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TITLE

TAPE #

DATE

DESCRIPTION

LENGTH

FORMAT

Programme 2 Gayelle Series Three 1985

124X

October 3, 1985

Hosay - Part 2
Cultural Sprangalang
Shortpants - interview on Copyright
V.O.I.D. - Copyright
Dollars
Ron Reid feature
What's On

35:04

U-Matic

Programme 3 Gayelle Series Three 1985

125X

October 10, 1985

Feed Forward
Alice McGill
V.O.I.D.
What's On
Dollars
Cultural Sprangalang
Samuel Selvon

36:10

U-Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle Series Three 1985

126X

October 17, 1985

Feed Forward
Man in the Street
V.O.I.D.
What's On
Dollars
Cultural Sprangalang
Caribana - Pinheiro feature

30:30

U-Matic

Programme 5 Gayelle series Three 1985

127X

October 24, 1985

Man in the Street
V.O.I.D.
Cultural Sprangalang
The Group and the Playhouse - Rape
Willie Chen - Freedom Road
Dollars
What's On
Ramleela I

31:38

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle Series Three 1985

128X

October 31, 1985

Man in the Street
V.O.I.D. - Queen's visit
Cultural Sprangalang
What's On
St. Lucia - La Maguerite Feast - Courtesy G.I.S. St. Lucia
Dollars
Ramleela II

35:02

U-Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle Series Three 1985

129X

November 7, 1985

Feed Forward
Marble Pitching
Cultural Sprangalang
Small Goal Post
What's On
Pat Flores
Dollars
Indian Parang
Catelli Classical Jewels

36:59

U-Matic

Programme 8 Gayelle Series Three 1985

130X

November 14, 1985

Divali
Man in the Street
What's On
Belmont Jr. Secondary - Dance Classes, W.U.T.T. - Short Story Workshop, Ronald John Drama Rehersal
Dollars
Cultural Sprangalang
V.O.I.D. - On Media
Wendy Ifill

36:08

U-Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle Series Three 1985

131X

November 21, 1985

School Steelband & Drama Festicval
Cultural Sprangalang
What's On-Beryl Mc Bernie Foundation
Film Festival - La Rue Casas Negres
V.O.I.D. - Censorship
Dollars
Man in Best Village
Gayelle on Best Village Stage

35:06

U-Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle series Three 1985

132X

November 28, 1985

Feed Forward
Tobago School Art Festival
What's On - with Zowie
National Fine Arts Centre
La Diablesse by Luise Kimme
Dollars
Sprangalang
Abdul Malik - Return of a Bad Poet

34:21

U-Matic

Programme 11 Gayelle Series Three 1985

133X

December 5, 1985

Santa Rosa Arts Centre
What's On
Kariwak
Big Bamboo - Freddie Harris
V.O.I.D.
Dollars
Cultural Sprangalang
Arima Arts Centre

32:12

U-Matic

Programme 12 Gayelle Series Three 1985

134X

December 12, 1985

Beryl Mc Bernie Folk House
Turtle Beach Tobago History Exhibition & Corland Museum
What's On
Dollars/V.O.I.D.
Cultural Sprangalang
Children's Mobile Theatre

33:55

U-Matic

Programme 13 Gayelle Series Three 1985

135X

December 19, 1985

Parang
Top Making & Games
What's On
Parang - Aguinaldo
Dollars
Cultural Sprangalang
Kaiso Promos - Carl Jacobs
Machel Montano
Charlie's Roots
Bill Trotman
Shadow

34:15

U-Matic

Programme 1 Gayelle Series One 1986

136X

May 1, 1986

Teaser - Airborne 1
B.J. Cameron - National Song Festival Winner: "Mama"
Philip "Mamoo" Boodoo
Kite Flying

25:55

U-Matic

Programme 2 Gayelle Series One 1986

138X

May 8, 1986

"Teaser" - Hindi Sprangalang
Hindi Language Feature
David Rudder's 'Lyrics for Dollars' Competition
Raoul Pantin & Ronald Amoroso Interviews
Calypso for Africa Update
Orisha Pilgrimage

29:06

U-Matic

Programme 3 Gayelle Series One 1986

137X

May 15, 1986

Ramadhan - Moon Sighting
Lyrics for Dollars
Cultural Sprangalang
Citizens for Conservation
Cliff San A. Jong - Suriname Feature
N.Y.A.C. & N.W.A.C.

28:42

U-Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle Series One 1986

137X

May 22, 1986

Indian Arrival Day
Cultural Sprangalang
Women's Windball Cricket
Lyrics for Dollars
Violence in the Home - "Sangre Grande by Two"

37:20

U-Matic

Programme 5 Gayelle Series One 1986

139X

May 29, 1986

Lyrics for Dollars - Guest Realator
Viva Mexico - Mavis Lee Wah Naparima Girls
Cultural Sprangalang - Sr. Marie Therese & Arena Massacre
Emheyo Bahabba (artist)
Ralph Maraj - National Drama Festival
"Man Better Man" - Errol Sitahal

24:56

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle Series One 1986

140X

June 13, 1986

Eid-Ul-Fitr
Cultural Sprangalang
Lyrics for Dollars - Joan Beckles Carrington
Shango Baku - Rehersal of "One Bad Casa"
Bagasse Company - Rehersal of "Old Story Time"
What's On

25:01

U-Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle Series One 1986: Labour Day Special

140X

June 19, 1986

Interviews - Jim and Christina Barrete, Mc Donald Stanley, Percy Mullen
Drama Sequences featuring : Maurice Brash as Cipriani, Anthony Hall as Butler, Errol Sitahal as Rienzi

25:42

U-Matic

Programme 8 Gayelle Series One 1986

141X

June 26, 1986

Teaser - Welcome to Gayelle in Yoruba
Yoruba Community in Matura
Cultural Sprangalang
Lyrics for Dollars - Guest - Rio & Funny
Jarek Dance Studio - "Jazz Alive"
What's On
Richmond Great House in Tobago

31:20

U-Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle Series One 1986

141X

July 3, 1986

Matelot - St. Peter's Day
Cultural Sprangalang
Lyrics for Dollars - Guest - Bill Trotman
Rafi & Mukesh Competition
Brasso Seco Revisited
Matelot Library

29:54

U-Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle Series One 1986

142X

July 10, 1986

Wine Feature
Cultural Sprangalang
Lyrics for Dollars - Guest - Merchant
What's On
Pinheiro feature

31:12

U-Matic

Programme 11 Gayelle Series One 1986

143X

July 11, 1986

Indian Cooking Utensils
Cultural Sprangalang
National Dance Association Workshops
"Lights" - Issues facing Women
Emancipation - Rehersal at Piccadily Primary School

29:27

U-Matic

Programme 12 Gayelle Series One 1986

144X

July 24, 1986

Surfing
Cultural Sprangalang
"Boesman & Lena" - in Rehersal
"Killer Bees" - Reggae
East Indian Pottery

28:20

U-Matic

Programme 13 Gayelle Series One 1986

145X

July 31, 1986

Bahia Feature
Cultural Sprangalang
David Rudder presents prizes for 'Lyrics for Dollars' winners
Columbus landing in Moruga

26:12

U-Matic

Programme 14 Gayelle Series One 1986

145X

August 7, 1986

Krishna Leela
Cultural Sprangalang
Natalie Rogers
Horace Wilson - "Turn of the Tide" - the Movie
Andre Tanker - "Turn of the Tide" - musical score

23:32

U-Matic

Programme 1 Gayelle Series Two 1986

146X

September 12, 1986

Taitt on the Campaign Trail (P.P.P.P...)
Central Bank Auditorium
Cultural Sprangalang
Rupert Roopnarine and "Terror and the Time"
Ray Kril
STOS Video

27:45

U-Matic

Programme 2 Gayelle Series Two 1986

146X

September 18, 1986

Gender Consciousness Seminar
Cultural Sprangalang
Unesco TV Workshop
Taitt on the Campaign Trail
Abdul Malik - distant ting more weight

28:40

U-Matic

Programme 3 Gayelle Series Two 1986

147X

September 25, 1986

Gong Show
Traditional East Indian Jewellery
Cultural Sprangalang
Chopstix Resturant - featuring Tent Theatre
Taitt
Sistren - "Sweet Sugar Rage"
What's On

