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We like having fun and linking with like-minded folks and this work we’re doing is rewarding af ... we’re keeping at it ... check us out in 2019, we’ve got lots in store for YOU ... #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ We all call different islands and cities home, so it’s rare that we’re all together. We just wrapped our year-end convening at HQ in Miami — not pictured here, @jonathanrali out in Londontown who joined us through the wonders of the internet — to close out a breakthrough 2018 and finish plotting some big new steps for #ThirdHorizon. Lots of amazing news that we can’t wait to share. Let’s just say 2019/20 will be 🔥🔥🔥 #CaribbeanFilm #Caribbean #Miami

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davonealexis

Awesome weekend at our @thrdhrzn year end convening at HQ in Miami - to close out a breakthrough 2018 and finish plotting some big new steps for #ThirdHorizon Lost of amazing news that we can't wait to share! 2019/20 will be 🔥🔥🔥

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jasonfitzroy

Jah Jah bring forth milk and honey, don’t stop. #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ We all call different islands and cities home, so it’s rare that we’re all together. We just wrapped our year-end convening at HQ in Miami — not pictured here, @jonathanrali out in Londontown who joined us through the wonders of the internet — to close out a breakthrough 2018 and finish plotting some big new steps for #ThirdHorizon. Lots of amazing news that we can’t wait to share. Let’s just say 2019/20 will be 🔥🔥🔥 #CaribbeanFilm #Caribbean #Miami

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mykalesmith

When I first found out about @thrdhrzn, a Caribbean Film Festival 🏝🎬 in Wynwood, I knew I had to attend. Getting to know the Third Horizon team over the course of 2018 has been a great pleasure. The films I've seen truly elevate the West Indian culture in ways that you don't often see in mainstream media. #RepresentationMatters. From documentaries about the state of 🇵🇷 after Hurricane Maria to short films about sex trafficking of children in 🇭🇹, these films did not disappoint. What was truly inspiring was that the directors were my age. We say we want more Caribbean actors and presentations that genuinely represent us, but the truth is we've always had it. There is even a Caribbean version of Netflix, @studioanansi, that I highly recommend everyone check out 🍿🍷Thank you Third Horizon! The best is yet to come. • #ThirdHorizon #THFF #FilmFestival #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #SouthFlorida

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jasonfitzroy

That’s a wrap on the third edition of #ThirdHorizon. This year, both our team and our audience doubled in size. I am grateful beyond anything I can capture in this caption. I’ve wanted this home and this tribe all my life, and now we’ve built it. There’s so much I wish I could share about what’s coming next; all in time. This is really just the beginning.

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thrdhrzn

With a festival named #ThirdHorizon, year three had to be special. Thank you so much for making #THFF2018 our biggest and best yet by far. Big love to you from all of us! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts

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thelovevote

Many thanks to Third Horizon Film Festival for screening JERRIEL! It was an honor to have our video be part of this beautiful festival and it was great to hear the audience’s enthusiastic response! JERRIEL is a short doc about Jerriel Catala López (@jerriel_cl) by @fistuptv. In it, he lets Boricuas on the mainland know why he thinks they should vote. Please check it out at TheLoveVote.org! Link in bio. Many thanks to @thrdhrzn @jasonfitzroy @robertcolom for the love! ❤️🗳🎥 #TheLoveVote #ThirdHorizon

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thrdhrzn

LA-based bacchanalist/brown-body-music anthropologist @foreignerrrrr to Miami for BACCHANAL PAVILION at #THFF2018 alongside Miami empress @goodgyaldani. We’re taking over a secret location in Little Haiti to grind and sweat down the place. FREE with donation at the door or your #ThirdHorizon weekend pass. All proceeds go to FANM (Family Action Network Movement, Inc.) to aid in their efforts to curtail gentrification in Little Haiti and to fight for the rights of immigrants & other marginalized communities. RSVP to get the address immediately (or ask your friend who already be knowing)! It’s on like boil corn! 🔊🤸🏾‍♀️🍑

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jasonfitzroy

This is why we do #ThirdHorizon Film Festival: to create a space for overdue, often uncomfortable conversations. We’ve just wrapped another sold out screening, this one of the documentary “1950: The Nationalist Uprising” about ten days in 1950 when Puerto Rican nationalists attempted to overthrow U.S. rule on the island. Not everyone in this audience agrees with that cause, and that’s fine. The film creates the space to revisit that conversation, one that’s especially timely now following the events of the past year post-Hurricane Maria. These kinds of conversations about Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba, Barbados, and any number of islands which so many of our city’s residents once called home will be going all weekend. This is who we are. Miami is a CARIBBEAN city as much as it is anything else. If anybody has an issue with that, send them to have a little chat with me. We hope you’ll join us. #THFF2018 #Miami #KnightArts

