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3rd Annual 'West Indian' Film Festival, cariBBeing, 10/25 - 11/10 In NYC

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by Tambay A. Obenson
October 25, 2012 6:25 PM
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A few days late in sharing this, since it starts tonight, but it continues through November 14, so take advantage!

A total of 7 days of film screenings over that time period, showcasing a few films we've profiled (like Doubles With Slight Pepper, Ring Di Alarm and Stones In The Sun), and those that we haven't (No Soca, No Life, Barrio Cuba, as well as the classic 1975 Trinida/UK drama Pressure, and others).

A mixture of the old and the new, short films and features. 

Based in Flatbush, Brooklyn and founded in 1999, cariBBeing is the brainchild of Caribbean-American (Trinidadian) Shelley Vidia Worrell.

Screenings from this series will take place at TriBeCa Cinema, Maysles Theater and Brooklyn Heights Cinema featuring films from Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad & the UK. The final screening will take place at Brooklyn College.

General admission is $15; $10 for students and seniors.

Purchase tickets online at caribbeing.eventbrite.com.

For the full line-up, including titles, dates, and times, click HERE.

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