26:34

U-Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle Series Two 1986

147X

October 2, 1986

Turn of the Tide - Premiere
Cultural Sprangalang
Hart Crane Interview with Derek Walcott
Glass Blowing
Pan Assembly
"Turn of the Tide" - audience comments

31:21

U-Matic

Programme 5 Gayelle Series Two 1986

148X

October 9, 1986

Taitt with "Stork"
San Fest '86
Opera Rehearsal
Man in the Street - Opera
Cultural Sprangalang
Sound Revolution
Video Club

29:51

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle Series Two 1986

149X

October 16, 1986

carlyle chang

25:56

U-Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle Series Two 1986

150X

October 23, 1986

Feed Forward
Taitt - Elcock
Cultural Sprangalang
W.I. Poetry Day
Duffin
International Film Festival

25:39

U-Matic

Programme 8 Gayelle Series Two 1986

150X

October 30, 1986

Teaser - Divali Nagar
Hosay Riots
Cultural Sprangalanang
Divali Nagar
Eintou Springer - Launching her book "Out of the Shadows"
Taitt - Man in the Street - Lawerence Frederick
Rawle Gibbons - Creative Arts Centre
What's On

27:58

U-Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle Series Two 1986

151X

November 6, 1986

Hugo del Rio
Taitt in Hugeville
Gallery 1234 - The Female I
Cultural Spranglang
NDA - Festival
David Rudder - Bahia Promo

28:00

U-Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle Series Two 1986

151X

November 13, 1986

Asian group from London
Cultural Sprangalang
Francis Regis video from St. Lucia
Puja Shop
What's On - Police Concert and Clyde Lambert

32:00

U-Matic

Programme11 Gayelle series Two 1986

152X

November 20, 1986

Man in the Street - Rape
Rape Discussion
Buy the Savannah
Cultural Sprangalang -The Inherent Nobility of Man
African Martial Arts
What's On - Strolling Players
Children's Christmas Video

30:19

U-Matic

Programme 12 Gayelle Series Two 1986

153X

November 27, 1986

Welcome from Tobago
Man in the Street - "Turn of the Tide"
Turn of the Tide - Zelma Cowie
Horace Wilson, Mike Duncan and Rodill Clarke
Hospitality Association of Tobago (HAT)
Michael Small - Sandy Point Beach Club
Cultural Sprangalang, Parlatuvier Villages
What's ON

28:47

U-Matic

Programme 13 Gayelle Series Two 1986

153X

December 4, 1986

Basket Making
Aubery Yeates - Tobago
Cultural Sprangalang with Brigitte Bereton on J.J. Thomas
What's On - NHA Cultural Club, Gypsy, UWI Players
St. Lucia video K.K. Randolph

30:02

U-Matic

Programme 14 Gayelle Series Two 1986

154X

December 11, 1986

Clifford Birjoo (artist)
Spree Simon Community Development Committee
Ahmin Edoo (designer) - Board Game Taxi Driver
Cultural Sprangalang
Mighty Volcano - Parlatuvier Kaiso
What's On - Sullivan Walker, Linda Pollard-Lake
Scrooge, Brother Resistance
Sneak preview of "Samba in She Soca - Soca in She Samba" - David Rudder in NA/Bahia

26:51

U-Matic

Programme 15 Gayelle Series Two 1986

154X

December 18, 1986

W.I. Reference Library Christmas Show Part 1
Donimic, Alphabet (Crease) ,Errol Jones
Cultural Sprangalang
W.I. Reference Library Christmas Show Part 2
Dominic Rudder/Kaiso, Dennis Hall, Signal Hill Alumnae Choir (Tobago)
What's On (Crease)

 

U -Matic

Programme 1 Gayelle Series One 1987

155X

January 8, 1997

Teaser - Gypsy - "Sinking Ship" 1985
Tribute to Spitfire - Sparrow's Young Brigade
Cultural Sprangalang
"Ruler in Hiroona"
Dr. Brinsley Samaroo - Information and Media
Cultural Montage
What's On - Naparima Girls High School

26:24

U -matic

Programme 2 Gayelle Series One 1987

155X

January 15, 1987

Teaser - Spitfire (SYB -1987)
Taitt
Artist's Speak -Out
Dennis Hall - Socaman Shortage Record Releases
Record Round-up - "People's Playworld"
What's On
Film Revue
Marilyn Gordon - PNM's Promise of a Bowl 1985

24:21

U-Matic

Programme 3 Gayelle Series One 1987

20Y

January 22, 1987

Stalin Record/Book Launching
Cultural Sprangalang
Calypso Theatre
Glen Roopchand
Danjuma Taitt
Culture House

32:18

U - Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle series One 1987

21Y

January 29, 1987

Teaser - Professor Nettleford
Professor Nettleford - Opening Ceremony of Creative Arts Centre - U.W.I.
Cultural Sprangalang
Opening Ceremony of Creative Arts Centre - U.W.I.
Record Launching - Rhyner's Record Shop
Tent Theatre
Book Review - Rapso
What's On - Ministry of Culture

25:46

U - Matic

Programme 5 Gayelle Series One 1987

21Y

February 5, 1987

Teaser - "Eagle"
Indian Cultural Pageant Preview
Cultural Sprangalang
Chaguanas Library Service
Shadow's Masters Den
What's On - Chicky Chung
Chalkdust
Young Kings and Queens Calypso Competition
Lancelot Layne

28:43

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle Series One 1987

22Y

February 12, 1987

Sponsor's Cards
Tunapuna Carnival Improvement
Committee and Carnival Band 'Illusions'
Carl and Carol Jacobs and Drupatee Ramgoonai
Cultural Sprangalang
Eintou Springer - "Out of the Shadows"
Kitchener's Revue
What's On - Booker Martin

32:45

U- Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle Series One 1987

23Y

February 19, 1987

Ironman and Pan Trinbago plans for Carnival Monday
Singing Sandra
Cultural Sprangalang
Laurence Lieberman
Lovindeer
What's On with Cravat
Larro Devines, Machel Montano
Malik Folk Performers

29:53

U -matic

Programme 8 Gayelle Series One 1987

23Y

February 24, 1987

Alvin Kalliecheran Mas Camp
Mangrove Steelband
Leslie Palmer (Wounded Soldier)
Cultural Sprangalang
Jeremy Taylor's Masquerade
Bally - Party Time
Sparrow's Young Brigade with Indian, Rio, G.B., Natasha, Plainclothes, Crusoe, Sparrow

29:09

U - Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle Series One 1987

24Y

March 5, 1987

Wake & Tambour Bamboo
Cultural Sprangalang
Kumar Mahabir
Island to Island - Canadians in Mas

24:16

U - Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle Series One 1987

24Y

March 12, 1987

Teaser - Merchant - "I Coming Too"
Treatment of Women in Calypso 1987 - Man in the Street, Rhoda Reddock, Tambu, Poser, Merchant, Rootsman, Carol Jacobs
Cultural Sprangalang
Sexual Harassment at work - Man in the street, Singing Sandra, Rhoda Reddock
James Aboud - Stone Rose
Sister Vision

32:30

U - Matic

Programme 11 Gayelle Series One 1987

25Y

March 19, 1987

Ti Jean & Creative Arts Centre
Cultural Sprangalang
TIBS
Ti Jean Music
Phagwa - Anita Chandradath Singh
Baby Sandra - Phagwa Dance
Wat's On with Phoenix Players - Bad Seed

31:57

U - Matic

Programme 12 Gayelle Series One 1987

26Y

March 26, 1987

Drama in Elementary School
Ministry of Education - Clive Borely
Mock Court Trial
Kids in School - Common Entrance
Cultural Sprangalang
Art in school - Holy Name Convent
Ministry of Education - Alma Pierre
Pan as Part Of School Curriculum - Terrance Noel
Ministry of Education - Alma Pierre
What's On - Naparima College Choir

