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Supported by Caribbean telecomunications gian DIGICEL PlayGo Emerge Film Competition is a regional competition calling filmmakers across the Caribbean to create original content for submission. In celebration of the diverse cultures and similarities that bind the Caribbean together, the competition encourages creators to submit short form...

CDB's Cultural and Creative Industries Innovation Fund (CIIF) in collaboration with our accelerator partner Animae Caribe is seeking applications from visual artists to participate in I.C.E Caribbean (Incubator for Collaborative Expression), the first edition of a regional Visual Arts Biennial that will take place in...

Announced this week, Camille Selvon will be one of the featured speakers at this year's first ever online TEDxPortofSpain event, whose theme is Fearless. "Some stories need a form of expression different from the accustomed elitist deconstruction. In its silence, digital activism tells the stories of...

Joseph Campbells 'Heroes Journey' does not apply to me. It is a romanticization of Greek mythology that has been embedded in the viewer's psyche and as such is immensely difficult to chip away. As an educator I will try to chip away, simply because we...

Interview with Camille Selvon Abrahams, CEO of Full Circle Animation After improving her skills in the United Kingdom, Abrahams returned to her country, Trinidad and Tobago, to launch her own animation studio, Full Circle Animation. The entrepreneur told ConnectAmericas why she particularly highlights the need of...

Written by Asha Javeed Partnership PIVOT series - Google Women Techmakers & Trinidad Express NewspapersSEATED AT tables around the world, she is often the lone woman. Gender aside, Camille Selvon Abrahams said she brings two other traits to any table—she’s black and Caribbean too. It’s often a...

WHEN local animation pioneer Camille Selvon was studying in London and was invited to events, she always noticed she was the only woman, as well as the lone black and Caribbean person. She was determined that when she returned to TT that would not be...