Oct 21, 2014
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Posts tagged: Storm Saulter’s new movie

Pree This: “Better Mus Come” Now Available On Netflix

Words by Natalie Weiner—

Better Mus Come

Jamaican film Better Mus’ Come has garnered international attention for its unflinching portrayal of politically-driven gang violence in 1970s-era Kingston. Directed by Storm Saulter, it has won a number of different awards, including Best Feature at the Trinidad & Tobago and Bahamas International film festivals; Best Director at the Pan-African Film Festival; and Best Actor at the American Black Film Festival. Other Caribbean filmmakers, like Trinidad’s Damian Marcano, have followed in Saulter’s footsteps, using contemporary film to shed light on more little known (at least to international audiences) aspects of local Caribbean culture.

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Watch Me Now: New Caribbean Cinema’s ‘Ring Di Alarm’ In NYC

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New Caribban Cinema's Ring di Alarm

Fresh off the success of their debut feature Better Mus’ Come, the crew of emerging filmmakers known as New Caribbean Cinema are back with a new feature, Ring Di Alarm. Described as Tales From The Hood meets the Caribbean, Ring Di Alarm collects seven short films from the six up-and-coming directors that make up the NCC collective: Better Mus’ Come director Storm Saulter, Michelle Serieux, Joel Burke, Nile Saulter, Michael “Ras Tingle” Tingling and Kyle Chin.

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