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zabebent

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carringtoner

Dope frans doing dope tings @thrdhrzn film festival opening last night. What a time to be in Miami. #thirdhorizon #caribbeanfilm #khalilallah

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rainbowvi

Third Horizon Film Festival returns to @pamm with the powerful docu-film #blackmother set in #jamaica #thirdhorizonfilmfestival #thirdhorizon Quite interesting following this journey. #dj was so pumped. >

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kareemtabsch

Great opening night of @thrdhrzn at @pamm this evening with @ernie and we can’t wait for a full weekend of amazing #caribbean #film at @ocinema #wynwood. Thanks the pic @thenewtropic #pamm #perezartmuseum #thirdhorizon #miami #cinema

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the.kgn

Akeem Sharp is set to be the next big thing in Jamaican athletics—not for nothing are they calling the dreadlocked teenage runner the 'Rasta Rocket'. His older brother Germaine, once a promising track-and-field athlete himself and now involved in various shady schemes, is soon on the scene, looking to insinuate himself into Akeem’s life and manipulate his career. With the added burden of an unstable father at home, Akeem is hoping his meteoric rise will take him out of Jamaica and to the United States, where his mother has lived as an illegal migrant for over a decade. @sprinterthefilm is director @stormsaulter’s follow-up to his acclaimed debut, "Better Mus’ Come" and it does not disappoint. This is a highly accomplished, supremely entertaining drama. It's our closing night film at #THFF 2018, and we're thrilled that Storm and producer @how2rob will be here for a Q&A. Be forewarned: tickets to this will sell out early, so don't lag; get yours now via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Jamaica #KnightArts #ThirdHorizon @thrdhrzn

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ayitiimages

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ In director Shabier Kirchner’s short film DADLI, Tiquan, a 13-year-old Antiguan, recounts bits of his daily life in his small village and community. @rathausfilms producer Madeline Askwith will be in attendance for a Q&A. Come catch this screening on Sunday, September 30 at 3:45pm preceding the feature film “Petit Frère”. #THFF2018 tickets and weekend passes are available via the link in our bio! #thirdhorizon #caribbeanfilm #miamifilm #knightarts #antiguaandbarbuda #antigua

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justenblaize

Tomorrow!! #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ Here’s our festival trailer. Join us! . #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #THFF2018 #ThirdHorizon #Caribbean

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justenblaize

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ 1 day until Opening Night! Join us tomorrow at @pamm at 6:30pm as we kick off #THFF2018 with “Black Mother”, director Khalik Allah’s spiritual exploration of Jamaica. Absorbing the bustling metropolis and the tranquil countryside, Allah introduces us to a succession of vividly rendered souls who call this island home. Their candid testimonies create a polyphonic symphony, set against a visual prayer of indelible, hallucinatory, collage-like portraiture. Immersed in the sacred, the profane, and everything in-between, Black Mother channels rebellion and reverence into a deeply personal and visionary ode, one informed by Jamaica’s turbulent history but existing in the urgent present. We follow the film with an electric party on the terrace with @julsbaby_! Tickets and more info via the link in our bio! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Jamaica #Afrobeats #Afropop #KnightArts

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thrdhrzn

1 day until Opening Night! Join us tomorrow at @pamm at 6:30pm as we kick off #THFF2018 with “Black Mother”, director Khalik Allah’s spiritual exploration of Jamaica. Absorbing the bustling metropolis and the tranquil countryside, Allah introduces us to a succession of vividly rendered souls who call this island home. Their candid testimonies create a polyphonic symphony, set against a visual prayer of indelible, hallucinatory, collage-like portraiture. Immersed in the sacred, the profane, and everything in-between, Black Mother channels rebellion and reverence into a deeply personal and visionary ode, one informed by Jamaica’s turbulent history but existing in the urgent present. We follow the film with an electric party on the terrace with @julsbaby_! Tickets and more info via the link in our bio! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Jamaica #Afrobeats #Afropop #KnightArts

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stormsaulter

Can barely contain my excitement for @thrdhrzn ! Sep 27th to 30th - peep the trailer. @sprinterthefilm will close the festival on Sunday, Sept. 30th, 8:30pm @ O Cinema Wynwood #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #THFF2018 #ThirdHorizon #Caribbean

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thenewtropic

We’ve got two tickets to the Third Horizon Film Festival opening night tomorrow to give away! The tickets include a screening of Black Mother, a Q&A with Director Khalik Allah and producer Leah Giblin, and a dope party on the museum terrace. To enter, tag someone you wanna go with and make sure you both follow @thenewtropic. We'll pick our winner at random today at 7 p.m., so hurry – and good luck! Want to check out the rest of the lineup of great Caribbean films? Head over to @thrdhrzn. #film #thirdhorizon #caribbean #miaevents . . . . (In partnership with @thrdhrzn)

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jasonfitzroy

@monicugh and I are giving away a pair of tix to the @thrdhrzn opening night party tonight at @brownliquormia. Not sure how. I think we’ll have a wining competition. For both women and men. 🤔 Extra points if you wear a mesh vest. We’ll figure it out. I guess #ThirdHorizon starts tonight then, right? Kinda sorta? Will figure that out too. Just come thru.