29:51

U - Matic

Programme 13 Gayelle Series One 1987

27Y

April 2, 1987

Teaser - Pierrot in Savannah
Pan Vibes
Willie Chen - Central bank Mural
Pan Pioneer #1 - Hugo Besson - 5 Graves to Cairo
Cultural Sprangalang
Pierrot/Pan Pioneer #2 - Hugh Borde - Tripoli
Nina Squires - Art Exhibition
Odyssey Pan Movement
Pan Pioneer #3 - Earl Rodney - Solo Harmonites
What's On - Kimme and Prince Exhibition
Tribute to Maurice Conner
Brigo - "Support Pan Musicians"

29:51

U - Matic

Programme 14 Gayelle Series One 1987

28Y

April 9, 1987

Pierrots on Burning land
Kaiso after Carnival - Ome, Brigo,Superior
Cultural Sprangalang
Record Industry - Ottie Mieres, Kelvin Scoon/Multi Media
Cito Valasquez and Trinimatch
N.F.F.A. farmers
What's On - Kurt Allen, Willo Creedland, Ravi Ji

32:22

U - Matic

Programme 15 Gayelle Series One 1987

29Y

April 16, 1987

Teaser - Father Holong & friends
Easter - Archbishop Anthony Pantin
Cultural Sprangalang - Zigalee
Champa Devi - Nrityanjali Dance Theatre
Guadeloupe Independence - Lucien Perutin
Peoples Organization for Guadeloupe Liberation
Father Holung and Friends
What's On - Bookfair and Festival - David Abdullah
Gospel - Jim Gordon

34:53

U - Matic

Programme 16 Gayelle Series One 1987

30Y

April 23, 1987

Ibis Comics
Cultural Sprangalang
Caribbean Cultural Gallery & Easter Bonnet Parade
Placid Manson - Snake Bite Antidote
Kenny Phillips And Tony benjamin - Home Recording Studios
What's On - Ballroom Dancing, Calypso Kerr, U.W.I. Summer School

28:48

U - Matic

Programme 17 Gayelle Series One 1987

30Y

April 30, 1987

Teaser - "Tainted Blood" - in rehearsal
Willie Chen and James Lee Wah - "Tainted Blood"
Cultural Sprangalang - Urban Cross Belgium Black Stone
Hanooman House - Prof. Ken Ramchand
What's On - Arnold Shuffler

33:00

U - Matic

Programme 18 Gayelle Series One 1987

31Y

May 7, 1987

Fitzroy Coleman
Cultural Sprangalang
What's On with Mass Appeal

29:03

U -Matic

Programme 19 Gayelle Sereies One 1987

31Y

May 21, 1987

Lancelot Layne with Free South Africa and Tiger
Cultural Sprangalang with Alexander Ragtime Band
Dutch visitors to Mount St. Benedict
Atabal

24:50

U Matic

Programme 20 Gayelle Series One 1987

32Y

May 28, 1987

Teaser - "I Lawah"
"I Lawah" Rehersal and Interview - Efebo Wilkinson
Woman in Craft Exhibition
Cultural Sprangalang
Joseph Cummings
Point Fortin Senior Secondary School - San Fest Winners
What's On - Matuzalem
- Eugene Joseph
- Dennis De Souza
- Dr. Stanley-Marcano

27:22

U Matic

Programme 21 Gayelle Series One 1987

33Y

June 4, 1987

Cultural Sprangalang - Black Stone - Sr. Finnegan (Tobago)
Newtown Tour
Point Fortin - Coconut Industry
Newtown Tour
U.W.I. Vacation School
Newtown Tour
What's On - Tree Planting for Chorpus Christi
- Stag/Vat 19 Calypso Competition
- Frontline - Wilcox Raymond
- Rotary Club - "Rotary in Rythm"
- Bookfair Festival - Romeo Kotzebue - Suriname
- Film Review - "Water" and "Burn"
- O.W.T.U. 50th Anniversary - Composer
Credits - David Rudder and Ayuba Murray - Winning "Dollars" Entry

33:09

U-Matic

Programme 1 Gayelle Series Two 1987

34Y

September 3, 1987

Funny - Main in the street - 25 years
Cultural Sprangalang & Compere
Tributes to medal winners - Solo Girdharie,Horace Wilson, Marionettes, Freddie Kisson,
Jit Samaroo, Peter Minshall, Boogsie Sharpe, C.L.R. James, Wolbert Holder
Launching of the Working Women Magazine
Noble Douglas Dance 1987
Tradewinds Collective

23:48

U-matic

Programme 2 Gayelle Series Two 1987

34Y

September 10, 1987

One Love
Man in the Street
Francisco Cabral
One Love - Man in the Street
Pan Rising Promotions

23:48

U-matic

Programme 3 Gayelle Series Two 1987

35Y

September 17, 1987

Nellie Bailey Kids on One Love
Royal Bank Photography
Cultural Sprangalang
Views on Italian Sculpture
Victor Reid Tribute by Jennifer Cheeseman

25.34

U-matic

Programme 4 Gayelle Series Two 1987

35Y

September 24, 1987

Torrence Mohammed and Allan Sammy on Plans for Tobago
Cultural Sprangalang with Maureen Warner - Orisha
Ralph Maraj - Flowers of the Nation
Spirit Undaunted - Emancipation Art Exhibition
Surfing - Che Lovelace
Monster March
Ras Elibank - Letter to Mama

26.19

U-matic

Programme 5 Gayelle Series Two 1987

36Y

October 1, 1987

Glen Roopchand
Cultural Sprangalang
Dr. Maureen Warner-Lewis
Iya Rodney - Orisha
What's On - Ramleela

27 mins

U-matic

Programme 6 Gayelle Series Two 1987

36Y

October 8, 1987

Willie Chen - Creative Arts Centre San Fernando
Feedforward - Naila's letter, Jones Jeet poem
Tobago exhibition - Joseph Chin Aleong
Douglas Archibald - Tobago, Melancholy Isle
Joyce Kirton - Les Enfants Dance Co.
Parang - Los Dinamicos
Caribbean Art Now Exhibition - Ken Critchlow
What's On - Natural History Exhibition
Credits - Los Dinamicos

27.18 mins

U-matic

Programme 7 Gayelle Series Two 1987

37Y

October 15, 1987

Tobago - Man in the Street - Tourism
Hosay in Longdenville
Cultural Sprangalang - Eintou Springer (Anansie)
China Festival - Joanne Williams reports: Interviews - Joyce Wong Sang & Colvin Chen
Interview - Eintou Springer - Book Launching
What's On - Dog, Tief, Ja JAh, As Is

27.18 mins

U-matic

Programme 8 Gayelle Series Two 1987

38Y

October 22, 1987

Raf Robertson Group
Divali Ballet - Anita Chandradath Singh
Cultural Sprangalang - Double Ten
Tobago Reef
Interview - Doubreen O'Marde
What's On - Arabic Film "Shadow of the Earth"

29.10 mins

U-matic

Programme 9 Gayelle Series Two 1987

38Y

October 29, 1987

Althea Bastien - Batiks
Interview - Buzz Johnson - Karia Press
Cross Country Horse Trails - Interview - Patrice Stollmeyer
Harry Bryden Exhibition and Opera
What's On - Witness for the Prosecution
- Roger Boothman Exhibition

24.43

U-matic

Programme 10 Gayelle Series Two 1987

37Y

November 5, 1987

Feedforward - Madness - Rudder
Vox Pop - Man in the Street - What gets you up in the morning?
Cultural Sprangalang
Jean Paul Cezaire - Sermac
Jagriti Magazine - Indrani Rampersad
What's On - Never a dull Moment
- Hair Fantasy
- Behind Closed Doors

26.39

U-matic

Programme 11 Gayelle Series Two 1987

39Y

November 12, 1987

Best Village - Point Cumana - Annette Lewis
Signal Hill Alumni Chior - Launching of first Christmas album
Cultural Sprangalang
Norbert Rodney (Master Drummer - Orisha)
Film Review - Emitai (Senegal Dir : Ousmane)
Godfrey Sealy - North Diego Martin Village
What's On - Divali Magazine
- Teror and Relator

