March 27, 2018

What My Mother Told Me – A RockN Review

It's March and Caribbean Tales is celebrating women! With that in mind, I decided to review the 1995 Trinbago film, What My Mother Told Me, directed by a woman, Frances-Anne Solomon and starring two women.
April 5, 2018

From Dirt is a work of art – A RedMango Review

From Dirt is a work of art (Curaçao) Redmangoreviews in its partnership CaribbeanTales-TV is shining a light on Caribbean women of film this month with its collection 30 Days of Women […]
April 5, 2018

HIV doc Invisible is a poignant film – A RedMango Review

HIV doc Invisible is a poignant film (Trinidad and Tobago) Redmangoreviews in its partnership CaribbeanTales-TV is shining a light on Caribbean women of film this month with its collection 30 Days […]
March 27, 2018

What My Mother Told Me – A RockN Review

It's March and Caribbean Tales is celebrating women! With that in mind, I decided to review the 1995 Trinbago film, What My Mother Told Me, directed by a woman, Frances-Anne Solomon and starring two women.
March 26, 2018

March is for Women of Colour Creators

With the rise of #MeToo and #TimesUp, women around the world are more powerful than ever.  This March, CaribbeanTales International Film Festival launches CineFAM 2018, our initiative recognising women of colour creators […]

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REVIEWS

April 5, 2018

From Dirt is a work of art – A RedMango Review

From Dirt is a work of art (Curaçao) Redmangoreviews in its partnership CaribbeanTales-TV is shining a light on Caribbean women of film this month with its collection 30 Days of Women […]
April 5, 2018

HIV doc Invisible is a poignant film – A RedMango Review

HIV doc Invisible is a poignant film (Trinidad and Tobago) Redmangoreviews in its partnership CaribbeanTales-TV is shining a light on Caribbean women of film this month with its collection 30 Days […]
March 27, 2018

What My Mother Told Me – A RockN Review

It's March and Caribbean Tales is celebrating women! With that in mind, I decided to review the 1995 Trinbago film, What My Mother Told Me, directed by a woman, Frances-Anne Solomon and starring two women.

ARTICLES

February 16, 2018

Battledream Chronicle – a review

In the still nascent Caribbean film industry you will find many shorts, documentaries and dramas. But there are times when you have a unique project that really stands out among the rest. Battledream Chronicle is one such film.
January 25, 2018

Review: Calypso Dreams is a Musical Treasure in 3 Slices

Review: Calypso Dreams is a Musical Treasure in 3 Slices Date: January 24, 2018 Author: redmangoreviews Julien Neaves
January 15, 2018

African-Canadian Filmmakers in Profile – Lea Marin

This week CaribbeanTales is profiling Lea Marin, a prolific producer with deep legs in the Canadian film community. Lea has been producing for almost 20 years, her films have accumulated multiple awards and attention.
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