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Forward Home: The power of the Caribbean diaspora
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directed by Lisa Wickham; produced by Lisa Wickham (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2011), 51 mins
Forward Home: The Power of the Caribbean Diaspora, a documentary filmed in nine countries, reveals the economic power of the people of the Caribbean Diaspora living in global cities as well as the significance of their contributions to their homeland, as travellers, expatriates and entrepreneurs. Forward Home is b...
directed by Lisa Wickham; produced by Lisa Wickham (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2011), 51 mins
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Literature Alive, Pam Mordecai: “Her True-True Name”
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in Literature Alive (Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution), 24 mins
Her writings contain a wide range of themes: Her poetry collections make vital links between Canada and Jamaica. Familial histories, school and community, exile and migration, and Jamaican rural culture.
in Literature Alive (Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution), 24 mins
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Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 5, Dany Laferrière: “Un Homme Dans Sa Ville”
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directed by France-Anne Solomon; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 5 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
His bold, innovative thinking stimulates critical discourse about Diasporic identity, challenges historical concepts and shifts traditional patterns of thought.
directed by France-Anne Solomon; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 5 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
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Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 8, Nalo Hopkinson: “Fabulous Spaces”
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directed by France-Anne Solomon and Ngardy Conteh\\\\; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Shana Calixte and Ngardy Conteh\\\\, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 8 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
Her feminist, science fiction themes clearly link to Caribbean folktales that derive from Aboriginal, African, European, Asian and South Asian histories and mythology.
directed by France-Anne Solomon and Ngardy Conteh\\\\; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Shana Calixte and Ngardy Conteh\\\\, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 8 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
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Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 9, Jemeni (Joanne Gairy): “Jemeni In The City”
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directed by Regan Macaulay; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Regan Macaulay, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 9 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
Love of the oral tradition, and her broad experience as a poet, spoken-word artist, writer, mentor, public speaker, hip-hop artist, and radio host made her a successful performance artist.
directed by Regan Macaulay; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Regan Macaulay, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 9 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
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Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 12, Olive Senior: “Gardening With Olive”
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directed by Tumelo E. Phali; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Velma Pollard, 1937-, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 12 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
Her work explores moral issues; for example, the environmental crisis brought on by single-crop agriculture and deforestation. Yet, she handles her subjects with subtle irony, humour and a relaxed tone.
directed by Tumelo E. Phali; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Velma Pollard, 1937-, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 12 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
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The Black Creoles
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directed by Martha Clarissa Hernández and María José Alvarez; produced by Martha Clarissa Hernández and María José Alvarez, Luna Films (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2011), 1 hour 25 mins
The documentary is an ethographic film. It narrates the negros arrival to Nicaragua Caribbean and the birth of the Creole. Humane geography that unveils ancient survival experiences . Day to day histories give us an insight into cultural and ancestral traditions of the different communities . Their vision, memorie...
directed by Martha Clarissa Hernández and María José Alvarez; produced by Martha Clarissa Hernández and María José Alvarez, Luna Films (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2011), 1 hour 25 mins
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Deported
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directed by Chantal Regnault and Rachèle Magloire; produced by Remi Grellety, Raoul Peck, 1953- and Rachèle Magloire, Productions Fanal and Velvet Film; interview by Chantal Regnault (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2012), 53 mins
A series of portraits that give voice to sentences offenders who on release from prison are deported to their home country, Haiti.
directed by Chantal Regnault and Rachèle Magloire; produced by Remi Grellety, Raoul Peck, 1953- and Rachèle Magloire, Productions Fanal and Velvet Film; interview by Chantal Regnault (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2012), 53 mins
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Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 1, Andre Alexis: “Memory Places”
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directed by France-Anne Solomon; produced by France-Anne Solomon, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 1 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
We travel with Alexis from his birthplace in Trinidad, to Ottawa where he spent his childhood, and finally to the Toronto neighborhood he now calls home.
directed by France-Anne Solomon; produced by France-Anne Solomon, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 1 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
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Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 10, M. Nourbese Philip: “Word Hammers”
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directed by Lana Lovell, 1947-; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Patricia Saunders, fl. 2009, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 10 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
She is a poet, novelist, and former lawyer. Not one to sit still, she takes on a power walk through the park with her friend, Dr. Patricia Saunders, and explores her use of language as a weapon.
directed by Lana Lovell, 1947-; produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, fl. 1994-2016, CaribbeanTales and LedaSerene Films; interview by Patricia Saunders, fl. 2009, in Literature Alive, Season 1, Episode 10 (Toronto, ON: Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution, 2005), 24 mins
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