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.
We are more than beautiful beaches. “Trinidad and Tobago is a unique setting, in that it is not just a tropical backdrop with plenty of beaches, it also offers unique historical and modern architecture, as well as a diverse population of persons from the African diaspora, East Indian, China, Lebanon, Syria and parts of Europe. The diversity of the people and locations made for a beautiful film with many of our audiences noting that Trinidad comes across in the movie as an interesting and dynamic place." Director of "Moving Parts" Emilie Upczak
Happening This Weekend! Saturday 26th May, 2018 Film Screening Portrait of Trinidad $60 pre-sold tickets $80 by the door. Refreshments on sale. UNIVERSITY Students 1/2 price by door with valid ID Contact: 482 6074 for pre-sold tickets Tickets also available at EAST YARD Kato's Place and Paper Based Bookshop
The creative industries are fundamental to the economic growth and development of Trinidad and Tobago. To achieve this growth and development of the creative sector, Intellectual Property (IP) is a critical tool to promote creativity, protect assets, generate income and stimulate economic development. Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business offers an Intellectual Property for Creative Industries workshop on June 9th and 10th 2018 from 9am - 4pm at Lok Jack GSB Mt. Hope Campus. Participants will learn how they can better protect and exploit their IP assets to become more competitive. To register and for additional information, please contact email@example.com or call 645-6700 ext 411/155.
We are pleased to announce that for the first time, there are two feature films from Trinidad and Tobago in the Cannes Film Market, presented by their respective sales agents: Moving Parts by Emilie Upczak (Flourishing Films from LA) and Unfinished Sentences by Mariel Brown (Habanero Film Sales from Brazil).
WORKSHOP ALERT! Thursday 10th May, 2018 5 - 8 pm, UTT Wrightson Rd. “Creating Visual Looks Of Motion Pictures“. Lecturer: Knipp Kühl from Hamburg, Germany. Lecture is open to all interested filmmakers and people with out prior knowledge on this field. Admission free. Sponsored by the German Embassy. See attached event page link!