Sign and More Sign: Caribbean film in Berlin

 I had the pleasure of curating a selection of Caribbean short films for "I'm Not Who You Think I'm Not", a collaboration between ZKU - Center for Art and Urbanistics and the 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art's public program.  It's taking place Friday, July 20th and  you can RSVP here . More info below.  "The people of the Caribbean live at the crossroads of world history and culture, alchemizing the detritus of colonial empires with the promise and burden of everything thereafter. For this reason, the region is more than just a place. It is a process—a remapping of the traumatic sagas and legacies of the old world before it, and a roadmap to all that lies at the end of the new world born from it.  Programmed by Third Horizon Film Festival cofounder and festival director Jason Fitzroy Jeffers and taking its name from the classic dancehall song Lots of Sign (1985) by Tenor Saw, Sign and More Sign showcases the work of emerging Caribbean filmmakers who are connecting the dots between the stories and spirits that live in this liminal space beyond the exotic visions of paradise that have both sold it and sold it short."

I had the pleasure of curating a selection of Caribbean short films for "I'm Not Who You Think I'm Not", a collaboration between ZKU - Center for Art and Urbanistics and the 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art's public program.

It's taking place Friday, July 20th and you can RSVP here. More info below.

"The people of the Caribbean live at the crossroads of world history and culture, alchemizing the detritus of colonial empires with the promise and burden of everything thereafter. For this reason, the region is more than just a place. It is a process—a remapping of the traumatic sagas and legacies of the old world before it, and a roadmap to all that lies at the end of the new world born from it.

Programmed by Third Horizon Film Festival cofounder and festival director Jason Fitzroy Jeffers and taking its name from the classic dancehall song Lots of Sign (1985) by Tenor Saw, Sign and More Sign showcases the work of emerging Caribbean filmmakers who are connecting the dots between the stories and spirits that live in this liminal space beyond the exotic visions of paradise that have both sold it and sold it short."