The Trinidad and Tobago Film Company Limited (FilmTT) is the state agency established in 2006 to facilitate the growth and development of the film and audio-visual sector in Trinidad & Tobago. As a subsidiary of the Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited, FilmTT works on all aspects of film sector development, promotes Trinidad & Tobago as a film production location, and provides Film Commission services to local and incoming productions. FilmTT’s mission is to maximise the economic and creative potential of Trinidad and Tobago’s screen industries for the benefit of the country and its people.
🎞 Film industry professionals... register for the Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival's two-day Business of Film Seminar. Don't miss this opportunity to become more business savvy about funding, distribution, and other key areas. Date: September 20 - 21. Venue: Hilton Hotel and Conference Centre. To register: Email email@example.com. 🎞 FilmTT is delighted to sponsor this event.
What would you do if your island was sinking? This is a real threat for the people of Kiribati, a small Pacific Island country. It's said that "Kiribati is facing the most feared and modern existential threat to small islands – complete destruction from sea level rise". Watch "Anote's Ark", a riveting documentary at the Green Screen- The Environmental Film Festival, which runs from October 31 to November 3rd. FilmTT is delighted to sponsor this festival, as part of Film Festival Season. We are also a sponsor for T+T Film Festival and Animae Caribe. #lovefilm
Get caught up. Escape in movies that show your world... and new worlds. Today marks the start of the T+T Film Festival... and there's a film for everyone. 🎞 Visit ttfilmfestival.com to view the schedule. Tickets are currently on sale at Movietowne. 🎞 FilmTT is pleased to sponsor the T+T Film Festival (Sept 18-25), Green Screen Festival (Oct 31-Nov 3), and Animae Caribe (Nov 19-23). All three festivals are part of Film Festival Season. Image via arcthemagazine.com
DIRECTOR SPOTLIGHT: Meet Sharon Lewis, director, showrunner, actor, and writer. She was inspired to create the film “Brown Girl Begins”, after reading Jamaican-born Nalo Hopkinson’s critically acclaimed, Caribbean sci-fi novel, Brown Girl in the Ring. 🎞 Check it out at this year’s @ttfilmfestival. Visit ttfilmfestival.com to view showtimes. 🎞 FilmTT is a proud sponsor of all festivals within the season - @ttfilmfestival, @greenscreentt, and @animaecaribe. Visit filmtt.co.tt/ffs to find out more about Film Festival Season. Image credit: thesharonlewis.com
Look who's making an appearance in one of the Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival's feature films, "Brown Girl Begins". It's David Rudder. Check it out. Visit ttfilmfestival.com to view showtimes. FilmTT is proud to be a sponsor of all three festivals within film festival season - Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival, Green Screen- The Environmental Film Festival, and Animae Caribe Animation & New Media Festival Visit filmtt.co.tt/ffs for more info.
🎞 Film Festival Season is here. Yup. Three festivals. And tonnes of films. 🎞 Which one will you check out? FilmTT is a proud sponsor of all three festivals - Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival, Green Screen, and Animae Caribe. 🎞 Visit filmtt.co.tt/ffs for more info #watchmovies #lovefilm