Kaleb DAguilar | Short | 3 mins | 2017 | Jamaica/USA | English
Set to the backdrop of “Epilogue” a poem by Kei Miller, This film explores the dynamic of closeting within a young gay relationship, and how “hiding in the dark” may lead to a destructive end. However, Miller’s poetry attempts to offer some optimism for the ability of queer Caribbean relationships to rise again after an unfortunate end.
Daniel Edward Hyde | Short | 12 mins | 2016 | Belize/USA | English | G
On a small remote island, one man lives almost completely isolated from civilization. This dryly humorous film muses playfully on how much we can really remove ourselves from the ‘developed’ world.
Dylan Quesnel | Short | 21 mins | 2016 |Trinidad and Tobago/Canada | G | HD
Small Change is a short Caribbean based documentary shot entirely in Trinidad & Tobago which is based around climate change in a local context, with special focus on the oil based economy which is crashing, and the social, economic and environmental benefits which can come from ‘going green’. It was produced in 2016 by members of IAMovement, a youth-led non-profit organization which hosted the 2014 and 2015 People’s Climate Marches in Port of Spain, during key UN Summits in NYC and Paris.