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The tenth T&T Film Festival runs from September
Every day of the festival, T&T Guardian columnist
and film writer, BC Pires, will be picking a Film of the
Day. Pires has been writing about film from an informed
lay perspective since early 1988 and currently writes
a film column, BC on TV, for the Sunday Guardian s
Pires served on the TTFF s first jury and wrote the
judges report. A different film will be picked every
day, and other worthwhile films mentioned. Because
of the limitations of programming schedules, the film
of the day may not necessarily be the "best" one.
Films with an asterisk have been or will be daily picks.
Today s film is Sugar Cane Alley aka Rue Cases
Negres, Black Shack Alley (Euzhan Palcy/1984/ France
-- Martinique/ Drama/ 133 mins/ French with English
subtitles/ Rated G. Colour) 8 pm Hyatt Regency, Port-
Though classified as French, Euzhan Palcy s first
film (from the Joseph Zobel source novel) is set and
shot entirely in Martinique and deals exclusively with
the most important (many would argue, the only real)
West Indian issue: race relations and their historical
It makes its points without didacticism, through
the recollection of a childhood begun in a Rue-Cases
Negres---a Black Shack Alley, the film s alternative
titles---nearly 90 years ago. Perhaps because it is pre-
sented by New Yorker Video, it is now marketed as
Sugar Cane Alley but the literal translation of the title
is a truer reflection of its subject-matter. It would be
enough if such a film were not hysterical; this one is
lyrical. It is superbly shot and beautifully paced. It s
faults are attributable to the tiny budget. This is a fine
Caribbean film as relevant today as when made a full
anthropological generation ago. Recommended like
cold lime juice on the verandah on a still, hot day.
A o C C A y.
BEST FILM OF THE DAY
• 4pm . MovieTowne PoS, Screen 1
o 8.15 pm. Studio Film Club
fi 6.30 pm. : MovieTowne, PoS, Screen 1
Today's schedule for TTFF/15
: MovieTowne PoS
: o y oo o , 90 mins
.3 : : Alejandro Alonso, 2014 / Cuba
Spanish, with English subtitles/ Documentary short / 25
mins / T&T Premiere/ GA
: Gabrielle Blackwood, 2015 / Jamaica / English/
Documentary feature / 60 mins / International
: Bo o : Meg Smaker, 2015 / USA, Cuba/
Spanish, with English subtitles/ Documentary short / 17
mins / Caribbean Premiere/GA
: Kiki Álvarez, 2014 / Cuba, Colombia / Spanish,
with English subtitles
Fiction feature / 74 minutes / T&T Premiere/16+
.3 : : Karen Martinez, 2015 / T&T,
UK English/ Medium-length documentary / 30 mins /
World Premiere / GA Q&A
fi : Sean Hodgkinson, 2015 / T&T / English and
Spanish, with English subtitles Fiction feature / 72
minutes / World Premiere / 16+ Q&A
9 : y : Roma Zachemba, 2015 / T&T, Poland
English/ Short fiction / 11 mins / World Premiere / (14+)
o y : Rebecca Johnson, 2014 / UK English / Fiction
feature / 93 mins / Caribbean Premiere / 16+
: Hyatt Regency
: C o o: A o o y: Mariel C.
Marrero-García, Freddie Rodríguez, 2015 / Puerto Rico
Spanish, with English subtitles/ Documentary feature /
106 mins / T&T Premiere
8 : C A y: Euzhan Palcy, 1983 / Martinique,
France French, with English subtitles/ Fiction feature /
133 mins / 14+
Building 7, Fernandes Industrial Centre, Laventille
8. 5 : Slow West: John Maclean, 2015 / UK, New
Zealand / English and French, with English subtitles/
Fiction feature / 84 mins / Caribbean Premiere / 16+
Sugar Cane Alley,
a true Caribbean classic
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