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Bazodee wins at London
Asian Film Festival
After sold out screenings at the
19th London Asian Film Festival,
T&T-made film Bazodee starring
soca star Machel Montano, Kabir
Bedi, Natalie Perera and Valmike
Rampersad picked up two awards at
the gala ceremony held at the Brit-
ish Academy of Film and Television
Awards (Bafta) on March 19.
The film won the Audience Choice and
Best Music awards. The Audience Choice
Award was based on the audience sup-
port for the film during the festival, and
Bazodee enjoyed sold-out screenings.
The film which was recently sub-
titled in French, was screened at the
12th edition of Rencontres Cinema
Martinique in Martinique on March
18. Bazodee was represented by line
producer Lorraine O'Connor, who in-
troduced it to the audience. She also
reported that the screening had to be
moved to a larger venue because of the
first venue being sold out.
Walk For the Cure continues to create benefits
The 30-year-old Couva Children's
Home and Crisis Nursery (CCHCN) re-
ceived a financial boost recently which
will assist in providing care for children
who have been abandoned, neglected,
orphaned or subjected to difficult social
The donation came from CIBC FirstCar-
ibbean International Bank and was made on
behalf of entertainer Jason Williams, who
hosted CIBC First Caribbean's Walk for the
Cure in 2016. Williams is an avid patron of
A release said the CCHCN is an incorporated
not for profit company which has continued
the operation of a private children's home at
The home was founded more than 30 years
ago for children who have been abandoned,
displaced, orphaned, unable to be cared for
by their parents or otherwise been subject to
extreme and harsh social circumstances.
In addition to being a children's residence,
the home also acts as a safe haven and rescue
care center for children who have to be re-
moved from situations of neglect, domestic
violence and abuse.
Funds generated from CIBC FirstCaribbe-
an's Walk for the Cure, which took place on
October 2, 2016 at the Queen's Park Savannah,
Port-of-Spain, have also benefited Feel (Foun-
dation for the Enhancement & Enrichment of
Life), as well as the Vitas House Hospice and
the T&T Cancer Society.
The funds allowed for the coverage of 50 per
cent of the costs of prostate cancer screen-
ing and 75 per cent of biopsy costs for some
prostate cancer patients at the Cancer Society.
CIBC FirstCaribbean's Walk for the Cure is
an annual event which raises awareness and
funds for cancer treatment, education and
Anthony Seeraj, managing director of CIBC
FirstCaribbean's local operation, emphasised
the importance of supporting initiatives which
uplift the community.
"At CIBC First Caribbean, creating oppor-
tunities to advance society is at the core of
CIBC FirstCaribbean's operations," he said.
"The Couva Children's Home provides a
service that is integral to society, and we are
proud to provide our support. We are thank-
ful that the success of Walk for the Cure has
allowed us to give back to worthy causes in
such a meaningful way," he added.
Beverley John, Chairman of the CCHCN,
noted that the support of entities such as
CIBC FirstCaribbean helped enable the home
to thrive. "
The staff of the Couva Children's Home and
Crisis Nursery is committed to providing a
nurturing environment where resident chil-
dren can achieve their boundless promise,"
"We are appreciative of the support from
CIBC FirstCaribbean and Jason Williams,
which will help us further our aim of foster-
ing the potential of our children."
Anthony Seeraj with Beverly John and Jason Williams.
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