The Trinidad and Tobago Film Company Limited (FilmTT) is the state agency established in 2006 to facilitate the growth and development of the film and audio-visual sector in Trinidad & Tobago. As a subsidiary of the Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited, FilmTT works on all aspects of film sector development, promotes Trinidad & Tobago as a film production location, and provides Film Commission services to local and incoming productions. FilmTT’s mission is to maximise the economic and creative potential of Trinidad and Tobago’s screen industries for the benefit of the country and its people.
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta adds to the growing interest in Trinidad and Tobago as a location that offers much more than the standard Caribbean prototype of sun, sea and sand. With the help of US-based Trinidadian line producer, Sherrese Moise, the programme’s executive producers, Mona Scott-Young and Stephanie Gayle of Monami Entertainment, selected Trinidad and Tobago’s locations and its world-renowned brand of Carnival to be the exciting backdrop for two episodes of the show’s 8th season. CEO Lisa Wickham, through her local production company @imagine_media_international_ was responsible for assisting with this project. FILMTT hosted some members of the cast and executives of VH1’s popular reality TV show franchise, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, at the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre, St. Ann’s for an intimate Carnival-themed reception to close the production and carefully-scheduled taping of the famous series in Trinidad during the Carnival 2019 season. #FBF
#Flashback to last weekend's visit to NYC for the @caribbeanfilm and @third_eye_thirst event, "Caribbean Film Series". #FIilmTT General Manager, Nneka Luke shared insight on the #868 local film scene. Also on the panel was Christopher Benjamin, Vice Counsel of Trade and Investment at the Consulate General of Jamaica. They both spoke with Tamara Best on the topic of Caribbean Cinema: Past, Present & Future @ Brooklyn, New York