32.09 mins

U-matic

Programme 12 Gayelle Series Two 1987

40Y

November 19, 1987

Opening - 1st Gayelle opening
Dominica Feature - Ophelia and hucksters
Link - viewing Labour Day special
Cultural Sprangalang
Link - viewing Brasso Seco
Belize Feature - "Belize all over" - Ramsey's mule - courtesy Great Belize Productions
Link - viewing David Rudder and Dollars
Signal Hill Alumni Choir Video
Link - viewing Astor Johnson
Jamaica feature - Jamaica National Dance Theatre - Edna Manley
What's On - Ti Jean and his brothers
- Cuttage
- International Day against Violence to Women
- Janet Jones
Credits - Dollars Theme

29.19

U-matic

Programme 13 Gayelle Series Two 1987

41Y & 42Y

November 26, 1987

Links at Gold's Gym
Behind Closed Doors - interview - Dwight Arthur, Yuklin Ahue and patrons
Eunice Gittens - Rape Crisis Centre
Cultural Sprangalang
Half Way House - interviewer Josanne Lennard
Cathy Sheppard - November 24th? Comittee (Violence against Women Week)
Gloria Harewood - Ceramics
What's On - REACT promo
- NWAC promo
- Tobago Designers
Credits

28.50

U-matic

Programme 14 Gayelle series Two 1987

42Y

December 3, 1987

Guy Beckles & Pat Choo Foon (artists)
Calypso Jingles feature
Zobida Jo Ali (artists)
Cultural Sprangalang
Carlisle Harris (artist)
Interview - J.D. Elder
Krihilde Koph Johnson & Leroy Clarke (artists)
Point Fortin African History Month
What's On
Credits

29.01

U-Matic

Programme 15 Gayelle series Two 1987

41Y

December 10, 1987

Comments fronm designers
Opening Link
Cultural Sprangalang
Comments from Designers
Fashion feature - Meiling, Geoffrey Stanford, Trevor Craigwell, Cyprian Thomas, Renee Camps-Campins, Claudia Pegas, Isabella Ferreira, Marise Rodriguez
Interview - Ralph Campbell
Credits

28.57

U-Matic

Programme 16 Gayelle series Two 1987

43Y

December 17, 1987

Coco Payol Resturant Christmas dishes
Children Carollers
Cultural Sprangalang
Calypsoes - Machel Montano, Drupatie Ramgoonai, David Rudder, Tambu, Prince Unique, G.B.
Creche songs in Paramin
What's On
C.L.R. James
Credits - Parang Group - De Otro Sabor

30.15

U-Matic

Programme 1 Gayelle series One 1988

44Y

January 21, 1988

Man in the street - What do you think about the calypsoes this year?
Interview - Lord Kitchener
Cultural Sprangalang with Roaring Lion and Clemmie George
Charlie's Roots feature
Peter Minshall's band launching
What's On

27:42

U-Matic

Programme 2 Gayelle series One 1988

43Y

January 28, 1988

Teaser - Robber talk
Commentor Launching
Cultural Sprangalang
Monday Night mas
Calypso clips at Crosby's/Pamberi's video
What's On

25:30

U-Matic

Programme 3 Gayelle series One 1988

44Y

February 4, 1988

Man in the street - What do you think about Carnival in South?
Interview - Composer
Cultural Sprangalang
Lue Shue feature
Calypso clips
What's On

29:11

U-Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle series One 1988

45Y

February 11, 1988

Queen's Hall - Interview with committee member about Vielle Cour
Public Library Costume Competition
Sprangalang with FPA representative
Children's Carnival Bands
Rapso feature - Brother Resistance and Mandela
What's On

22:33

U-Matic

Programme 5 Gayelle series One 1988

45Y

February 18, 1988

Introduction with some Carnival winners
Belize feature - New Dance Punta Rock - courtesy Great Belize Products
Cultural Sprangalang with Fabien about Talk Tent
Carlisle Harris feature
Whats On

23:29

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle series One 1988

46Y

February 25, 1988

Man in the Street - What do you think about Cro Cro's 'Common Entrance Contoversy'
Cultural Sprangalang
Emheyo Bahabba (artist)
French Ballet - Diva Studio of France
What's ON
Fund for Earl Brooks

25:34

U-Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle series One 1988

46Y

March 3, 1988

Teaser - Lavantille Pan Specialists
Chat with Tourists in Tobago
Cultural Sprangalang
Tobago Carnival Band - winner
Westside Symphony Orchestra
What's On

22:45

U-Matic

Programme 8 Gayelle series One 1988

47Y

March 10, 1988

Japanese kites and tops
Cultural Sprangalang
Garnet Ifil (photographer)
Christopher Pinheiro - tie dying....
What's On

24:20

U-Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle series One 1988

47Y

March 17, 1988

Mother Courage - play at UWI
Drug Play at Mount
Cultural Sprangalang
Luther Francois feature
Jackie Hinkson feature
What's On
Natural High Feature
End

26:46

U-Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle series One 1988

48Y

March 24, 1988

Chalice feature
Cultural Sprangalang
Roshan Dhunjibhoy (film director)
Film Review - Walker
What's On

26:56

U-Matic

Programme 11 Gayelle series One 1988

48Y

March 31, 1988

Dionyse McTair (poet)
Cultural Sprangalang
Konimo (Ghanian musician)
Gypsy about Fishnet
What's On

31:47

U-Matic

Programme 12 Gayelle series One 1988

49Y

April 7, 1988

Conservation in Tobago
Cultural Sprangalang
Selwyn Borneo (sculptor)
Lennox Holder, France Tempo (wood sculptors)
PAHO Ad
What's On

28:04

U-Matic

Programme 13 Gayelle series One 1988

49Y

April 14, 1988

Darcus Howe interview
Cultural Sprangalang
Leroy Clarke interview and exhibition
Film Review - Playing Away
What's On

28:00

U-Matic

Programme 14 Gayelle series One 1988

50Y

April 21, 1988

Interview with Steve Ouditt and Eddie Bowen (artists)
Cultural Sprangalang
National Archives feature - Glimpes '88
Wine of Astonishment rehersal / interview - Earl Lovelace and Earl Warner
What's On

29:02

U-Matic

Programme 15 Gayelle series One 1988

50Y

April 28, 1988

Man in the Street - What did you think of Expo '88
Andrea Gollop (Barbadian story-teller)
Mutaburuka (Jamaican dub poet)
Marjorie Whylie (musicologist)
Noble Douglas
What's On

30:28

U-Matic

Programme 16 Gayelle series One 1988

51Y

May 5, 1988

Week of the Young Child
Cultural Sprangalang
Voices - Art Exhibition Arlene Gomez,Tessa Springer and Anna Serrao
Sleeping Dogs are Lying - play excerpt
Brief interview - Alexis Ballie (painter)
Rage Promo - interview - Godfrey Sealy
What's On

24:54

U-Matic

Programme 17 Gayelle series One 1988

51Y

May 12, 1988

History of Lopinot by students of Five Rivers Junior Sec.
Cultural Sprangalang
100th Anniversary Celebration in Arima
Moon on a Rainbow Shawl - excerpt and interview
What's On

27:55

U-Matic

Programme 18 Gayelle series One 1988

52Y

May 19, 1988

Wine of Astonishment - highlights from play
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Bishop Griffith about the history of the Baptist movement in T&T
Audience reaction to Wine of Astonishment - Opening Night
4H feature - play
What's On

29:28

U-Matic

Programme 19 Gayelle series One 1988

52Y & 53Y

May 26, 1988

Local rappers - interviews and performances
Cultural Sprangalang
Gordon Rolehr - Oral Traditions
RUN DMC interview and performances

31:06

U-Matic

Programme 20 Gayelle series One 1988

54Y

June 2, 1988

Dermot Louison - Artist
Cultural Sprangalang
Kennnedy Walcott (artist)
Film Review - The Last Emperor
What's On

24:46

U-Matic

Programme 21 Gayelle series One 1988

54Y

June 9, 1988

Teaser
Introduction
Ras Shorty Feature (1st segment)
Jahmoo music (2nd segment)
Love Circle (3rd segment)
What's On

30:13

U-Matic

Programme 22 Gayelle series One 1988

55Y

June 16, 1988

Introduction
Japanese Kodo Drummers
Cultural Sprangalang
Lydian singers
Tassa Finals - Mid Centre Mall
What's On

25:02

U-Matic

Programme 23 Gayelle series One 1988

55Y

June 23, 1988

Teaser
Introduction
Doubles feature
Coconut feature
Cultural Sprangalang
Cocoyea man
Nuts feature
What's On