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aliceyardinsta

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topchefron

@Regrann from @haiticulturalx - Lalo’s House featuring @garcelle at @thrdhrzn this weekend in Miami. #Repost @thrdhrzn with @get_repost ・・・ After being taken from their home in Jacmel, Haiti, two young sisters must escape a child sex trafficking ring, disguised as a Catholic orphanage, in this harrowing film inspired by true events. Catch “Lalo’s House” as part of our Caribbean shorts block this Saturday, September 29th at 3pm. #THFF2018 tickets and weekend passes flying fast at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com, the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Haiti #Ayiti #HumanTrafficking #Miami #ThirdHorizon #KnightArts

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aliceyardinsta

Third Horizon Film Festival @thrdhrzn over in Wynwood, Miami ft Trinibagonian artist, Rodell Warner @rodellwarner for the series, "You'll see" curated by @ccozier50 #wynwood #thirdhorizon #filmfestival #rodellwarner #Caribbeanart #caribbeanfilm #contemporaryart

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thrdhrzn

#THFF2018 Festival Artist @rodellwarner has landed. And so has our 2018 poster! Catch Rodell’s show “You’ll See” which kicks off day two of the festival this Friday at 5:30pm at @ocinema. Free with RSVP via the link in our bio! 2 days til #ThirdHorizon! #CaribbeanFilm #Trinidad #CaribbeanArt #Miami #KnightArts

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ayitiimages

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ Just three days until the third edition of Third Horizon Film Festival. Here’s our festival trailer. Join us! . #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #THFF2018 #ThirdHorizon #Caribbean

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romiiluke

🔥🔥🔥🔥 . . . #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ Just three days until the third edition of Third Horizon Film Festival. Here’s our festival trailer. Join us! . #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #THFF2018 #ThirdHorizon #Caribbean

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timehriff

🔥🔥🔥 . . . #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ Just three days until the third edition of Third Horizon Film Festival. Here’s our festival trailer. Join us! . #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #THFF2018 #ThirdHorizon #Caribbean

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jasonfitzroy

Three days... ⏳ Repost @thrdhrzn Just three days until the third edition of Third Horizon Film Festival. Here’s our festival trailer. Join us! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #THFF2018 #ThirdHorizon #Caribbean

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thrdhrzn

Just three days until the third edition of Third Horizon Film Festival. Here’s our festival trailer. Join us! . #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #THFF2018 #ThirdHorizon #Caribbean

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thefreshmouth

Go support my fwans!!!! #Repost @newnegressfilmsociety (@get_repost) ・・・ We are incredibly excited to screen the very first New Negress Film Society production FUCKED LIKE A STAR at this year's Third Horizon Film Festival (@thrdhrzn). Join director Stefani Saintonge (@steffisees) and producers Zuri Obi (@_video.zoe_) and Chanelle Aponte Pearson (@capontepearson) this Saturday, 9/29 at 3pm. Make sure to buy your tix today! #Repost @thrdhrzn with @get_repost ・・・ A meditation on the dream-life of ants, women, and fucking, set to the words of Toni Morrison, the short film “Fucked Like A Star” screens as part of our Caribbean Shorts block on Saturday, September 29th at 3pm. We’re very, very excited that director @steffisees of @newnegressfilmsociety and producer @_video.zoe_ will be in the building for a Q&A! Get your #THFF tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Haiti #Ayiti #ToniMorrison #ThirdHorizon

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newnegressfilmsociety

We are incredibly excited to screen the very first New Negress Film Society production FUCKED LIKE A STAR at this year's Third Horizon Film Festival (@thrdhrzn). Join director Stefani Saintonge (@steffisees) and producers Zuri Obi (@_video.zoe_) and Chanelle Aponte Pearson (@capontepearson) this Saturday, 9/29 at 3pm. Make sure to buy your tix today! #Repost @thrdhrzn with @get_repost ・・・ A meditation on the dream-life of ants, women, and fucking, set to the words of Toni Morrison, the short film “Fucked Like A Star” screens as part of our Caribbean Shorts block on Saturday, September 29th at 3pm. We’re very, very excited that director @steffisees of @newnegressfilmsociety and producer @_video.zoe_ will be in the building for a Q&A! Get your #THFF tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Haiti #Ayiti #ToniMorrison #ThirdHorizon

