Movement Of The People: Lubaraun (F) | Jamaican Rhapsody (S)

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CaribbeanTales International Film Festival says
Host: Dianne Roberts (Director, Dramaturge and Cultural Animator)

Talk-back with: Melanie J. Newton (Director of Caribbean Studies at New College, Associate Professor of History at the University of Toronto), Zainab Amadahy (Social justice activist, Screenwriter)

Co-presented with: The Caribbean Studies Program at the University of Toronto, imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

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Jamaican Rhapsody (s) dir: Paddy Hayes
Ireland/Jamaica | 2015 | 39 min | Celtic subtitled in English) | PG

In a musical voyage that brings him from Trenchtown to the Trelawny maroons, from Inna De Yard to a Nyabinghi groundation ceremony, Belfast troubador Gearóid Mac Lochlainn’s musical pilgrame to Jamaica looks beyond the famous recording studios to the very roots of roots Reggae.

The documentary features interviews and searing musical contributions from, among others: Earl Chinna Smith, Mutabaruka, Sly & Robbie, Prof I, The Jolly Boys, Freddie McGregor… and many more…

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LUBARAUN (f) dir: María José Álvarez
Nicaragua | 2014 | 65 min | Garifuna, Spanish and Creole English; subtitled in English | PG

Lubaraun is an ethnographic film with road movie elements filmed on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua and Honduras; where endearing characters reveal the cosmo-vision of the Garifuna nation.

The film gives voice to a people who have lived in resistance to colonialism, and now struggle to maintain their identity, as well as their humanist and environmentally friendly way of living. The poignant journey of an elder from the Orinoco Garifuna community back to the land of his ancestors on the mainland highlights the heritage of the Garifuna people in their similar way of living, respect for each other and the love of family.
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By: CaribbeanTales International Film Festival