28:27

U-Matic

Programme 24 Gayelle series One 1988

56Y

June 30, 1988

Introduction
Micheal Manley - about new book History of West Indies Cricket
Cultural Sprangalang
Alexander King (artist)
Puerto Rican Cultural exchange group
Montage of June brides photographic exhibition
What's On

25:27

U-Matic

Programme 25 Gayelle series One 1988

56Y

July 7, 1988

Interview - Robert Amar about recording studio
Cultural Sprangalang
Sonnylal Rambisoon (artist)
Interview - Jacqueline Brathwaite and Eloise Worrel (two poets)
Short interview about Emancipation Day activities
What's On

27:28

U-Matic

Programme 26 Gayelle series One 1988

57Y & 58Y

July 14, 1988

Talk with Dr. Addo and Dr. Roache
Man in the Street - How much do you know about AIDS?
Drama segment - AS IS, One of Our Sons is Missing, skit with Asho and Donna
Dr. Roache on condoms and faithfulness
AIDS patient
Monologue with B.C. Pires
Rap
End

33:21

U-Matic

Programme 27 Gayelle series One 1988

59Y

July 21, 1988

General Report on Festival
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Aime Cesaire
Interview - Sara Maldoro
Mini interviews - film-makers at festival
End

23:18

U-Matic

Programme 28 Gayelle series One 1988

60Y

July 28, 1988

Women in Pakistan
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Nighat khan
Interview - Kamla Bhasin
What's On
End

25:00

U-Matic

Programme 29 Gayelle series One 1988

60Y

August 4, 1988

Introduction
Man in the Street - Impressions of T&T after 25 years Cultural Sprangalang
Albert Bailey (film-maker) - Shadow the Bass Man
Belize feature - roller skating - courtesy Great Belize Productions
What's On
End (with calypsonian Disciple)

20:47

U-Matic

Programme 30 Gayelle series One 1988

61Y

August 11, 1988

Introduction
Interview with David Matthews (blind D.J)
Cultural Sprangalang
Lord Melody feature (2 segments)
What's On

31:21

U-Matic

Programme 31 Gayelle series One 1988

61Y

August 18, 1988

Introduction
Orchestral Music Workshop
Cultural Sprangalang
Samuel Waldron (2 segments) (sculptor in cement)
What's On
End

24:06

U-Matic

Programme 32 Gayelle series One 1988

62Y

August 25, 1988

Introduction
UWI Extra Mural Workshop
6th Company feature - Emancipation festivities in Moruga
Man in the street - Who do you think will win the Independence Calypso Monarch?
What's On
End

23:20

U-Matic

Programme 33 Gayelle series One 1988

62Y

September 1, 1988

Public Library feature - people who go to the library to read the daily paper
Cultural Sprangalang
Gospelypso - interview with 3 people involved
Abdul Malik - poet (new book the Whirlwind) also information about new publishing company - Panrun Collective
What's On
End

25:38

U-Matic

Programme 34 Gayelle series One 1988

63Y

September 8, 1988

Arnold Woodley (owner of foundry)
Cultural Sprangalng
Update oon San Fernando Arts Council / play by Shane Bickram - Antonin & Flederamaus
C'est La Vie - youth group and concert
Mary Carter Smith (Storyteller)
What's On
End

25:58

U-Matic

Programme 35 Gayelle series One 1988

63Y

September 15, 1988

Introduction
Cultural Sprangalang
Man in the street - different preferences in hairstyles Heritage of hair - African and Indian traditions
Salons and barber shops
What's On
End

24:33

U-Matic

Programme 36 Gayelle series One 1988

64Y

September 22, 1988

Man in the street - What is addiction?
Interview - Joanne Ferreira (therapist)
Group Therapy session
Interview - Dr. Lewis (psychiatrist)
Cultural Sprangalang
Skit
Dr. Lewis
De. Baboolal
Pusher Mime
End

23:59

U-Matic

Programme 37 Gayelle series One 1988

64Y

September 29, 1988

GroupTherapy session
Interview - Dr Lewis
Interview - Joanne Ferreira
Interview - Fr. Vincent
Cultural Sprangalang
Excerpt - "Back From Hell"
Interview - Dani Jeffrey
Skit with parents
Song by Ann Marie Innis

30:29

U-Matic

Programme 38 Gayelle series One 1988

65Y

October 6, 1988

Introduction
Man in the street - What do you think is the most popular type of music in T&T today? What do you look for in music?
Cultural Sprangalang
Saathi (Surinamise music group)
ASWAD - interview and performance at Sport Aid in T&T
What's On
End

23:07

U-Matic

Programme 39 Gayelle series One 1988

65Y

October 13, 1988

Introduction
Preperations of farmers (Paramin, hucksters, Aranguez)
Cultural Sprangalang
Problems of local farmers
Interview - Ann Rajack (Research Assistant Agriculture Dept. U.W.I.)
Interview - Lennox Sealy - role of C.M.A.
Farmers at market
What's On
End

31:42

U-Matic

Programme 40 Gayelle series One 1988

66Y

October 20, 1988

Introduction
Ancestral worship (Hindu ceremony)
Cultural Sprangalang
The Aftermath - book of poems by Francine Alexander, Laila Haidarali, Candyce Kelshall
Michael Baker (calypsonian) - 1989 calypsoes
Interview - Mrs. Kumar (wife of Indian High Commissioner) about Bazaar
What's On
End

30:12

U-Matic

Programme 41 Gayelle series One 1988

66Y

October 27, 1988

Teaser
Introduction
Interview - Joan Bacchus-Xavier (author of "A Guide to Touring Tobago")
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Eugenia Charles
Interview - Jean "Binta" Breeze (dub poet)
What's On
End

22:33

U-Matic

Programme 42 Gayelle series One 1988

67Y

November 3, 1988

Indian Classical singing
Cultural Spragalang
BIDCO Invaders (Guyanese Steelband)
Sovereign (local pop group)
What's On
End

 

U-Matic

Programme 43 Gayelle series One 1988

67Y

November 10, 1988

Introduction
Teat Lari - Martiniquan street theatre
Cultural Spranglang
Earl Etienne (artist)
Interview - Henri Hatchi (presenter of Guadeloupan programme Clin d'oeil)
Comment about awards won by Banyan
What's On
End

 

U-Matic

Programme 44 Gayelle series One 1988

68Y

November 17, 1988

Introduction
Excerpt from Sugar Cane Arrows and interview - Dani Jeffrey
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Serge Ubrette (actor)
Interview - Michael Walker and Excerpts from film Jealous
What's On
End

24:48

U-Matic

Programme 45 Gayelle series One 1988

68Y

November 24, 1988

Introduction
Interview - Bill Ferris (anthropologist) (2 segments) Cultural Sprangalang
Ceremony of the Bull - Orisha ceremony
What's On
End

24:56

U-Matic

Programme 46 Gayelle series One 1988

69Y

December 1, 1988

Teaser
Cultural Sprangalang
Pantomime
Interview - Godfrey Sealy
Excerpt -One of Our Sons is Missing and interview - actors
Song by Christine Johnson and interview
Excerpt - AS IS and interview - Cecelia Salazar
Song by Geraldine Connor and interview
Dance by Debra Bernard
Poem by John Isaacs
Pantomine
What's On
Solidarity Song

27:20

U-Matic

Programme 47 Gayelle series One 1988

69Y

December 8, 1988

Interview with Larry Richardson about Banyan Mural
Cultural Spranglang
Interview - Valerie Belgrave about mural at O.W.T.U.
Port-of-Spain
Kartik feature
What's On
End

27:14

U-Matic

Programme 48 Gayelle series One 1988

70Y

December 15, 1988

Introduction
Cultural Sprangalang
Youths down Town - Why do you lime in Town Maloney feature - recreational facilities
Jumbo Gym
What's on
End

22:55

U-Matic

Programme 49 Gayelle series One 1988

70Y

December 22, 1988

Robert Munro
Cultural Sprangalang
Jules the cuatro maker
John Henderson and Syl Dobson
End

