Directed By: Brandon James Gordon⎥ Canada ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 3m 42s ⎥
Follow married couple Tasha and Xavier King on their day through the East End of Toronto.
Directed By: Spacedread Films⎥ Canada ⎥ 2021 ⎥ 16m ⎥
Hip hop about life with style and with a background in traditional musical theatre, Canadian crew “SpacedreadFilms”, uses new age hip hop to tell comedic stories reflecting life as young black creators from Toronto.
Directed By: Aramis Garcia Gonzalez⎥ Canada ⎥ 2019 ⎥ 15m 24s ⎥
For years, the two friends Xiomara and Julie have been celebrating carnival together, but this year is different. Xiomara will move from Aruba to the Netherlands, so this ritual will never be the same again.
Directed By: Nathan Burland⎥ Canada ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 7m 45s ⎥
King (Jr.) Is exposed to the streets at age 12 and quickly becomes addicted to the quick pace of it. By 13 he is fully involved. By 16 he even has the scars to prove it. The rise to power is evident through a series of transcending events; however it comes at a cost as it drives his mother away. The truth behind what she really perceives of him is revealed. Jr, is no king, no provider nor man, he has no claim to respect. As you could imagine Jr is hurt. The truth will do that, yet it is mandatory. From that day, a seed is planted in Jr, and the strive to become better begins.
Directed By: Joris Arnolin Wolde⎥ Martinique ⎥ 2019 ⎥ 53min 59s⎥
How can we define youth and “Caribbean” identity in the 21st century ? We will try to find the answer, in listening some young caribbeans, specialists and a resourceful young woman called MADIKERA.————– (French) Qu’est-ce donc qu’être « jeune » et « antillais.e » à l’aube du IIIème millénaire ? Nous tenterons de répondre à cette question à travers les réflexions de jeunes antillais, de spécialistes, et d’une jeune débrouillarde surnommée MADIKERA.