Premiered at BFI this September... Experience the East Midlands premiere at New Art Exchange this Thursday!
Thursday 11 October, 7pm – 8.30pm
(Presented in association with Stella Vision)
Dir: Various, 90 minutes.
Ring di Alarm premiered this September at the British Film Institute, London, to a fully booked audience. It was then shown at Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival later in the month. We are very privileged to have a screening at New Art Exchange this Thursday 7pm-8.30pm!
The series of feature films is a Caribbean co-production, jointly produced by Storm Saulter from Jamaica and the St Lucian, Michelle Serieux of New Caribbean Cinema (NCC). NCC is a fresh, pioneering approach to film-making in the Caribbean that proposes to present the world with a showcase of creative artistry from the regions up and coming filmmakers.
Ring di Alarm is comprised of seven short films by six Caribbean directors about life in modern-day Jamaica. The filmmakers include Desmond Young, Joel Burke, Kyle Chin, Michael "Ras Tingle" Tingling, Michelle Serieux, Nile Saulter and Storm Saulter. Even though every short film is different, they all present the point of views of young people living in the Carribbean.
Join us for this screening of short films which tell stories of morality, innocence, love, loss, vengeance, and redemption on the Island of Jamaica.
“Moving from the majestic Blue Mountains to the gritty ghetto to the stunning north coast, and spinning stories funny, suspenseful, thrilling and poignant, this is a cinematic mosaic as diverse and complex as the island that inspired it.” - BFI
Admission: £4.50 (£3 Concession)
Age Range: 15+
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