Barbadian Youth Film "PAYDAY" at London Cinema
Submitted by Sankofa Televisual
Let all your friends know that we have a RARE OPPORTUNITY to see a Bajan film let alone a Bajan youth film at a London cinema – ”PAYDAY” 15 December 2014.
We have also spoken a lot about engaging the youths with their roots back home so let us also encourage young people in the UK to experience their Caribbean heritage via the cinema screen. Flyer attached.
The Bajan youth film “Payday” has its UK première at the Stratford Picturehouse, London.
Tickets £7.50 via 08719-025740 or http://bit.ly/1uogn5w
The award-winning “Payday” is a Caribbean youth comedy drama which showcases a raw slice of Barbadian community life all within one day. The story is about two best friends (Romie and Pack) who, trying to escape their boring jobs and demanding families, put their entire salaries into a down payment on a car repair garage. But setting up in business is hilariously complicated by crazy ex-girlfriends, violent drug men and eccentric villagers …
The multi-award winning Payday was so popular in Barbados that it screened every day to packed audiences for thirteen weeks solid!
Q&A: post-screening discussion with production team and cast live from Barbados (via Skype)
Supporting films: Rebecca’s Story (Guyana), Small World (UK-Jamaica).
Full details here: http://bit.ly/1AQz1rS
More about the #FilmCaribbeanUK Caribbean film festival in London at www.sankofa-tv.co.uk