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Film: Festival

caribBeing presents 3rd Annual Flatbush Film Festival: West Indian Edition


Opens Thursday Oct 25, 2012

Oct 25, 2012 – Dec 5, 2012



Various cinemas



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This year's Flatbush Film Festival showcases classic and contemporary West Indian cinema. For three consecutive weeks, caribBeing presents a vast array of films from Trinidad, Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba, Gaudeloupe, Mauritania, the UK, and US. Fulfilling its mission of community-building through Carribean art and cinema, caribBeing provides a platform for filmmakers and aficionados from both Caribbean and non-Caribbean descent. Courtesy of several Caribbean and Flatbush community establishments, food and refreshments are provided at the screenings. At the the first film showing of the cult classic Pressure, director Horace Ove participates in a post-screening Q&A session; don't miss it if you can help it!

Laura Benigno, Flavorpill


Due to Hurricane Sandy some films have been rescheduled.


Flavorpill is a proud media sponsor of this event.

caribBeing says…

Film Lovers & Caribbean Enthusiasts! caribFilm, a division of caribBeing, a boutique non-profit based in Flatbush whose mission is to "build community through the lens of Carribean art, culture, and cinema", presents 11 classic and contemporary films in 7 nights with 4 US Premieres including Ring di Alarm! (Jamaica), No Soca, No Life (Trinidad & Tobago), Cabbie Chronicles (Jamaica) and an encore presentation of the popular, I'm Santana, The Movie (Trinidad & Tobago) throught three cinemas, started at Maysles Theater, TriBeCa Cinema, Brooklyn Heights Cinema, and Brooklyn College.