Unfinished Sentences

Synopsis: 
A filmmaker daughter and her writer father navigate the conflicting issues of their relationship: race and art, adoration and disappointment, success and failure. Until he dies and in her grief, she discovers that his poetry and prose transcend death, allowing her to hear his voice again and find a way back to herself.
Proyecciones
Mon, 9 Apr 2018 - 6:50 pm
Cinépolis Multiplaza Sala 5
Type of screening: 
Pública
Tue, 10 Apr 2018 - 6:50 pm
Cinépolis Multiplaza Sala 1
Type of screening: 
Pública
Ficha Técnica

Original Title: 
UNFINISHED SENTENCES
Year: 
2018
País: 
Languages: 
English
Run time: 
95 min
Subtítulos: 
Spanish
Rating: 
All Public

Screenplay: 
Mariel Brown
Fernanda Rossi
Photography: 
Sean Edghill
Nadia Huggins
Edition: 
Laura Fong-Prosper
Music: 
Francesco Emmanuel
Cast: 
Renaldo Frederick
Che Jardine
Alessandra Jardine
Mariel Brown
Mariel Brown is the award-winning director of the creative and production companies SAVANT and SAVANT Films. Since 2007, her films have won: CBU (Caribbean Broadcasting Union) award for Best Television Documentary ‘West Indies at War’; jury prize for Best Documentary Short ‘Smallman’ (Caribbean Tales International Film Festival); Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary ‘The Insatiable Season’, Best Locally Produced Film (‘Solitary Alchemist’) and Best Local Film Jury Prize (‘Inward Hunger’) at the well-regarded Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival. Her films have been screened at several international festivals including Clermont-Ferrand (market), the Pan African Film Festival, and Havana International Film Festival. Her films have been selected for curated screenings at the prestigious Victoria & Albert Museum in London, The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto and Real Art Ways in Hartford, Connecticut. Her feature films have been acquired for distribution by CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution and are available through their partnership with Third World Newsreel, and ‘Smallman’ was picked up for online distribution by Afropop.tv and Studio Anansi, as well as cable TV broadcast by Shorts TV in the UK. Her work has been written about in top-flight international publications including Variety, Screen Daily and Filmmaker Magazine.