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“In the Black” — the amazing memoir about Canadian businessman Denham Jolly founding that nation’s first black radio station — is soon to become an amazing film by director Frances-Anne Solomon. Solomon announced recently that she has begun work on a feature film based on...

Filmmaker and head of the CaribbeanTales Film Festival, Francis Anne Solomon announced this week that she has begun work on a feature film based on the book In the Black, the autobiography of businessman Denham Jolly. Jolly is best known as the founder of Canada’s first...

HERO, the highly acclaimed feature film inspired by the extraordinary life and times of Trinidad and Tobago citizen, diplomat and judge Ulric Cross, won the newly created Ja’Net Feature Narrative Award at the 28th Pan African Film and Arts Festival (PAFF), held recently in West...

Frances-Anne Solomon did not know Ulric Cross’s story but…..the request to make a film about him came from her mother. And so she started on a quest which ultimately led to Hero. It opens the Bermuda International Film Festival on March 20. “The story came to me...

Frances Anne Solomon's film HERO has been awarded the newly created Ja’Net Feature Narrative Award, renamed in honor of PAFF co-founder, Ja'Net Dubois. The award was bestowed on the film following a sold-out Opening Night of the 28th Pan African Film and Arts Festival, (PAFF) with...