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capontepearson

Miami!! Join me this Saturday, 9/29 at the Third Horizon Film Festival (@thrdhrzn). The first New Negress Film Society (@newnegressfilmsociety) production Fucked Like a Star screens this Saturday, 9/29 at 3pm. #Repost @thrdhrzn with @get_repost ・・・ A meditation on the dream-life of ants, women, and fucking, set to the words of Toni Morrison, the short film “Fucked Like A Star” screens as part of our Caribbean Shorts block on Saturday, September 29th at 3pm. We’re very, very excited that director @steffisees of @newnegressfilmsociety and producer @_video.zoe_ will be in the building for a Q&A! Get your #THFF tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Haiti #Ayiti #ToniMorrison #ThirdHorizon

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timehriff

dis one here . . . Special!! ... #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ We have something pretty special planned next Sunday. We kick off the fourth day of #THFF2018 with a Roti Brunch featuring the Guyanese delicacies of B&M Market, the little Caribbean grocery on NE 79th Street that was featured on Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown. While we eat, we'll be watching a trio of films centered around the life and times of Guyana's Walter Rodney, the noted scholar and activist who was one of the most influential revolutionary minds to emerge from the Caribbean before his assassination by car bomb in 1980. His work would go on to have great influence in the Black Power movement and liberation struggles worldwide. We begin with a retrospective — "The Terror and the Time" (1978) and "In The Sky's Wild Noise" (1983) — of the films of the Victor Jara Collective. Named in honor of the Chilean musician and dissident Victor Jara, who was murdered by the Pinochet regime in 1973, and influenced by the politically committed New Latin American cinema of the 1960s, the collective formed with the intention of making formally daring films that explored Guyana’s own political, social and economic struggles as an emergent postcolonial nation. We close with "The Past Is Not Our Future: The Student Years of Walter Rodney"(2017), which retraces the time Rodney spent as an undergraduate at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica in the early 1960s. When he later became a controversial lecturer at UWI, the government removed him from his post, sparking riots. The film’s director, Matthew Smith, will be present for a Q&A, in addition to Rupert Roopnaraine of the Victor Jara Collective. We invite you to feast with us. Free with your #ThirdHorizon weekend pass, or with individual tickets to the film, brunch or both. It's all available at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com. #CaribbeanFilm #Guyana #BlackPower #Socialist #Colonialism #WalterRodney #Jamaica #Africa #Diaspora #KnightArts 🇬🇾🇬🇾💥🔥🔥

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caribbeanfilm

dis is a special one ... #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ We have something pretty special planned next Sunday. We kick off the fourth day of #THFF2018 with a Roti Brunch featuring the Guyanese delicacies of B&M Market, the little Caribbean grocery on NE 79th Street that was featured on Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown. While we eat, we'll be watching a trio of films centered around the life and times of Guyana's Walter Rodney, the noted scholar and activist who was one of the most influential revolutionary minds to emerge from the Caribbean before his assassination by car bomb in 1980. His work would go on to have great influence in the Black Power movement and liberation struggles worldwide. We begin with a retrospective — "The Terror and the Time" (1978) and "In The Sky's Wild Noise" (1983) — of the films of the Victor Jara Collective. Named in honor of the Chilean musician and dissident Victor Jara, who was murdered by the Pinochet regime in 1973, and influenced by the politically committed New Latin American cinema of the 1960s, the collective formed with the intention of making formally daring films that explored Guyana’s own political, social and economic struggles as an emergent postcolonial nation. We close with "The Past Is Not Our Future: The Student Years of Walter Rodney"(2017), which retraces the time Rodney spent as an undergraduate at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica in the early 1960s. When he later became a controversial lecturer at UWI, the government removed him from his post, sparking riots. The film’s director, Matthew Smith, will be present for a Q&A, in addition to Rupert Roopnaraine of the Victor Jara Collective. We invite you to feast with us. Free with your #ThirdHorizon weekend pass, or with individual tickets to the film, brunch or both. It's all available at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com. #CaribbeanFilm #Guyana #BlackPower #Socialist #Colonialism #WalterRodney #Jamaica #Africa #Diaspora #KnightArts 🇬🇾🇬🇾💥🔥🔥

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thrdhrzn

After being taken from their home in Jacmel, Haiti, two young sisters must escape a child sex trafficking ring, disguised as a Catholic orphanage, in this harrowing film inspired by true events. Catch “Lalo’s House” as part of our Caribbean shorts block this Saturday, September 29th at 3pm. #THFF2018 tickets and weekend passes flying fast at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com, the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Haiti #Ayiti #HumanTrafficking #Miami #ThirdHorizon #KnightArts

