Festival Report: The trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) was a whirlwind experience: fourteen days of intense programming that left Christine Acham both exhausted and exhilarated by the too-often-unacknowledged work happening in the Caribbean today. The largest film festival in the English-speaking Caribbean celebrated its tenth anniversary from September 15–29, screening some 150 films, facilitating a film mart, curating a New Media collection, and staging both a filmmaker immersion program and a three-day academic film symposium. A cursory look at the festival's program speaks to its role as historian, educator, and entertainer, with an overriding interest in building a sustainable film industry in the Caribbean. Films reviewed include: Outloud, A Safe Space, Sweet Micky for President, and My Father's Land.

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