Nou Yorkers, short film, Q&A +Dance Performance [CariBBeing: Fl@tbush Film Fest]
Fl@tbush Film Festival, 2nd Edition
French West Indies: Guadeloupe + Martinique
Conversation à une voix...avec Max Cilla (Talk in one voice..with Max Cilla)
Alain Agat & Christian Foret, 2008, 26 min.
Max Cilla talks about the flute, his instrument, his music which is linked with the Mother Nature. He mentions his African heritage, his way of thinking which is inspired by Indian philosophy.
Janluk Stanislas, 2011, 80 min.
A crew of Caribbean graffiti writers, 4KG, made a journey to New York City, the mecca of hip hop culture and graffiti. On the way, they met legends James Top and T-Kid, discovered where the magic in the murals comes from and just how contested this artform really is.
Q&A with filmmaker Janluk Stanislas and graffiti legend James Top, moderated by Sophie Saint-Just, followed by reception sponsored by Color Me Martinique with special dance performance by Catherine Denecy.
*A portion of the proceeds will go to emerging Caribbean filmmakers
This film festival is curated by Shelley V. Worrell, with screenings November 4th, 11th, & 12th, 2011 at the Maysles Cinema. Films include: Conversation à une voix...avec Max Cilla, Nou Yorkers, The Almighty Clock, Man Free, and Night of Yao: A selection of seminal films by Yao Ramesar featuring Sistagod. CariBBeing is an emerging festival whose mission is to build community thru the lens of Caribbean cinema and art. Based in Flatbush, Brooklyn and founded in 1999, cariBBeing is the brainchild of Shelley V. Worrell. CariBBeing is non-profit and is independent of any public or private institution or organization.
Maysles Cinema (View)
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
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