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SPRINTER, Opening (Nassau)

Wednesday, November 28 / 7:30pm

Palm Lawn, Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

$50.00 General (drink & party)
$100.00 VIP (drinks, food & party)

Entertainment by Essence Band

"Sprinter" (Opening Hope Town)

Sunday, December 2 / 7:30pm 

Hope Town Harbour Lodge, Hope Town Abaco

$25.00 General (drink & party)
$50.00 VIP (drinks, food & party)

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Wrestle

WRESTLE is an intimate and nuanced documentary that follows the wrestling team at JO Johnson High School in Huntsville, which has been on Alabama's failing schools list for many years. As they fight their way towards the State Championship and the doors they hope it will open, wrestlers Jailen, Jamario, Teague, and Jaquan each face injustices and challenges on and off the mat.

* Caribbean Premiere

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Suzannah Herbert

United States / 2018, 96 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 11:00am

Saturday, December 1 / 1:00pm

Two Balloons

Seeking a life of love and exploration, two adventurous lemurs take to the skies.

* Caribbean Premiere

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Mark Smith

United States / 2017, 9 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 11:00am

Monday, December 3 / 5:30pm

Meerkat Moonship

Timid, wildly imaginative 13-year-old Gideonette de La Rey learns that the name she was given comes with it a horrible curse.

* Caribbean Premiere

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Hanneke Schutte

South Africa / 2017, 96 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 11:00am

Saturday, December 1 / 12:30pm

Four Days In May

FOUR DAYS IN MAY:  WEST KINGSTON 2010 is a collaborative,, experimental documentary that focuses on the 2010 State of Emergency in West Kingston, Jamaica, during which the military and police forces attempted to apprehend Christopher "Dudus" Coke, who had been ordered for extradition to the United States, in the process killing at least 75 civilians.

*Caribbean Premiere

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Deanne M. Bell, Junior "Gabu" Wedderburn, and Deborah A. Thomas

Jamaica, United States / 2018, 40 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 1:00pm

Friday, November 30 / 2:00pm

Lalo's House

Inspired by true events, two young sisters must escape a child sex trafficking ring disguised as a Catholic orphanage after being taken from their home in Jacmel, Haiti.

*Caribbean Premiere

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Kelley Kali

Haiti, United States / 2018, 25 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 1:00pm

Wednesday, December 5 / 6:30pm

Queen

Queen is a coming of age drama about an eleven year old girl who must survive a night on Skid Row.

*Caribbean Premiere

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Gabrielle Shepard

United States / 2018, 20 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 1:00pm

Saturday, December 1 / 12:30pm

One Patty

An impatient man enters a patty shop. All he wants is one patty. Instead he learns a valuable life lesson... the hard way.

* Bahamas Premiere

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Eugene Williams

Jamaica / 2017, 11 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 1:00pm

Thursday, November 29 / 7:00pm

The Invisible

Four young Jews survive the Third Reich in the middle of Berlin by living so recklessly that they become "invisible."

*Caribbean Premiere

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Claus Räfle

Germany / 2017, 110 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 2:30pm

Saturday, December 1 / 4:30pm

The Shark Whisperer

Shark Whisperer is the story of a little girl who befriends a "man-eating" shark and begins an extraordinary interspecies relationship with the most feared and misunderstood predators in the sea. As she grows up, she learns who the real predators are and must defend her friend from the head of a criminal shark-finning organization.

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George Monteiro

Bahamas / 2018, 2 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 3:30pm

Thursday, November 29 / 7:00pm

Last Man Diving


If you’re a fan of the TV series “Last Man Standing”,  you’ll love Stuart Cove’s “Last Man Diving”, a hilarious spoof on Tim Allen’s on-air blogs for "Outdoor Man". Stuart runs one of the largest dive operations in the world, Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas. He's seen it all and shares his comic and irreverent insights about diving and divers with anyone who is willing to listen.

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George Monteiro

Bahamas / 2018, 12 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 3:30pm

Thursday, November 29 / 7:00pm

The Yellow Elder Wreck


Bahamas dive legend, Stuart Cove, literally swims us through the sinking of the HMBS Yellow Elder, in this documentary film-short by media pioneer, Giovanni Stuart.  The Yellow Elder shipwreck is set in the waters off the southern coast of Nassau/New Providence, near the Tongue-of-The-Atlantic-Ocean. The former Royal Bahamas Defence Force Cutter will have a new life as an artificial reef, home to a myriad of sea life and an iconic recreational attraction for scuba divers, the world over.

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Giovanni Stuart

Bahamas / 2018, 8 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 3:30pm

Thursday, November 29 / 7:00pm

The Kodiak Queen

The transformation of a WWII warship into an artificial reef and dive site in the British Virgin Islands, helping to restore the islands following Hurricane Irma. 

*Caribbean Premiere

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Rob Sorrenti

United Kingdom / 2018, 17 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 3:30pm

Thursday, November 29 / 7:00pm

Thursday, December 6 / 5:30pm

Sharkwater Extinction

Sharkwater Extinction (2018) is a thrilling and inspiring action packed journey that follows filmmaker Rob Stewart as he exposes the massive illegal shark fin industry and the political corruption behind it — a conspiracy that is leading to the extinction of sharks. 

*Caribbean Premiere

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Rob Stewart

Canada / 2018, 87 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 3:30pm

Thursday, December 6 / 5:30pm

Shooting in Vain

A look at the heroin epidemic sweeping America, told through the eyes of a struggling artist who lost the love of his life.

*Caribbean Premiere

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Jared Januschka

United States / 2018, 92 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 4:30pm

Saturday, December 1 / 2:30pm

Sprinter

A Jamaican teen, burdened by an unstable father and an unruly older brother, hopes a meteoric rise in track-and-field can reunite him with his mother , who has lived illegally in the U.S. for over a decade.

OPENING NIGHT FILM

* Bahamas Premiere

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Storm Saulter

Jamaica / 2018, 112 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 7:30pm

Saturday, December 1 / 11:00am

Sunday, December 2 / 7:30pm

Tocsin

A young musician travels to a remote island studio in search of inspiration. While attempting to overcome his creative block, he discovers a much darker secret.

*Bahamas Premiere

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Frank E Flowers

Cayman Islands / 2017, 11 mins


Wednesday, November 28 / 7:30pm

Saturday, December 1 / 12:00pm

Tuesday, December 4 / 6:00pm


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