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The Seawall
Mason Richards
Dramatic Short
Guyana, 2011

In The Seawall, a short film which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival’s Short Film Corner in 2011, a young boy begins an emotional journey from his home in Guyana, South America, to a new life in Brooklyn. It’s a journey that filmmaker Mason Richards himself made when he was 7 years old. The result is an intimate look at 10-year-old Malachi’s life as his grandmother, Marjorie, prepares him to move to Brooklyn. Doing so means that Malachi must go beyond the seawall that separates Georgetown, Guyana’s capital, from the ocean and defines the only world the boy has ever known. For more information, visit the film’s FB page.



Buck
by Stephen Taylor
Narrative Short
T&T, 2012

Synopsis: When AUDI picks up some Guyanese nationals in his taxi, he unknowingly picks up another, mysterious passenger. And when he learns that this mysterious creature could bring him good luck, he is overjoyed. Audi soon realises, however, how quickly good fortune can turn bad . . . For more information and screening times, check out the film’s page on the TTFF webpage (TTFF website).


Mr. Crab
by Faisal Lutchmedial
Narrative Short
Canada, 2011

Synopsis: The Gondry-esque Mr. Crab follows Rishi, a ten year old boy that idolizes and fears his imposing father, who tells him stories about the crystal clear waters of Trinidad & Tobago. An explosive temper keeps the child at a distance, but he soaks in every word, and dives into his vivid fantasies of beautiful tropical fish deep in the ocean. For more information and screening times, check out the film’s page on the TTFF website.


The Return of Lady La Diablesse
by Rodell Cumberbatch
Narrative Short
T&T, 2012

Synopsis: A group of friends head to the beach for a swim. When they encounter a mysterious young woman dressed in white, their outing takes a deadly turn. For more information and screening times, check out the film’s page on the TTFF website.