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  • 2017 Houston Caribbean Film Festival
  • 2017 Houston Caribbean Film Festival

Get Your  Tickets  

Tickets for the 2nd Annual Houston Caribbean Film Festival available!

Dr. Walls & Friends

Dr. Walls will conduct three interviews on Saturday June 10, 2017
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2016 Festival Promo

Please enjoy a look back out our 2016  June Film Festival Promo Video
 
 

2017 Houston Caribbean Film Festival - June 9-11, 2017 - Schedule

 
2017 Houston Caribbean Film Festival 
 
I Am Bolt, Diary of a Badman, H2O and Who Are You are just a few of the Caribbean blockbuster films that will be featured at this year's Houston Caribbean Film Festival.

Film Schedule

I Am Bolt well be screened at this year's Festival in June.  A Jamaican film by directors Benjamin Turner and Gabe Turner, the movie documents the life of Olympic sprinting champion Usain Bolt, “the world’s fastest man.”

The Houston Caribbean Film Festival (HCFF) is off to a great start in preparation for our June 9-11, 2017 Festival.  This year we will feature two films back by overwhelming popular demand: Saint Lucian film, You Are You.  This year the Festival will feature Barbados film, H2O.

You Are You chronicles Saint Lucia's enchanting cultural and natural heritage.  It is the hopes “Who Are You” will stir viewers to not only appreciate the island and its traditions more, but that it would drive all St. Lucians to do what they can to preserve their natural and cultural heritage.

H2O is a documentary and a creative  informative work of visual art, shot on location in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. The  scope of the project through “Water cooperation” is an attempt to highlight and introduce  awareness to the impact of water sources, and its management. Water management plays a  pivotal part in the physical and environmental wellbeing of all living things.

Tengo Talento Cuba (Dance With Your Heart) is a Afro-Cuban film about Jennyselt, a dancer of Afro Cuban Folklore, with great prestige within Cuba and internationally and currently dances with the group Yoruba Andabo. She seeks her successor to keep the legacy of Afro-Cuban culture, dance and religion alive.

 
Proceeds to Benefit the CAHFT Scholarship Foundation Fund.