Director: Rommel Hall
Country: Barbados
Year of Production: 2011
Total Running Time: 24 mins
Language: English
Genre: Mockumentary
Country: Canada
Year of Production: 2015
Total Running Time: 59 min
Language: English
Rating: PG



With: Yellowman, Mavado, Vybz Kartel, Daseca, Bugle, Bogle, Mr. Wacky, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Elephantman, Bunny Lee, Black Scorpio, Jammys, Tony Rebel, Queen Ifrica, Bongo Herman, Mighty Crown, Sample 6, Keiva the Diva, Tripple XXX, Sickinhead “50,” Jelly Brain, MOB, Famous, John Hype, Expressions, and more.
Sailbourne Entertainment (a European film production company) selects the Jones family to be the subject of their documentary: Life and Times in the Caribbean. It requires that a camera crew follow the family around for six days after which the family will receive $10,000 US. Irving (the patriarch of the family) signs the contract to do the show against Angela’s (his wife) wishes. Now, Irving, Angela, Tracy (their 17-year-old daughter) and Nathan (their 10-year-old son) have to coexist while the camera crew films their every move.

Keeping Up with the Joneses is a Barbadian sitcom with international flavour. It shows how a regular family deals with its day-to-day issues and aims to provide a highly entertaining package from which morals and values can be extracted from each episode.