CaribbeanTales, a Canadian film production charity was registered as a charity in 2014. Our mandate is to foster and encourage intercultural understanding, participation, dissemination, and creation of films that reflect the diversity of black and culturally diverse Canadian heritage.
The CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF), our flagship program, celebrates its 16th year in 2021.
The Creators of Colour Incubator Program encourages, and facilitates the creation of long-running series content.
The first and largest full-service film distribution company in the English-speaking Caribbean.
The CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF), our flagship program, celebrates its 18th year in 2023. CaribbeanTales is a Canadian film production charity that proudly supports CTFF as it celebrates the talents of established and emerging Caribbean and African filmmakers. The festival presents a multi-ethnic mix of exciting and dynamic films that showcase diverse and shared cultural stories.
According to the 2016 Census, there are nearly 2 million Canadians of Caribbean and African origin, not including those born in Canada. CTFF serves this important demographic, as well as those from the wide Caribbean Diaspora, including Europe, the Americas, China, India and the Middle East.
The Creators of Colour Training Program has hosted over 80 producers from around the world in the last 13 years. Creators of Colour Training has evolved to four main programs: Micro-Credentials, Creators of Colour Incubator, CTBISAP Entrepreneurship, and The Big Pitch. Our Canadian film production charity helps support the selected candidates to receive professional industry training.
Our activities would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. We kindly thank you.
CaribbeanTales is a registered Canadian charity (no. 87896 4618 RR0001) that creates, markets and distributes educational programs and products intended to promote racial equality in Canada through film and film production.
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