25:13

U-Matic

Programme 50 Gayelle series One 1988

71Y

December 29, 1988

Cro-Cro (2 segments)
Interview - David Rudder
What's On
End

22:10

U-Matic

Programme 1 Gayelle series One 1989

 

January 5, 1989

Hindu Ceremony - Dusgarte (head shaving)
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - John Newel Lewis about Stollmeyers Castle
Interview - Judy Henry (calypsonian)
Snipet of music video by Master Tone (Pan on Meh Mind)
What's On
End

23:09

U-Matic

Programme 2 Gayelle series One 1989

72Y

January 12, 1989

Dialogue concerning the Last Temptation
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Alan Rodriguez (snakeman)
Interview - Titus Twins (calypsonians)
Snipet of "Turkey Video" by Joseph Adams
What's On
End

23:42

U-Matic

Programme 3 Gayelle series One 1989

72Y

January 19, 1989

Interview - Jason Griffith (band leader fancy sailors) Cultural Sprangalang
Highlights of Calypso and Steelband exhibition at Expo '89
Snipets of Chutney songs
What's On
End

27:10

U-Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle series One 1989

73Y

January 26, 1989

Interview - back up singers at kaiso tents Cultural Sprangalang
Sugar Aloes mime
Interview - Gregory Ballantine and Mohan Paltoo
Roving Kaiso Tent
What's On
End

28:45

U-Matic

Programme 5 Gayelle series One 1989

73Y

February 2, 1989

Introduction
Interview - Shadow
Interview - Blueboy
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Foreign and Wounded Soldier (foreign calypsonians)
Interview - Black Sage (calypsonian)
What's On
End

27:34

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle series One 1989

74Y

February 9, 1989

Introduction
Chat about death which occured in Stickfight Gayelle Cultural Sprangalang
Barahi ceremony (Hindu Thanksgiving)
Interview - Noel Norton
Rapso video (Bro. Resistance and Karega Mandela)
What's On
End

25:29

U-Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle series One 1989

74Y

February 16, 1989

Introduction
Cultural Sprangalang
Man in the Street (What does Mas mean to you) Excerpt from Santimanitay (from Stadium)
Interview - Stephen Derek (designer for D'Midas Associates Mas Band)
What's On
End

27:59

U-Matic

Programme 8 Gayelle series One 1989

75Y

February 23, 1989

Introduction
Dive Institute of Tobago and chat with Speyside villagers
Cultural Sprangalang
Feature on Bird of Paradise Island
Man in street with Charlotteville residents
What's On
End

26:26

U-Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle series One 1989

75Y

March 2, 1989

Teaser
Introduction
Nigel Darbaise (writer/researcher)
Cultural Sprangalang
Selwyn Jacob (film maker)
Richard Fung and Lazlo Barna (film and video makers)
What's On
End

26:41

U-Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle series One 1989

76Y

March 9, 1989

Introduction
Women's Organisations in T&T (interview - Nesta Patrick & Marylin Jones)
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Valerie Belgrave (author of Ti Marie)
Interview - Rhoda Reddok (author of book about Alma Francois)
Interview - Kelvin Scoon - Steelband Music Festival Recordings
Interview - Judith Laird - Women in Carnival Series
What's On
End

29:33

U-Matic

Programme 11 Gayelle series One 1989

76Y

March 16, 1989

Introduction
Indian women about tatoos and the use of long-time grinding stone
Cultural Sprangalang
Jarray (healing) feature
Village singing group - Yoga Vidya Sanskriti Sansthaan
What's On
End

27:21

U-Matic

Programme 12 Gayelle series One 1989

77Y

March 23, 1989

Introduction
Easter Play by Strolling Palyers (We Crucify Him) and Interview with Bishop Abdullah
Cultural Sprangalang
Phagwa Play and interview
Chowtal Singing
What's On
End

 

U-Matic

Programme 13 Gayelle series One 1989

77Y

March 30, 1989

Introduction
Interview - Reginald Clarke about an Oral and Pictoral Records programme at UWI
Cultural Sprangalang
Special Kali worship feature Hindu Ritual of Fire Walking
What's On
End

 

U-Matic

Programme 14 Gayelle series One 1989

78Y

April 6, 1989

Introduction
Leviathan Pantomime by the kids of the Vaz Prep School - Jamaica
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - visiting Martiniquan Painters
Belize feature - Mayan Carvings - Courtesy Great Belize Prod.
What's On
End

24:44

U-Matic

Programme 15 Gayelle series One 1989

78Y

April 13, 1989

Introduction
Man in the Street - Life in Mayaro
Cultural Sprangalang about Edric Connor
Interview - Michael Anthony - experiences in Mayaro
What's On
End

30:37

U-Matic

Programme 16 Gayelle series One 1989

79Y

April 20, 1989

Interview - Ramnarine Moonilal (composer-Saaj Sammelan test-piece)
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - David Johns and Janice Mollington (classical musicians)
Interview - Wayne Marshall (classical organist/jazz pianist)
Culture Kids (music students of St. Xaviers prep school St. Joseph)
What's On
End

30:33

U-Matic

Programme 17 Gayelle series One 1989

79Y

April 27, 1989

Introduction
Traditional Tobago Sailboats
Cultural Sprangalang about Eric Roach
Interview - producers of "The Last Island" - international movie being filmed in Tobago
What's On
End

29:27

U-Matic

Programme 18 Gayelle series One 1989

80Y

May 4, 1989

Introduction
Interview with Jacob Lawerence (American artist)
Sprangalang about Jan Mazurus
Interview - Ram Biswas - Travelling around the world on a Bicycle
Interview - Amyrl Johnson - author of Sequins for a Ragged Hem
What's On
End

26:15

U-Matic

Programme 19 Gayelle series One 1989

80Y

May 11, 1989

Interview - Aiyegoro Ome (Chairman National Joint Action Commitee)
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Jamaican Reggae performer Stitchie
Highlights of the Local Song Segment of the INdian Cultural Pageant
What's On
End

26:31

U-Matic

Programme 20 Gayelle series One 1989

81Y & 82Y

May 18, 1989

Introduction
Life around river bank (people who plant gardens)
Sprangalang
Cascudura Catching
Crab catching
What's On
End

26:08

U-Matic

Programme 21 Gayelle series One 1989

82Y

May 25, 1989

Introduction
Interview with Mrs. Hackshaw (reminiscing about San Juan and chatting about cake icing)
Cultural Sprangalang with Uncle Tavi
Interview - T&T Footballers (on the road to Italy)
What's On
End

 

U-Matic

Programme 22 Gayelle series One 1989

83Y

June 1, 1989

Auntie Kay Special - whole programme
Cultural Sprangalang about Winnifred Atwel
What's On
End

27:41

U-Matic

Programme 23 Gayelle series One 1989

83Y

June 8, 1989

Introduction
Interview with Ja-Ja Onilu
Interview with Mrs. Ritu Maraj (conventional jewellery)
Cultural Sprangalang (traditional Indian jewellery)
Interview - Mike Watson (glass jewellery)
Interview - Rachel Ross (brass jewellery)
What's On
End

26:47

U-Matic

Programme 24 Gayelle series One 1989

84Y

June 15, 1989

Introduction
Excerpts from Village Life (play by Bajan Group) and interview
Cultural Sprangalang about Errol John
Excerpts from Ladies in Waiting and interview
What's On
End

24:11

U-Matic

Programme 25 Gayelle series One 1989

84Y

June 22, 1989

Introduction
Toco Composite Steel Orchestra
Cultural Sprangalang
Feature about Hindu Missionary School
Interview - Audre Lorde (poet)
What's On
End

24:19

U-Matic

Programme 26 Gayelle series One 1989

81Y & 85Y

June 29, 1989

Introduction
Man in the Street - What do you think about the vagrancy problem
Cultural Sprangalang about Pen-Man
Interview - Rhonda Maingot, John Stewart and Desmond Ince
Man in the Street with vagrants themselves
What's On
End.

27:10

U-Matic

Programme 27 Gayelle series One 1989

85Y

July 6, 1989

Introduction
Cultural Spranalang
Interview - David Elcock
Interview - Moen Mohammed
Interview - Dubai Richards [Antiguan Radio D.J.] What's On
End.

