The Trinidad & Tobago Film Company Limited (FilmTT) is a state agency established in 2006 to facilitate the development of the film industry in Trinidad and Tobago. As a subsidiary of the Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT), FilmTT provides logistical support and film commission services such as location scouting and research and acts as a liaison with industry partners, the community, production houses and Government agencies.
UTT's Academy for the Performing Arts presents the Acting Studio Class of 2018's showcase of original, one-person dramatic pieces - "Sounds from the Ground Up". Saturday April 14th and Sunday April 15th, 2018. Both nights' performances at 7 pm sharp in Theatre 2 (Room 123) in the UTT campus at NAPA (Keate Street entrance). Two nights, six actors - three different actors each night - a must-see on both nights!! A new, exciting company of young actors sounding off, one-by-one, stories of the people we encounter, may have encountered...or are yet still to encounter... Admission: FREE!!! To reserve your seat(s) for the performances of "Sounds from the Ground Up" you must email any one of the following: Christy Maynard firstname.lastname@example.org Nafilia McIntyre email@example.com Kenelle Alphonse firstname.lastname@example.org Narad Mahabir email@example.com Oba Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org Floyde Rudder email@example.com
The Ministry of Community Development Culture and the Arts has opened its call for applications to participate in the 6th installment of Mentoring by the Masters.This year's group of esteemed cultural icons will mentor participants in The Enterprise of the Arts, Discovering the Fashion Industry, Let's Make a Show, The Pierrot Grenade In and Out of Carnival & The Art and Practice of the Story. If you are interested in developing your creative skills with one of these mentors, please review the program's guidelines and complete your application here. The deadline for submission of applications is Friday 20th April, 2018. Space is limited so apply today. For more information, call 225-4023 ext 4059 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Mentoring by the Masters is a project of the Artist Registry of Trinidad and Tobago (ARTT).
Trinidad and Tobago films “Moving Parts”, directed by Emilie Upczak, and “Unfinished Sentences” by Mariel Brown, are screening this week at the International Film Festival Panama, April 5-11 2018. “Moving Parts” was the last project to receive grant and equity funding from the film company, and has already screened to enthusiastic audiences in Denver, San Francisco, Havana, Martinique and Guadeloupe, since its international premiere late last year. “Unfinished Sentences” confirmed its sales agent, Habanero Film Sales, before its premiere at Panama. Congratulations to Emilie, Mariel and their teams, and we look forward to seeing these latest films on screens in Trinidad and Tobago.