I have recently posted two blogs about films I have seen as part of the African Remembrance Day programme at the BFI:
This documentary by Esther Figueroa explores the way the hotels and tourism industry in Jamaica is destroying the island’s coastline and with it, its wildlife, and a whole way of life for many people.
This documentary depicts the lives of five Haitian women living in abject poverty in urban Haiti. Each woman tells her own story.
For more about Haitian history and the current situation following the earthquake, visit:
Do we really know about what is happening in the Caribbean? We need better sources of information.