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Timehri Film Festival | FILMS FROM THE FRENCH CARIBBEAN

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A selection of films from young French Caribbean filmmakers.

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Fouyé Zétwal (Plowing the Stars)

Dir. Wally Fall /  14 mins / 2020 / Guadeloupe

On her way to meet her dad, a woman reflects on her life. Along the way, the country looks empty to her and, slowly, memories of past lives are coming back to her. Is it real? Or is it only a dream?

Mal Nonm (Tuff Guy)

Dir. Yannis Sainte-Rose / 23 mins / 2021 / Martinique

Following an inappropriate remark towards a woman, a young man finds himself plunged into a parallel world where he will endure a series of remarks and micro-attacks usually reserved for women.

Ici C’est Paris (Paris is Here)

Dir. Léa Magnien and Quentin Chantrel / 17 mins / 2020 / French Guiana

The peaceful life of Georges, an introverted French Guyanese teenager, gets complicated when he falls in love with Gisele, a dreamy girl who hopes to see Paris more than anything.

Timoun Aw (Your Kid)

Dir. Nelson Foix / 28 mins / 2020 / Guadeloupe

While being chased, Chris discovers on his stair landing a baby who seems to be intended for him. Doubtful of his paternity, he sets out to find the mother of the child.

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Organizer Third Horizon Film Festival

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Recently named one of the "25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World" by MovieMaker Magazine, Third Horizon Film Festival returns to Miami February 6 through 9, 2020 for its annual celebration of cutting-edge cinema from the Caribbean, its diasporas and beyond.

The festival was founded by Third Horizon, a Miami-based collective of Caribbean creatives whose celebrated first short film, Papa Machete, had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2014 and had its US premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015, before going on to screen at more than 30 film festivals worldwide. The festival is staged in joint partnership with the Caribbean Film Academy, a Brooklyn-based not-for-profit organization whose core mission is to support and distribute the work of Caribbean filmmakers.

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