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ayitiimages

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ In this textured and surprising personal documentary, Haitian filmmaker and actress Gessica Généus undertakes a journey to understand what she calls Haiti’s “illness of the soul”—the country’s fraught religious divide between Vodou and Christianity. With her mother’s bipolarity as her poignant point of departure, Généus skilfully interweaves traditional interviews and ethnographic-style observation with poetic narration as she seeks to connect the dots of her family’s, and her island’s, fractured history. The result is a moving meditation on both mental illness and a nation’s as-yet unassuaged inner turmoil. Catch “Douvan Jou Ka Leve (The Sun Will Rise)” on Friday, September 28th at 7:30pm. It’s preceded by the short film “The Crying Conch”, a modern fable in which a man is drawn into following in the footsteps of the historic Haitian slave leader Mackandal, who is trapped in a curse which started centuries ago. Get your #THFF 2018 tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Haiti #Ayiti #Vodou #Makandal #KnightArts #ThirdHorizon

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thrdhrzn

In 1953, what was then known as British Guiana elected its first “internal self government” under colonial rule. Nervous about the government’s progressive programs and supposed Soviet influence, the British suspended the constitution, jailed the democratically elected leaders, and staged a military invasion. Made in 1978, “The Terror and the Time” is an incendiary piece of agitprop documentary filmmaking that revisits the events of that seminal year in Guyanese history. Set to a series of poems by the great poet Martin Carter and against the backdrop of the cold war and events of 1953 in such places as Iran, Guatemala, Kenya and the US, this film—the first of only two works by the Victor Jara Collective—was banned by Guyana’s government, and has rarely screened since it was made. See it next Sunday, September 30th at #THFF2018. You also have the option to upgrade your ticket to enjoy a delicious Guyanese roti brunch with us. Tickets now on sale via the link in our bio. #CaribbeanFilm #Guyana #ThirdHorizon #Colonialism #Miami

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haiticulturalx

#Repost @thrdhrzn with @get_repost ・・・ In this textured and surprising personal documentary, Haitian filmmaker and actress Gessica Généus undertakes a journey to understand what she calls Haiti’s “illness of the soul”—the country’s fraught religious divide between Vodou and Christianity. With her mother’s bipolarity as her poignant point of departure, Généus skilfully interweaves traditional interviews and ethnographic-style observation with poetic narration as she seeks to connect the dots of her family’s, and her island’s, fractured history. The result is a moving meditation on both mental illness and a nation’s as-yet unassuaged inner turmoil. Catch “Douvan Jou Ka Leve (The Sun Will Rise)” on Friday, September 28th at 7:30pm. It’s preceded by the short film “The Crying Conch”, a modern fable in which a man is drawn into following in the footsteps of the historic Haitian slave leader Mackandal, who is trapped in a curse which started centuries ago. Get your #THFF 2018 tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Haiti #Ayiti #Vodou #Makandal #KnightArts #ThirdHorizon

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jasonfitzroy

From Bourdain to Black Power. Really proud of and excited for this particular bit of programming at Third Horizon Film Festival next week. Let us feed your bellies and brains.👇🏾 Repost @thrdhrzn We have something pretty special planned next Sunday. We kick off the fourth day of #THFF2018 with a Roti Brunch featuring the Guyanese delicacies of B&M Market, the little Caribbean grocery on NE 79th Street that was featured on Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown. While we eat, we'll be watching a trio of films centered around the life and times of Guyana's Walter Rodney, the noted scholar and activist who was one of the most influential revolutionary minds to emerge from the Caribbean before his assassination by car bomb in 1980. His work would go on to have great influence in the Black Power movement and liberation struggles worldwide. We begin with a retrospective — "The Terror and the Time" (1978) and "In The Sky's Wild Noise" (1983) — of the films of the Victor Jara Collective. Named in honor of the Chilean musician and dissident Victor Jara, who was murdered by the Pinochet regime in 1973, and influenced by the politically committed New Latin American cinema of the 1960s, the collective formed with the intention of making formally daring films that explored Guyana’s own political, social and economic struggles as an emergent postcolonial nation. We close with "The Past Is Not Our Future: The Student Years of Walter Rodney"(2017), which retraces the time Rodney spent as an undergraduate at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica in the early 1960s. When he later became a controversial lecturer at UWI, the government removed him from his post, sparking riots. The film’s director, Matthew Smith, will be present for a Q&A, in addition to Rupert Roopnaraine of the Victor Jara Collective. We invite you to feast with us. Free with your #ThirdHorizon weekend pass, or with individual tickets to the film, brunch or both. It's all available at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com or via the link in our bio. #CaribbeanFilm #Guyana #BlackPower #Socialist #Colonialism #WalterRodney #Jamaica #Africa #Diaspora #KnightArts

