Sasa: the premiere

Sunday 26th September,
4.00pm – Eastern time,
9.00pm – BST, London

Just 6 days to go until Caribbean Folklore Storytime presents my short film, SASA.
There are still a few tickets left, but if you’re like a friend of mine and you don’t like the Eventbrite registration situation, I’m giving you a sneaky look at the link for the show on Sunday.

Click the link below to join the webinar:
Passcode: SASA

It’s shaping up to be a true Pan-Caribbean event. We managed to get some outstanding guests for the discussion following the film screening.

Dr. Anthony Richards from Antigua and Barbuda: bio-chemist and expert on ‘bush’ medicine and African/Caribbean Traditions
Sonja Dumas from Trinidad: dancer and board member of one of Trinidad’s oldest Theatre’s, The Little Carib Theatre.
Rawle Gibbons from Trinidad: Senior Lecturer UWI, and legendary playwright
Adrian Green from Barbados: Spoken word artist
Andrew Millington from Barbados: Head of the Department of Creative and Performing Arts, UWI
Dr. Amina Blackwood Meeks from Jamaica: writer, storyteller and founder of Jamaica’s annual Ananse Sunsplash

The event will be hosted by Ayanna Young Marshall from Barbados and Guyana.
Caribbean Folklore Storytime is led by Anne Worm from Grenada.

And if linking to the webinar is more than you can handle, you can catch the live stream on YouTube @Caribbean Freedom Fighters.