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We are proud to present our second annual Caribbean Cinematic Festival, featuring film, dance, spoken word, photography, discussion and food. This event is free and open to the public. Donations are welcome. Come take a journey to the Caribbean Islands with us.
6:00pm Table talk with Director and Producer Frances-Anne Solomon led by Prof. Cecilia Green
7:00pm Screening: What My Mother Told Me
6:30pm Photovoice Exhibition, “Our Community , Our Vision, Our Voices” followed by talk and book signing of “A Place We Call Home: Gender, Race, & Justice in Syracuse” (Syracuse University Press, Fall 2012) by Prof. Kishi Animashaun Ducre
Friday, February 8
6:30 – 7:30pm Spoken Word Theatrical Performance by Roger Bonair-Agard, veteran spoken-word artist and two-time National Poetry Slam Champion
8:00pm Screening: Calypso Rose: Lioness of the Jungle
12:00pm-1:30pm Spoken Word Workshop with Roger Bonair-Agard (Downtown Writers Center – YMCA of Central NY followed by a discussion
12:00pm Screening: Queen of Myself: Las Krudas d’Cuba followed by a discussion with Director and Producer Celiany Rivera
2:00pm Screening: Taboo…Yardies followed by a discussion with Filmmaker Selena Blake and facilitated by Prof. Kevin Browne
6:00pm Performance by Bronx-based dance theater company, Areytos Performance Works followed by artist talk and workshop
12:00pm Sunday Caribbean Brunch followed by a discussion, ‘Food and Sensibilities of the Caribbean with Asomgyee Pamoja’
2:00pm Screening: Art, Craft or Soul followed by a discussion with Director and Producer Sandra Stephens and a kids craft project.
3:00pm Screening: Haiti: One Day, One Destiny
3:30pm Screening: Cuban Roots/Bronx Stories followed by a discussion with Prof. Danielle Brown