- Garry Marshall Theatre
- June 12, 2018
- Tuesday, 530PM to 1030PM
- $5 CaribbeanLens Tuesday Night Screenings 99 remaining
Tuesday Night Screenings
4252 W. Riverside St., Burbank, CA
Tuesday, 530PM to 1030PM
June 12, 2018
CaribbeanLens International Film Festival
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5:30 pm Ready for a Baby
A young woman in her thirties feels very happy and excited – she has a partner, everything in her life is under control, so now is the perfect time to have a baby. It should be easy and natural, with love and fun and everything else … right?
5:35 pm The Sounds of Street Vendors: Havana, Cuba
A portrait of the music and the sounds of street vendors in Havana
5:43 pm Scars of Our Mother’s Dreams
Scars Of Our Mothers’ Dreams is a short documentary that offers a unique, intimate glimpse into the complexities of parental migration through the lenses of children left behind. Years after her own personal struggle to overcome the feeling of childhood abandonment, filmmaker Meschida Philip returned to Grenada in search of others with similar childhood experiences, to find out how their lives were impacted after their parents migrated.
Country: U.S.A./Grenada W.I.
5:56 pm Unbound
Follow Detective-Sergeant Mia Richardson as she tackles the brutal rape of a young woman. As a member of CISOCA she is bound by an oath to protect the vulnerable but her investigation is derailed by a man who is neither friend nor foe; a rogue officer of the JDF known only as Roman. Mia’s investigation uncovers a sinister human trafficking ring but also betrays a secret from her past. Now she must put an end to a personal evil and dive head first into a confrontation that she cannot hope to win on her own.
6:12 pm Pimento & Hot Pepper: The Mento Story
In Jamaica, before ska, reggae and dancehall there was mento. This is a history of Jamaica’s first commercially viable music, which peaked with the popularity of Calypso. The film captures performances from some of the bands that have been playing for over 50 yrs, as well as interviews from leading authorities on mento.
7:12 pm S0.CI3.TY
J0.hn an emotionless and regulated citizen of THE CITY awakes on a deserted island where he’ll have to embrace his own humanity to survive…
7:39 pm It Ain’t Easy Being Green
For decades, mysterious and prehistoric looking green iguanas in the U.S. Virgin Islands were a rare sight. Now their population is exploding out of control and it’s up to a bunch of islanders with radically different ideas to figure out what to do next! Tourists, scientists, and government administrators also dive into the madness, joining on-going efforts to figure out how the islands’ two and four-legged residents can co-exist.
Country: U.S.A. Virgin Islands
8:15 pm District 28
Richard David is a local activist of Indo-Guyanese origin seeking the city council seat in District 28, Queens, New York City. Coming from a country divided along racial lines, David aims to bridge the two racial sides of the Van Wyck Expressway. His story is supported by other leaders, positively representing the Indo-Caribbean community in Queens, New York City.
8:40 pm Torments of Love
A film from Guadeloupe based on hidden love and untold feelings between two sisters in their thirties and their father.
Country: Guadeloupe, French W.I.
9:35 pm Darkroom
In “Darkroom” an overbearing father finds his teenage son has transformed the basement of their New York townhouse into an amateur darkroom. There the boy develops gruesome and voyeuristic images from his late-night crime scene photography.