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thrdhrzn

We have something pretty special planned next Sunday. We kick off the fourth day of #THFF2018 with a Roti Brunch featuring the Guyanese delicacies of B&M Market, the little Caribbean grocery on NE 79th Street that was featured on Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown. While we eat, we'll be watching a trio of films centered around the life and times of Guyana's Walter Rodney, the noted scholar and activist who was one of the most influential revolutionary minds to emerge from the Caribbean before his assassination by car bomb in 1980. His work would go on to have great influence in the Black Power movement and liberation struggles worldwide. We begin with a retrospective — "The Terror and the Time" (1978) and "In The Sky's Wild Noise" (1983) — of the films of the Victor Jara Collective. Named in honor of the Chilean musician and dissident Victor Jara, who was murdered by the Pinochet regime in 1973, and influenced by the politically committed New Latin American cinema of the 1960s, the collective formed with the intention of making formally daring films that explored Guyana’s own political, social and economic struggles as an emergent postcolonial nation. We close with "The Past Is Not Our Future: The Student Years of Walter Rodney"(2017), which retraces the time Rodney spent as an undergraduate at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica in the early 1960s. When he later became a controversial lecturer at UWI, the government removed him from his post, sparking riots. The film’s director, Matthew Smith, will be present for a Q&A, in addition to Rupert Roopnaraine of the Victor Jara Collective. We invite you to feast with us. Free with your #ThirdHorizon weekend pass, or with individual tickets to the film, brunch or both. It's all available at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com or via the link in our bio. #CaribbeanFilm #Guyana #BlackPower #Socialist #Colonialism #WalterRodney #Jamaica #Africa #Diaspora #KnightArts

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stormsaulter

💥💥💥 wise words from @thrdhrzn #repost ・・・ We’re posting this clip for two reasons: 1) As a reminder to get your moves sorted for our two parties next week, those being our Opening Night Party on Thursday at @pamm with @julsbaby_, and Bacchanal Pavilion, our late night session on Saturday with @foreignerrrrr and @goodgyaldani at a secret location in Little Haiti. We mashing down both places 2) Because it’s a clip from the new @arcadefire music video set in Kingston and directed by @stormsaulter, an old friend of the festival’s whose new film “Sprinter” will be closing out the weekend. If you’re trying to see it, you need to get your ticket NOW because (insider tip) it will most likely be our first film to sell out. Grab your tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio. They 👏🏾 will 👏🏾 not 👏🏾 last 👏🏾 #ThirdHorizon #Jamaica #Afrobeats #Afropop #Afrobeats #KnightArts #CaribbeanFilm

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caribbeanfilm

Sooo looking forward to @thrdhrzn this year ... and these are just the parties ... man oh man ... #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ We’re posting this clip for two reasons: 1) As a reminder to get your moves sorted for our two parties next week, those being our Opening Night Party on Thursday at @pamm with @julsbaby_, and Bacchanal Pavilion, our late night session on Saturday with @foreignerrrrr and @goodgyaldani at a secret location in Little Haiti. We mashing down both places 2) Because it’s a clip from the new @arcadefire music video set in Kingston and directed by @stormsaulter, an old friend of the festival’s whose new film “Sprinter” will be closing out the weekend. If you’re trying to see it, you need to get your ticket NOW because (insider tip) it will most likely be our first film to sell out. Grab your tickets and weekend passes now via thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com. They 👏🏾 will 👏🏾 not 👏🏾 last 👏🏾 #ThirdHorizon #Jamaica #Afrobeats #Afropop #Afrobeats #KnightArts #CaribbeanFilm

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jasonfitzroy

A public service announcement from #ThirdHorizon Repost @thrdhrzn We’re posting this clip for two reasons: 1) As a reminder to get your moves sorted for our two parties next week, those being our Opening Night Party on Thursday at @pamm with @julsbaby_, and Bacchanal Pavilion, our late night session on Saturday with @foreignerrrrr and @goodgyaldani at a secret location in Little Haiti. We mashing down both places 2) Because it’s a clip from the new @arcadefire music video set in Kingston and directed by @stormsaulter, an old friend of the festival’s whose new film “Sprinter” will be closing out the weekend. If you’re trying to see it, you need to get your ticket NOW because (insider tip) it will most likely be our first film to sell out. Grab your tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio. They 👏🏾 will 👏🏾 not 👏🏾 last 👏🏾 #ThirdHorizon #Jamaica #Afrobeats #Afropop #Afrobeats #KnightArts #CaribbeanFilm

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thrdhrzn

We’re posting this clip for two reasons: 1) As a reminder to get your moves sorted for our two parties next week, those being our Opening Night Party on Thursday at @pamm with @julsbaby_, and Bacchanal Pavilion, our late night session on Saturday with @foreignerrrrr and @goodgyaldani at a secret location in Little Haiti. We mashing down both places 2) Because it’s a clip from the new @arcadefire music video set in Kingston and directed by @stormsaulter, an old friend of the festival’s whose new film “Sprinter” will be closing out the weekend. If you’re trying to see it, you need to get your ticket NOW because (insider tip) it will most likely be our first film to sell out. Grab your tickets and weekend passes now via the link in our bio. They 👏🏾 will 👏🏾 not 👏🏾 last 👏🏾 #ThirdHorizon #Jamaica #Afrobeats #Afropop #Afrobeats #KnightArts #CaribbeanFilm

