The Bahamian film ‘Children of God’, directed by Kareem Mortimer, has made BET.COM’S list of the top 10 films of 2010.
Ethiopa’s “Atletu” and the Israeli-U.S. documentary film, “Budrus” won the top narrative and documentary prizes at the Bahamas International Film Festival.
A book and a movie about the life of Colton Harris-Moore will be produced and could lead to a career on the talk-show circuit for this intriguing young man.
Academy Award winning actor, Alan Arkin, will be honoured with the Career Achievement Award at this year’s Bahamas International Film Festival, taking place December 1-5 in Nassau.
Struggling with survival as interest in the faux festival wanes, the Bahamas International Film Festival announces the return of the Filmmaker’s Residency Program.
The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF), has announced that Sony Pictures Classics’ acclaimed comedy “Tamara Drewe” will be the opening film at this year’s festival, which takes place December 1-5 in Nassau.
Kanye West, best known for his music, debuted a 30-minute short film titled “Runaway” containing nine songs from his forthcoming album, “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.”
Oakley, the company best known for its high-end fashion sunglasses, is planning to distribute personal glasses for 3D viewing.
‘Children of God’, a film by Bahamian Kareem Mortimer, is a visually exquisite story of gay love in the Caribbean, where homophobia is rampant.