27:12

U-Matic

Programme 28 Gayelle series One 1989

86Y

July 13, 1989

Introduction
Costumes of the French Revolution
Cultural Sprangalang
C.L.R. James
Excert from "The Black Jacobins"
What's On
End.

22:17

U-Matic

Programme 29 Gayelle series One 1989

86Y

July 20, 1989

Introduction
Queen's Hall Theatre Camp
Cultural Sprangalang
Women's Poetry Group
Leroy Clarke
What's On
End.

25:25

U-Matic

Programme 30 Gayelle series One 1989

88Y

July 27, 1989

Introduction
Interview - Johnny Ferdinand (Fisherman at Gasparee)
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - J.D. Elder Re: Merging of Trinidad & Tobago
Interview - Johnny Ferdinand Re: Life at Gasparee
What's On
End.

22:56

U-Matic

Programme 31 Gayelle series One 1989

88Y

August 3, 1989

Introduction
African History Camp
Interview - Sandra Bethel & Kafra Kambon
Cultural Sprang.
Interview - Christopher Laird
Excerpt from "Crossing Over"
Man In The Street
Interview - COAATT official
Emancipation Day Celebrations
What's On
End

27:08

U-Matic

Programme 32 Gayelle series One 1989

87Y

August 10, 1989

Introduction
"Risika" [Indian Ballet]
Cultural Sprangalang
Hosein Celebrations (Banyan archives)
Hosein Celebrations (Banyan Archives)
Public Announcement Re: Ron Reid
What's On
End.

27:10

U-Matic

Programme 33 Gayelle series One 1989

87Y

August 17, 1989

Introduction
Breeding & training of Cocks for the Gayelle
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Attorney, Denyse Gouveia
Shots of actual Cockfight
Interview - T&TSPCA chairman, Mr Seemungal Shots of actual Cockfight
What's On
End.

26:29

U-Matic

Programme 34 Gayelle series One 1989

89Y

August 24, 1989

Introduction
Excerpt from "OTHERS": Play by My People Incorparated
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Dr Patricia Horsham
Interview - Child Abuse victims
Marian House (Half Way Home for young homeless boys)
What's On
End

23:38

U-Matic

Programme 35 Gayelle series One 1989

89Y

August 31, 1989

Intro
Interview - Francisco Cabral on his exibition
Man In The Street: What does Independence mean to you?
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Reynold Wells sculptor in Sangre Grande
Man In The Street
Hindu Celebration: Ganesh Yajna
What's On
End

 

U-Matic

Programme 36 Gayelle series One 1989

90Y

September 7, 1989

Introduction
Interview - Gabriels and their father
Cultural Sprangalang
Music Video: "THE NEXT BOOM IS YOU"
Music Video: "WATCH OUT MY CHILDREN"
End

22:00

U-Matic

Programme 37 Gayelle series One 1989

90Y

September 14, 1989

Introduction
Interview - Aiyegoro Ome Re: The Story of Emancipation
Cultural Sprangalang
The Pointe a Pierre Wild Fowl Trust
Hindu Drama (performed on the eve of a wedding)
What's On
End

22:59

U-Matic

Programme 38 Gayelle series One 1989

91Y

September 21, 1989

Introduction
Interview - Ray Holman: Pan Workshop for nationals and foreigners
Cultural Sprangalang
Man In The Street: at "PAN RAMAJAY"
Pan Ramajay Competition
What's On
End

25:20

U-Matic

Programme 39 Gayelle series One 1989

91Y

September 28, 1989

Introduction
Tatooing feature
Interview - Carl Emrit, tatooer
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Kieth Diaz (keeping material for archives)
Interview - Leroy Clarke and Stanley Marshall Re: Andre Beddoe
What's On
End

23:40

U-Matic

Programme 40 Gayelle series One 1989

92Y

October 5, 1989

Introduction
Interview - Suresh Balkaram, rice farmer
Life in Quinam Road
Interview - Anil Ramnarinesingh Re: Box Cart
Interview - Harrykissoon Ramnath, labourer
Quinam Beach feature
What's On
End

26:00

U-Matic

Programme 41 Gayelle series One 1989

92Y

October 12, 1989

Intro
Mini Feature on T & T Sky Diving School
Belize feature - Half Moon Caye (Great Belize Productions Ltd.)
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview with Enrique Lobo (Venezuelan artist)
Malavoi feature - Interview with Paolo Rosini (group member)
What's On
End

24:00

U-Matic

Programme 42, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

93Y

October 19, 1989

San Fest '89: Interview with Hollis Clifton - festival director
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Richard Bailey (drummer in Pan Jazz Festival)
Ramleela Celebrations (Banyan Archives)
What's On
End

25:36

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Programme 43, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

93Y

October 26, 1989

Intro
Moruga Library: Interview - Librarian Julia Borwin
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - author Pariag Sookoo on book "Deepawali"
Interview - author Steven Huggins
Children's Story World
Interview - Cladia DeFour-Santanna (Children's Librarian, Public Library of Trinidad)
What's On
End

25:20

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Programme 44, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

94Y

November 2, 1989

Intro
Leather Manufacturer in Sangre Grande
Interview - Mr. Alfred Cambell (tanner)
Cultural Sprangalang
Leather Feature (cont'd)
Bamboo Bussin' Competition
Interview - Marlon Awang (competitor)
Interview - Ravi-Ji (organiser)
Interview - Oudit Singh (judge)
What's On
End

24:22

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Programme 45, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

94Y

November 9, 1989

Intro
"The Rape of Fair Helen"
Interviews - The Cast of the Play (Students from Cowen Hamilton Sec Sch)
Cultural Sprangalang
"Rememberance" - Excerpt from play
Interview - Dwight Arthur (director "Rememberance")
Interview - Jamaican actor/comedian Oliver Samuel
Excerpts - "Me, You and Meh Taxi"
What's On
End

22:00

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Programme 46, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

95Y

November 16, 1989

Intro
Banyan Feature - B.W.I.A. Media Awards
Excerpts - "GAyelle", "Crossing Over", "Kassav in T & T"
Cultural Sprangalang
Katanga feature
Vox Pop with residents
Interview - Catherine Leblanc (Pres. Production United Sports Club)
Interview - Norman Philip (Pres. Riverside United Football Club)
Interviews - Chidren by the standpipe
Interview - Rev. Mother Agatha Scantiberrry
What's On
End

27:08

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Programme 47, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

96Y

November 23, 1989

Intro
Excerpts - 1st Gayelle programme
Interview - John Stewart (anthropologist), Re: concept behind a Gayelle
Cultural Sprangalang
Memory Lane - 1st Cultural Sprangalang segment
Feature on T&T Strike Squad
Man in the Street Interviews, Re: match between T&T and USA
Excerpts - Match
Interviews after the match
What's On
End

27:00

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Programme 48, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

96Y

November 30, 1989

Intro
Winners of 1989 Secondary School Steelband Competition - St. Augustine Senior Sec
Cultural Sprangalnag
Lewis Lovelace - Artist
Memory Lane feature - Sundar Popo
What's On
End

25:00

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Programme 49, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

97Y

December 7, 1989

Intro
Preview of upcoming Banyan Production - Body Beat
Cultural Sprangalang
Leslie John - Basket Maker from Sangre Grande
Memory Lane feature - Daisy Voisin and La Divina Pastora
What's On
End

24:00

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Programme 50, Gayelle Series1 -1989

97Y

December 14, 1989

Intro
Interview - Ulric Farrell (Lord Pretender)
Cultural Sprangalang
The Sandman (Courtesy Great Belize Productions)
HUmming Bird Dance Theatre
What's On
End

28:11

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Programme 51, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

98Y

December 21, 1989

Intro
Feature on David Rudder
Cultural Sprangalang
Interview - Seaton Radix (Chorus Back-up Singer)
Interview - Brother Resistance
Music Video - "I Want a Witness" by Bro. Resistance
End Link
Master Tone Music Video
"Nice Folks On The Street" Promo of programme by Traffic Branch Dept.

26:20

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Programme 52, Gayelle Series 1 - 1989

98Y

December 28, 1989

Feature: Gayelle - Back in Memory Lane
Old Time Carnival 1953
Dame Lorraine Character
Guardian Character
Long Time Carnival Queen
INCOMPLETE !

