A documentary which shines the spotlight on the disabled community has been selected for two international film festivals.
Bond heats up cinemas
No Time to Die, the latest in the James Bond series, opened in Jamaican theatres last Friday — eight days after its United Kingdom premiere. Melanie Graham, marketing manager/director of Palace Amusement Company, the island's sole motion picture...
“Has better come?”
IT'S been ten years since the release of Storm Saulter's début film, Better Mus' Come , the charged, political drama which centred around the backdrop of 1970s Jamaica and the circumstances which could have possibly led to the infamous Green Bay...
Sunday, October 3, 2021
Had it not been for the novel coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions on mass gatherings in Jamaica, Lashana Lynch, star of No time To Die — the latest in the James Bond franchise — had planned to be in Jamaica for the première of the film, which was being planned for...More
Friday, September 10, 2021
With a frightening crime rate that has resulted in hundreds of homicides in the past decade, Chicago is arguably the most violent city in the United States. But for his movie, Gangland, director Jean-Claude La Marre chose the Windy City as a backdrop to one of history's great love...More