"Music, Magic, Clash: New Voices In The African Diaspora" - TIFF's Black History Month Screening Series

by Tambay A. Obenson
January 3, 2012 3:26 PM
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CaribbeanTales Youth Film Festival and TIFF join forces to celebrate Black History Month with a fundraising Gala recognizing 50 years of independence for Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago, and 2 screenings of Storm Saulter's stunning award-winning feature film Better Mus Come.

The events are part of TIFF's Black History Month Screening Series entitled "Music, Magic, Clash: New Voices in the African Diaspora".

On Saturday February 4 at noon, the celebration kicks off with a VIP Gala and Screening.

Enjoy a scrumptious Caribbean brunch, and join TIFF's Cameron Bailey for the Canadian premiere of Better Mus Come at 2:00pm, followed by a talk back with filmmaker Storm Saulter.

Price $50 (includes Brunch, Awards Ceremony, and VIP screening of movie).

On Sunday February 5 at 3:45pm, there will be a special youth and community screening of Better Mus Come at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tickets are $15.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to see one of Jamaica’s up and coming film producers, hailed as one of Jamaica’s most influential people in 2011.

Pick up tickets now HERE

A trailer for Better Mus Come, which we've profiled on S&A, follows below:

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  • J | January 4, 2012 9:04 AMReply

    I'm glad to see you shedding some spotlight on us Canadians.

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