On Friday, October 28th, cariBBeing’s “fl@tbush film fest 2nd edition” will celebrate its opening ceremony with a night showcasing emerging filmmakers and artists from Trinidad. The festivities kick-off at 6:30pm at MoCADA, located at 80 Hanson Pl in Brooklyn, NY. A reception with wine and refreshments will be held before the films.
Opening the night will be Daniel Goudrouffe’s photo essay, “Black Men Are Good” and Roger Alexis’ short film, “Contemporary Sorcerer.” In the spirit of Halloween weekend, the evening’s feature film is “3 Line,” a shocking supernatural thriller filled with Caribbean folklore. “3 Line” follows six friends who head to a quiet fishing village to make an investigative documentary. What starts out as a routine film shoot in a supposed paradise quickly turns into hell as the friends find themselves preyed on by a demented family of sadists. “3 Line” delivers a thrilling cinematic experience that will leave the audience shocked in their seats.
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