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25 Shortlisted for Film Competition

 

The final round of the Jamaican EU’s short film competition has shortlisted 25 film makers. The candidates have until November 16th to submit their 3-5-minute films on the theme: “My Environment: a heritage to be protected.” The 25 were among a larger group that participated in a mandatory workshop on cinematography, storytelling, editing and post-production. The winners will be announced on December 12, 2019. The top prize is a trip to Europe to take part in a film course.

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Jamaican artist Renee Cox is featured in a group show, The Pleasure Principle, at Maccarone Gallery in LA that runs till November 23rd.

Eight local animation studios are attending the Marché International des Programmes de Communication content trade show in Cannes, France, until October 17th.

Jamaican-born artist Renee Cox was recently appointed Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at Columbia University in New York.

Jamaican visual artist Maia Chung has been invited to send her work for consideration for the Galleria Banditto's 10-day residency prize to be awarded this year, according to an article in

A solo exhibition by Jamaican artist Renee Cox at Carthouse Proper in Brooklyn, New York will feature her critically acclaimed 1993 large-format photograph piece Yo Mama and its counterpar

Jamaican born artist Jasmine Thomas-Girvan has a show at the David Zwirner Gallery in London.

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