CaFA Film NIghts @ Nicholas
Come join us at our next screening. We're excited to bring you 4 films from 4 different territories - Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Brasil and Carriacou/USA.
by Mason Richards
Dramatic Short: Set in Guyana, The Seawall is the story of an older Guyanese woman, Marjorie, and her grandson Malachi who share a very special bond. After receiving a visa to live in United States with his mom whom he hadn't seen since he was a baby, 10-year old Malachi wrestles with leaving his Grandma and best friend behind, while thinking about a new life in America. Marjorie struggles to convince her grandson that life in America would be better as she deals with her own feelings of loneliness and abandonment in a country that she loves.
Ebony Goddess: Queen of Ilê Aiyê
by Carolina Moraes-Liu
Documentary Short: Three young women searching for identity and self-esteem as they compete for the title of Ebony Goddess in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, the largest black city outside of Africa.
I'll Be There
by Justen Blaize, Hernando Caicedo and Kofi Okai
Dramatic Short: Anthony puts up with bullies at school to keep his older brother out of trouble, but when the pressure becomes too much for Anthony, both brothers must make decisions that have far heavier consequences than imagined.
De Wild Meat Famalee
by Ansar Sattar
Trinidad & Tobago
Animated Short: Enter the deep bushes of Trinidad & Tobago, to witness the unexpected meeting of four unlikely strangers who soon realize just how much they have in common, despite their physical differences. Meet, "De Wild Meat Famalee!" : Iggy the Iguana, Shello the Tattoo (Armadillo), Cou-Cou the Manicou (Opossum) & Gootie the Agouti.
Nicholas Brooklyn (View)
570 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11223
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