Antigua movie draws Caribbean crowd at UK premiere PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 05 January 2015 10:54

Good reviews from the London premiere of the Antiguan movie The Skin. 

The movie made history recently as the first feature film from Antigua and Barbuda to be screened in the United Kingdom. Through their first distribution deal with Sankofa Televisual, The Skin by HAMAFilms Antigua premiered at the Gate Cinema on Thursday, December 18, 2014.

"I was so pleased that the film's director, Howard Allen, was able to make it to London for the screening, and he was able to meet up again with actor Jeff Stewart and that the audience could also enjoy the Q&A with the producer and cast live by video link to Antigua. Now that we have taken this first step in establishing Caribbean films as a legitimate genre in their own right. We plan to continue showcasing the breadth of talent from the Caribbean and the Diaspora,” said Ron Belgrave, head of Sankofa Televisual. 

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