Local film-maker Keith Musaman Morton introduces and answers questions about four films focusing on Trinidad and Tobago and Carnival:
– The Other Side of Carnival by Charysse Tia Harper, offers a critical look at Trinidad & Tobago’s present-day Carnival. (Running time 45 minutes)
– Fifty in Fifteen by Keith Morton and Charysse Tia Harper looks at the people and events that have put Trinidad and Tobago on the world stage during its 50 years of Independence. (Running time 20 minutes)
– Brief History of Notting Hill Carnival by Lottie Pole and Keith Morton explores the unknown factors that created Europe’s largest street festival. (Running time 11 minutes)
– Panomundo by Keith Morton and Charysse Tia Harper. A teaser trailer of the forthcoming feature documentary on the birth of the Steel Pan and how it has travelled the world. (Running time 7 minutes)
This event forms part of the Black History Month programme at Lambeth libraries.