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The opening film in the upcoming T&T
Film Festival is one of four highly antic-
ipated films in the festival that were sup-
ported by the T&T Film Company (TTFC).
Pan! Our Music Odyssey, which will enjoy
its world premiere on September 16 in the
festival s opening night gala at Globe Cin-
ema, Port-of-Spain, was produced with
support from the TTFC.
A release from the TTFC said the film
was awarded a TTFC grant for scriptwriting
and also benefitted from TTFC marketing
funding for a showcase in the prestigious
documentary film festival, Sunnyside of the
Docs, earlier this year.
Directed by Jérome Guiot and produced
by Jean Michel Gibert and Barthélémy
Fougea, Pan! was written by historian Dr
Kim Johnson, an expert on steelband history.
It is a docu-drama chronicling the birth
of the instrument in post-WWII Trinidad
and its penetration of cultural spaces span-
ning the globe. Dramatised segments in the
film powerfully illustrate that history. There
are several interviews with pan practitioners
from Japan, France, T&T and the US.
"It is a proud moment for the TTFC to
have one of its films featured as the opening
film of the festival," said TTFC CEO Carla
"Previous opening night films have been
of an extremely high quality and Pan! Our
Music Odyssey demonstrates once again
that the T&T film industry is more than
prepared to create work that can compete
with films of that calibre."
Foderingham added that the three other
TTFC-supported films selected for the fes-
tival were also worthy of note.
Sean Hodgkinson s dramatic feature A
• Continued on Page A38
TTFC-supported films debut at festival
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