So Kyle is sneaky.
Unbeknownst to me, he has a film in the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, a short Documentary, Glass Bottom Boat which is in competition for three awards at the festival, Best Short Film – Documentary, Best Local Short Film – Documentary, and People’s Choice Award.
I’m so mad at him.
One of my goals for this blog is to promote Kyle and his work and he not telling me the work he doing?????? LOL
According to the Film Festival,
“Glass Bottom Boat is a poignant tale of enduring love. It tells the story of Janet Wells, who came to Tobago on vacation with her sister and fell in love with more than just the beauty of the island. This enduring love became her solace despite profound loss and pain.”
The word proud doesn’t even begin to define my feelings about this news though. I’m heading to the Q & A Screening of Glass Bottom Boat on Monday 22nd September, with a crew in tow. I encourage all fans of this blog (and hence fans of Kyle’s wonderful photography) to check out one of the four viewings of what I’m sure will be a wonderful film.
In addition, my good friend Ryan Lee, who has helped me out with photography on this blog here and here, also has two films entered in the festival and one nominated for an award as well. Check out Cubes and Flying the Coup during the festival as well.
Screenings of Glass Bottom Boat:
Mon 22 Sept, 8.30pm, MovieTowne POS, Q+A
Fri 26 Sept, 3.30pm, MovieTowne POS
Sat 27 Sept, 8.00pm, MovieTowne Tobago
Mon 29 Sept, 8.00pm, MovieTowne Tobago, Q+A
Screenings of Cubes:
Wed 17 Sept, 6.00pm, MovieTowne POS, Q+A
Wed 24 Sept, 3.30pm, Little Carib Theatre
Sat 27 Sept, 6.30pm, UWI, Q+A
Screenings of Flying the Coup:
Fri 19 Sept, 8.00pm, Little Carib Theatre, Q+A
Wed 24 Sept, 10.30am, MovieTowne POS, Q+A
Sat 27 Sept, 6.30 pm, UWI, Q+A