Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : November 22nd 2013 Contents The cast of the long running televi-
sion series Lost will shoot a feature
length movie in Trinidad and Tobago.
The movie, When We Were Pirates, will cost about
TT$12 million and will most likely be filmed in June.
Question Mark Entertainment will be the produc-
tion company for the shoot.
"We did a film with Shia LeBouef a few years ago
and some of the members of the crew came in and
they loved Trinidad and always wanted to come back
so when the idea to do a shoot on an island came up
they said Trinidad," said Simon Baptiste, founder and
CEO of Question Mark.
Baptiste made the announcement about the film
at an appreciation function, which Question Mark En-
tertainment held at Tao Sushi restaurant on Tuesday
During part of his speech, he made a Skype link
with part of the crew in Los Angeles and surprised
guests with a live message from Lost star Henry Ian
Cusick who said he grew up in San Fernando.
"It's been 30 years since I've been there, I would
love to come back and shoot there and see my family
and show my friends the island," he said.
Speaking to Metro afterwards, Baptiste said the
crew would do a site visit just before Carnival.
Apart from the film, Question Mark also an-
nounced he return of its Decibel music conference,
which will be held in May 2014 and will focus prima-
rily on school children. Scot Sardinha, Will Smith's
Cultural Attache, will be involved and the aim is to
make it the largest musical expo in the Caribbean.
The company, which is known for managing Kes
The Band, Rikki Jai and Kerwin DuBois, also revealed
its new additions to the family, among them Lil Bitts,
boy band Entourage, Michael Allen, Precision Produc-
tions, Djs Hans and Gonzo, and choreographer
Christopher Scott, who did the moves for the Step
"We rep him for the Caribbean, he's a great get,"
"We are trying to create a agency where you can
come and say we are looking for these elements and
whatever you are looking for we can put it together,"
The company also announced the launch of its
new website: www.questionmarkent.com, where
you can go for more information.
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Swappi has joined the Digicel
family, becoming the latest
artiste to represent the global
brand here in Trinidad and To-
Swappi, real name, Marvin Davis, joins De-
stra Garcia, Ravi B and Kees Dieffenthaller as
a spokesperson for the telecom giant.
His addition to the star roster was an-
nounced at a breakfast with the Digicel CEO,
John Delves, last Friday at Jaffa, Queen's Park
Dressed in a black suit augmented with a
red belt repurposed as a tie, Swappi told us
he was happy to be a part of the Digicel fam-
ily, which he considered a huge honour.
In addition to Swappi, Digicel also used the
occasion to launch its new smartphone, the
DL 700 with a four-inch display and 5Mp rear
camera and VGA front facing camera comes
preloaded with apps and gives consumers
the benefits of a smartphone at an afford-
able price of $499 for prepaid phones.
Delves, surrounded by members of his
team: Digicel Foundation CEO, Penny Gomez,
Chief Operating Officer, Sacha Thompson,
Marketing Manager Lori Ann Glasgow and
Natalie Black, Outdoor and Special Events Co-
ordinator, also spoke of the company's suc-
cesses over the last six months, among them
their new Cloud service for business solu-
tions, the launch of the 60 minutes free talk
and freebie campaigns, their involvement in
the inaugural CPL T20 series and the launch
of the Blu smartphones into the market.
He also announced a new Christmas to
Carnival campaign which will see Digicel giv-
ing away 10 Hyundai Elantras, five for Christ-
mas and five for Carnival.
5. y Cy
Henry Ian Cusick
Digicel's Red Hot Santa and his helpers brightened
up Christmas at Gruff's Annual Parang Party last
weekend. Photo courtesy Digicel
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