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.
Great news🤗📣 🥁Local film “HERO” lands in New York! Director Frances-Anne Solomon's acclaimed feature film HERO inspired by Trinidad and Tobago war hero Ulric Cross will have its U.S premiere at the 26th New York African Film Festival’s (NYAFF) Opening Night at the prestigious Film at Lincoln Center. 👏🏾🎬
📢 Calling all Caribbean producers, directors and teams with projects! Apply now for the Produire au Sud Workshop in Nantes, France, during the Festival de 3 Continents, a 40-year-old festival that features films from Africa, Asia and Latin America. The workshop aims to familiarize young producers based in those countries with a variety of important tools and international coproduction techniques by coaching individual projects in development. For more information, visit
On the margins of the 23rd European Film Festival (EFF), the EU Delegation presents a FREE workshop - Film as Activism - on Monday 13th, May from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm at the UTT's John S Donaldson Campus. Film advocacy is a powerful and often overlooked tool. This workshop is geared towards helping participants to understand advocacy in film: its practicality as a career choice, and its effectiveness in the era of social media and digital communication. Register now at .
📢 ACP – EU Culture Programme Call for Proposals “Support for ACP Audio-visual Co-production”, has been published recently. The deadline for submission of application is 3rd June 2019 at 4pm (Brussels date and time). The general objective of this call for proposals is to promote the economic and social development of the ACP countries through the emergence of the audiovisual sector, which is a driver of democratisation and human development. The Programme provides funding for audiovisual co-productions in addition to co-financing from existing European funds or funds from other partner countries, designed to support the audiovisual sector. Relevant documentation can be found on the following website links: 1. ; 2. and 3.