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racablog

#Repost @alysiasimone (@get_repost) ・・・ A week from now catch me enjoying cutting edge Caribbean films, wining up to the wickedest chunes and nyaming all the yummy foods in the heart of Miami at the 3rd annual @thrdhrzn film festival. Come thru nuh! Repost @thrdhrzn (@get_repost) ・・・ It’s one week ‘til Opening Night! Join us next Thursday as we kick off #THFF2018 at @pamm with the Miami premiere of director Khalik Allah’s “Black Mother”, a ‘visual prayer’ to Jamaica, followed by a session on the terrace with @julsbaby_ ! Free with museum admission or your #ThirdHorizon weekend pass. Get yours now at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com, via the link in our bio! 7 days til Third Horizon! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Jamaica #Ghana #KhalikAllah #Afrobeat #Afrobeats #Afropop #Dancehall #KnightArts

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selectorstring34

Wish I could be there for this Repost from @jasonfitzroy using @RepostRegramApp - Join me, @quantumkeisha and our friend Nathaniel Sandler of @bookleggerslibrary as we provide live commentary to one of the most problematic action movies of all time, Steven Seagal’s “Marked for Death”, the one with the Rasta bad guys. Yeah, for real. ASTONISHING DETAILS BELOW👇🏾 Repost @thrdhrzn Q: Dear @thrdhrzn, I enjoy your thoughtfully curated selection of nuanced Caribbean films. Why then, are you showing a Steven Seagal film? A: Hi there! 1990’s “Marked for Death” finds Seagal fighting a gang of vile drug-dealing Rastas. What’s interesting is they’re based on the real-life Shower Posse, a gang which terrorized Miami and NYC in the 1980s. Its origins are (allegedly) due in part to the CIA arming gangs in Jamaica in the 1970s to thwart the Communist influence of neighboring Cuba. From white savior tropes to Caribbean stereotyping to conspiracy theories that probably aren’t mere theories at all, there’s a lot to unpack here, so we’ll be doing live commentary during the screening with Duane Blake, son of the Shower Posse’s former leader. The night is hosted by #ThirdHorizon co-founders Jason Fitzroy Jeffers and Keisha Rae Witherspoon, along with Nathaniel Sandler of @bookleggerslibrary, who will serve as the panel’s token white person. It’s going to be a night of dumb and deeply insightful fun. Hope to see you there on Friday, September 28th at 11:30pm. Presented in association with our friends @borschtcorp. Thanks for asking! #THFF2018 tickets and weekend passes available via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #ThirdHorizon #Jamaica #StevenSeagal #KnightArts #ActionMovie

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thrdhrzn

Q: Dear @thrdhrzn, I enjoy your thoughtfully curated selection of nuanced Caribbean films. Why then, are you showing a Steven Seagal film? A: Hi there! 1990’s “Marked for Death” finds Seagal fighting a gang of vile drug-dealing Rastas. What’s interesting is they’re based on the real-life Shower Posse, a gang which terrorized Miami and NYC in the 1980s. Its origins are (allegedly) due in part to the CIA arming gangs in Jamaica in the 1970s to thwart the Communist influence of neighboring Cuba. From white savior tropes to Caribbean stereotyping to conspiracy theories that probably aren’t mere theories at all, there’s a lot to unpack here, so we’ll be doing live commentary during the screening with Duane Blake, son of the Shower Posse’s former leader. The night is hosted by #ThirdHorizon co-founders Jason Fitzroy Jeffers and Keisha Rae Witherspoon (@quantumkeisha), along with Nathaniel Sandler of @bookleggerslibrary, who will serve as the panel’s token white person. It’s going to be a night of dumb and deeply insightful fun. Hope to see you there on Friday, September 28th at 11:30pm. Presented in association with our friends @borschtcorp. Thanks for asking! #THFF2018 tickets and weekend passes available via the link in our bio! #CaribbeanFilm #ThirdHorizon #Jamaica #StevenSeagal #KnightArts #ActionMovie

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caribbeanfilm

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ The shadows of Napoleon’s army fall upon a boat traveling through a mysterious cave named after Marie Jeanne, a female soldier who fought in the Haitian Revolution. It is this battle inside her cave that will become the most successful slave revolution in history. Catch director Shirley Bruno's "An Excavation of Us" on Saturday, September 29 at 12pm preceding the feature "1950: The Nationalist Uprising" at @ocinema Wynwood! Tickets and weekend passes now on sale at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #ThirdHorizon #Haiti #Ayiti #1804 #Revolution #KnightArts

