pm). The event takes place at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Luma lounge.  

 

Nine emerging mid-career BIPOC filmmakers have been carefully selected from CaribbeanTales Black Incubator and Studio Access Project (CTBISAP) and the CineFam Limitless Incubator have been chosen to participate in “The Big Pitch” on September 11, 2022.  The highly competitive incubator programs provide opportunities to BIPOC filmmakers to acquire skill sets and training that will help ensure their success & culminates with “The Big Pitch.” This year’s chosen participants have the opportunity to pitch their projects to a group of industry leaders put together by CaribbeanTales Media Group.  The filmmakers will present their projects to top Canadian and international broadcasters and distributors for cash, mentorship, and support for their projects.

WHAT: The Big Pitch in partnership with Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)

 

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CaribbeanTales International Film Festival 2016

CaribbeanTales International Film Festival

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS

Celebrating the 11th Anniversary: CaribbeanTales International Film Festival

Acknowledges 2016 Award Winners CaribbeanTales International Film Festival
Hosted by: Frances Anne Solomon Filmmaker/Founder, CaribbeanTales, Executive Director CaribbeanTales International Film Festival, CaribbeanTales Incubator Program, Chief Executive Officer, CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution, CaribbeanTales-TV, CaribbeanTalesFlix

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Best Feature:
Diary of a Badman
Diemiruaya Deniran, Jamaica/USA, 2016, 107 minutes, Canadian Premiere

Best Documentary:
Si Bondye Vle Yuli (God Wiling, Yuli)
Jean Jean, Dominican Republic, 2015, 70 minutes, Spanish with English subtitles, Canadian Premiere

Caribbean Spirit Feature:
Battledream Chronicle
Alain Bidard, Martinique, 2015, 109 minutes, French with English subtitles, Toronto Premiere

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS

Best Actor/Actress:
Jacinth Sutphin as Simone Williams in Diary of a Badman
Diemiruaya Deniran, Jamaica/USA, 2016, 107 minutes, Canadian Premiere

Best Short:
Ti Coq
Nadia Charlery, Martinique, 2015, Montreal; 22 minutes, French with English Subtitles

Caribbean Spirit Short:
Dreams in Transit
Karen Martinez, TnT/UK, 2015, 30 minutes, English

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS

Best Canadian Presentation:
50 Years of Black Activism
Canada 2015, English, Canadian Premiere, 50 minutes
Presented by The Akua Benjamin Legacy Project and Ryerson University
Executive Producer – Alison Duke
Book of Love: The Legacy of Gwen and Lenny Johnson of Third World Books and Crafts, dir by Sarah Michelle Brown
Charley: The Legacy of Charles Roach, dir. by Laurie Townshend
Dudley Speaks for Me: the legacy of Dudley Laws, dir. by Ngardy Conteh George
Where is Marlene Green, dir. by Ella Cooper
Rosie: The Fearless Rebel: The legacy of Rosie Douglas, dir. Sonia Godding Togobo

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS

2016 CaribbeanTales Incubator Program
Presented by Flow and Co-sponsored by Telefilm Canada and Ontario Media Development Corporation

The 7th Annual CaribbeanTales Market Incubator (CTI) is a development and production hub for Caribbean and Diaspora producers, whose aim is to increase the volume of compelling world-class content from the Caribbean region. Flow is the lead sponsor of the CTI, as part of its commitment to developing the regional industry. And, for the first time, three winning projects will receive pilot funding from Flow.

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS

CTi Incubator Jury 1st Prize
Alain Bidard, Martinique
Battledream Chronicles is an animated science fiction fantasy series adapted from his feature film of the same name. Battledream — the first – feature-length animation from the Francophone Caribbean

CTi Incubator Jury 2nd Prize
Kafi Kareem Farrell, Trinidad and Tobago
Screenwriter and multi-platform media producer Farrell for Big Man Dan, an off-beat animation series.

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS

CTi Incubator Jury 3rd Prize
Juliette McCawley, Trinidad and Tobago (sponsored by the Trinidad and Tobago Film Company)
From actress, director and producer McCawley, Bitter Fruit, is a gripping telenovela full of intrigue and betrayal.

Blockchain Revolution Audience Choice Award*
Alain Bidard

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS

CARIBBEANTALES ANNOUNCES 2015 WINNERS