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Green Screen Environmental Film Festival Opening Night - Play Your Part


The Green Screen Environmental Film Festival is the only festival of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean, bringing local, regional and international films to audiences since 2011. We invite you to the 2019 edition which opens on November 5th at Queen’s Hall at 6pm.

This year marks the second year of our Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition, supported by BMobile, SWMCOL and FilmTT, under the theme  “Waste Not, Want Not” and our submissions all explore the idea of conservation or waste management. 

The festival Opening Night will serve as the world premiere of the Very Short Shorts finalists and prizes will be awarded for the best shorts.

The feature film at the opening will be the Caribbean premiere of a compelling documentary "When Lambs Become Lions". 

With his powerful feature debut, Emmy-winning short filmmaker Jon Kasbe humanizes those struggling to escape poverty through the poaching of endangered elephants in Kenya, against the stunning backdrop of the country’s natural beauty.

After the feature film, guests will be invited to enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and conversation with environmental stakeholders, decision makers, filmmakers and people passionate about sustainability concerns.

Tickets: $200.00 available from:

  1. Paper Based Bookshop - Normandie Hotel, St. Ann’s
  2. Drink Bistro, Woodbrook
  3. Queen's Hall, St. Ann's

Or call 745-6017 for bookings


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