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caribbeanfilm

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ In @melglgrant’s moving short film “The Book of Jasmine” A young Spiritual Baptist woman undergoes the faith’s mourning ritual to seek guidance in suppressing her desires for the woman she loves. Catch it next Friday, September 28th at 9:30pm, screening before the feature “Azougue Nazaré”. #THFF2018 tickets and weekend passes available at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanFilm #Barbados #SpiritualBaptist #KnightArts

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caribbeanfilm

Our featured artist ... #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ It’s our great pleasure to introduce our #THFF2018 Festival Artist @rodellwarner, hailing from Trinidad and Tobago! It’s his amazing work you’ve seen gracing our trailers, flyers and posters, and we’re thrilled he will be in Miami for the festival to present a new show entitled “You’ll See”, curated by @ccozier50. Join us for the opening reception and artist talk with Rodell, Christopher and moderator Dr. Pat Saunders of the University of Miami at @ocinema on Friday, September 28th at 5:30pm! For more info and fest tickets, visit thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanArt #KnightArts #Miami #Trinidad #TrinidadandTobago

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caribbeanfilm

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ “La Ruta” is an immersive, experimental work that documents the now-abandoned recreational infrastructure, uncontrolled natural landscapes and off-road sites of Puerto Rico’s Panoramic Route. Built in 1974 as the government’s alternative to bring tourism and progress to the central-mountain range of the island, the route is known for its poor road infrastructure and disconnection from the more densely populated metropolitan areas. This has resulted in a loss of the historical sites on the route. We’re excited to be presenting the world premiere of @natalialassallem ’s new film during our Caribbean Shorts block on Saturday, September 29th at 3pm. Get your #THFF2018 tickets and weekend passes at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #KnightArts #ExperimentalFilm #PuertoRico

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justenblaize

#Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ It’s our great pleasure to introduce our #THFF2018 Festival Artist @rodellwarner, hailing from Trinidad and Tobago! It’s his amazing work you’ve seen gracing our trailers, flyers and posters, and we’re thrilled he will be in Miami for the festival to present a new show entitled “You’ll See”, curated by @ccozier50. Join us for the opening reception and artist talk with Rodell, Christopher and moderator Dr. Pat Saunders of the University of Miami at @ocinema on Friday, September 28th at 5:30pm! For more info and fest tickets, visit thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com via the link in our bio! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanArt #KnightArts #Miami #Trinidad #TrinidadandTobago

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artloftsfl

#THFF2018 Festival artist @rodellwarner . . . #Repost @thrdhrzn with @get_repost ・・・ It’s our great pleasure to introduce our #THFF2018 Festival Artist @rodellwarner, hailing from Trinidad and Tobago! It’s his amazing work you’ve seen gracing our trailers, flyers and posters, and we’re thrilled he will be in Miami for the festival to present a new show entitled “You’ll See”, curated by @ccozier50. Join us for the opening reception and artist talk with Rodell, Christopher and moderator Dr. Pat Saunders of the University of Miami at @ocinema on Friday, September 28th at 5:30pm! For more info and fest tickets, visit thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com via the link in our bio! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanArt #KnightArts #Miami #Trinidad #TrinidadandTobago

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thrdhrzn

It’s one week ‘til Opening Night! Join us next Thursday as we kick off #THFF2018 at @pamm with the Miami premiere of director Khalik Allah’s “Black Mother”, a ‘visual prayer’ to Jamaica, followed by a session on the terrace with @julsbaby_ ! Free with museum admission or your #ThirdHorizon weekend pass. Get yours now at thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com, via the link in our bio! 7 days til Third Horizon! #CaribbeanFilm #Miami #Jamaica #Ghana #KhalikAllah #Afrobeat #Afrobeats #Afropop #Dancehall #KnightArts

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third_horizon_event_managment

Do not let any line divided, but connected. You, Me, and THEM. #thirdhorizon #eventmanagement #plan #coordinate #execute #penang #kedah

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rodellwarner

Feeling honoured & looking forward ✨🙏🏾✨ #Repost @thrdhrzn ・・・ It’s our great pleasure to introduce our #THFF2018 Festival Artist @rodellwarner, hailing from Trinidad and Tobago! It’s his amazing work you’ve seen gracing our trailers, flyers and posters, and we’re thrilled he will be in Miami for the festival to present a new show entitled “You’ll See”, curated by @ccozier50. Join us for the opening reception and artist talk with Rodell, Christopher and moderator Dr. Pat Saunders of the University of Miami at @ocinema on Friday, September 28th at 5:30pm! For more info and fest tickets, visit thirdhorizonfilmfestival.com via the link in our bio! #ThirdHorizon #CaribbeanArt #KnightArts #Miami #Trinidad #TrinidadandTobago

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