Participating Filmmakers

2011 CT Content Incubator Program

Alison Tabois LatchmanAlison Tabois Latchman serves as CEO and writer at Alycone Animation (pronounced Al-sahy-uh-nee), the studio behind Cabbie Chronicles, an animated farce about a Jamaican taxi driver. At the Animae Caribe Animation and New Media Festival held in Trinidad, November 2010, Cabbie Chronicles won the coveted DEW Best Caribbean Animation Award. Read more…

 

CT starfishAlwin Bully

 

 

 

CT starfishDouglas Newton

 

 

 

Faisal LutchmedialFaisal Lutchmedial is a Canadian filmmaker of both East and West Indian descent. His first film, My Cultural Divide, opened at the Montreal World Film Festival and went on to play to excellent reviews worldwide. This unique documentary explores heritage, culture, and the 2nd generation immigrant experience – all while investigating sweatshop labour in his mother’s native Bangladesh. Read more…

 

MaharakiMaharaki has a BFA in Motion Picture Directing. Presently, she lives and works in Barbados where she produces and directs music videos, advertisements and TV. Her short film, DIG IT, won the Grand Jury Prize and Best Acting Performance (Édouard Montoute) at La Cinémathèque de Paris and became a favourite at a number of film festivals worldwide. Read more…

 

Marc GibsonIn 2009, Marc Gibson distinguished himself by being the only participant of the Community Development Department’s 12-week film course to direct and produce two short films. One of these films, Suspicion, was an original story penned by Marc. Suspicion screened at two Barbadian film festivals later that same year: the Bridgetown Film Festival and the inaugural Kingdom Arts Film Festival. Read more…

 

CT starfishSara Venable