Jamaica on Film: Jamaican Independence through The Camera

To mark 60 years of Jamaican Independence, the British Film Institute launches a Jamaican film festival August 1st through the 9th.
The From Jamaica to the World: Reggae on Film series will screen classics like the Jimmy Cliff classic The Harder They Come, Rockers, Dancehall Queen, Steppin Razor – Red X and No Place Like Home to more recent releases like Inna Di Yard, Sprinter and Africa Redemption: The Life and Legacy of Marcus Garvey.

From Jamaica to the World: Reggae on Film Curated by veteran writer and cultural critic, Lloyd Bradley, author of Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King, the festival offers insights and discussions with panels and other activities into the content, making and history of the films. It explores how they both reflected and contributed to shifts and changes in Jamaican culture, politics and more, in an independent age free from colonial rule. Jamaica declared independence from colonial Britain on August 6th, 1962.

For tickets and further details on From Jamaica to the World: Reggae on Film, visit the British Film Institute website.


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