27:08

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Programme 1, Gayelle Series 1990/91

99Y

April 12, 1990

Port - of - Spain Nightlife - Part 1
Splashland - Star Class project of Belmont Boy's Sec
Plastic Systems Band - Music Video from Martinique
Obituary for Rocky McCollin

23:50

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Programme 2, Gayelle Series 1990/91

99Y

April 19, 1989

Man in de street - What would you like to see on local TV?
Port - of - Spain Nightlife - Part 2
News Flash - Emperor Valley Zoo
Papa Das (St. Vincent Calypso King)

24:48

U-Matic

Programme 3, Gayelle Series 1990/91

100Y

April 26, 1990

Man in de street - What do you do on Eid?
Morvant Laventille Sec Sch Steelband Orchestra
Interview - Jean Michel Jarre
David Rudder - Obituary for Imam Karimullah

25:22

U-Matic

Programme 4, Gayelle Series 1990/91

100Y

May 3, 1990

Man in de Street - Leisure
T & T Women's Cricket League
Children's Games in Dominica
Dramatization of Ananci and the Golden Coconut

27:03

U-Matic

Programme 5, Gayelle Series 1990/91

101Y

May 10, 1990

Port - of - Spain Nightlife - Parts 1 & 2
Kali Worshippers

26:22

U-Matic

Programme 6, Gayelle Series 1990/91

101Y

May 17, 1990

Man in de street
Interview - NCIC Vice President
Kootiah Temple
Cultural Integration Piece
Interview - Kampta Karran & Kamla Rampersad

27:14

U-Matic

Programme 7, Gayelle Series 1990/91

102Y

May 24, 1990

Interview - Sharron Marriot
Interview - Dr. Lynch on learning disabilities
Why the Scarlet Ibis has long legs

27:37

U-Matic

Programme 8, Gayelle Series 1990/91

102Y

May 31, 1990

Vending around Queens Park Savannah
Interview - James Aboud
Girandel Flower Show
Photography and the Environment
Interview - Noel Norton

29:06

U-Matic

Programme 9, Gayelle Series 1990/91

103Y

June 7, 1990

Talk Tent 1985
Fallen Angels and the Devil Concubine
Carnival Friends - Short Story dramatization

24:29

U-Matic

Programme 10, Gayelle Series 1990/91

103Y

June 14, 1990

Significence of Corpus Christi
Life in the Line
Claire Harris - Trinidadian writer in Canada

24:51

U-Matic

Programme 11, Gayelle Series 1990/91

104Y

June 21, 1990

Jazz Pickle - Interview - Ava Agard
Pan/Tassa/Chutney Competition
Interview - Chanka Seeteram
Workband and Abbi
Interview - Curtis, Felix, Ricardo, Senor Ruiz and Abbi

27:30

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Programme 12, Gayelle Series 1990-91

104Y

June 28, 1990

KYO: Interview - Eleanor Wells
Interview - Pearl Eintou Springer, Errol Jones & Allison Seepaul in tribute to Astor Johnson
Carlyle Harris - Artiste

24:58

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Programme 13, Gayelle Series 1990/91

105Y

July 5, 1990

Children's Storytelling Competition - Interview - Claudia DeFour of Children's Libraries
Paris City Circus - Interview - performers and manager
Images Caraibes - 2nd Annual Film Festival

27:44

U-Matic

Programme 14, Gayelle Series 1990/91

105Y

July 12, 1990

Hellshire Beach, Jamaica
Sistren Theatre Collective - Lion Heart Gal & Miss Amy & Miss May
Cuban Music Video - Yoruba Music

26:47

U-Matic

Programme 15, Gayelle Series 1990/91

106Y

July 19, 1990

Hummingbird Dance Troupe
Karate
Rhumba Dancer of Cuba

27:08

U-Matic

Programme 16, Gayelle Series 1990/91

107Y

July 26, 1990

U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt Warship
Man in de street - Popularity of soaps
Take-off o-soap with Rachel & Shelley
Interview - Ramesh Deosaran

30:00

U-Matic

Programme 17, Gayelle Series 1990/91

106Y & 108Y

August 9, 1990

Muslimeen Attempted Coup Special

27:41

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Programme 18, Gayelle Series 1990/91

107Y & 23Z

August 16, 1990

Nationalisim through sports
Culture and emancipation
Journeys to Africa and struggle in South Africa

27:37

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Programme 19, Gayelle 1990/91

109Y

August 23, 1990

Happy Venture School for Slow Learners
Butler Institute of Labour - NORS Literacy programme
Zee Edgehill - Belizean Writer

26:01

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Programme 20, Gayelle Series 1990/91

109Y

August 30, 1990

Man in de street - What can you do to rebuild the nation
Orisha feast in honour of Oshun - Interview - Molly Ahyee
Tribute to Andrew Beddoe

24:06

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Programme 21, Gayelle Series 1990/91

110Y

September 6, 1990

Sculpting Class at UWI Creative Arts Centre - Interview - with Louise Kimme and course participants
Maracas Fishermen
Impact of Tourisim on Jamaican Marine environment

28:11

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Programme 22, Gayelle Series 1990/91

110Y

September 13, 1990

Man in de street - Role of Best VIllage for residents of Prizgar Lands
Best Village Symposium - Interviews - participants
Traditional dances in St. Lucia

21:44

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Programme 23, Gayelle Series 1990/91

112Y

September 20, 1990

Maxi Taxi Feature - Interview - drivers and
passengers
Shane Bickram's "The Poui Tree" , Interview - Shane Bickram
Origami Workshop, Interview - Yoshio Sato (Instructor) & Toshio Odiagiri (Cultural Attache Jap. Emb.)

23:18

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Programme 24, Gayelle Series 1990/91

112Y

September 27, 1990

Caricom Jetty
SAP 90 Graduation - Interview - participants and Dr. B. Brathwaite
Domestic Abuse/Violence - Interview - Dr. Sabga

26:28

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Programme 25, Gayelle Series

111Y

October 4, 1990

Teens speak about the Future (location - Neal & Massy Career Guidance Fair)
SAP '90 Disclaimer
Ujama Ambatana cultural group
Makemba Kunte (artist)

25:04

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Programme 26, Gayelle Series 1990/91

111Y

October 11, 1990

What de people say - What do you think of the new plans for Carnival '91
Traditions in Carnival - Stand up act by Sprangalang, Interview - Theresa Montano
Plans for Carnival '91 - Interview - Val Rogers (NCC), Protector (TCO), Owen Serrette (Pan Trinbago)

24:24

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Programme 27, Gayelle Series 1990/91

113Y

October 18, 1990

Chutney vs Classical music - Interview - Yusuff Khan & interviews at chutney show
"Is There a Doctor in the House" play by Godfery Sealey - Interview - Godfrey & Debra Maillard
What de people say - How do you feel about Divali?

25:09

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Programme 28, Gayelle Series 1990/91

113Y

October 28, 1990

Control of Fertility - Interviews - FPA Clients, Hetty Seargent (FPA Director), Father Clyde Harvey, Jackie Padmore (Population Programme Unit Director), Yvonne Jerome of Cedros (mother of 7 children)
The Outside World - Interview - Yvonne Jerome, Chandrekha Ramcharran
Music break with rappers
Interview - teenagers of Cedros
Male family life and rehabilitation - Interview - Yvonne Jerome, Jackie Padmore, Denise DeBique
Emanuel Youth Club Skits

25:50

U-Matic

Programme 29, Gayelle Series 1990/91

114Y

November 1, 1990

What de people say - San Fernando as a city
New Naparima Bowl - Interview - Torrence Mohammed, Ralph Maraj, Shane Bickram, James Lee Wah
Naparima Colege Blue Circle Network Radio

 

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Programme 30, Gayelle Series 1990/91

114Y

November 8, 1990

Neal & Massy All Stars departure for tour of the U.K.
Speyside and Little Tobago
Chat with students of Signal Hill Senior Comprehensive School

25:24

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Programme 31, Gayelle Series 1990/91

115Y

November 15, 1990

Model Builders Assoc./Naval Carrier scale model - Interview - Gaylord Kelshall
Pat & Lisa Choo Foon art exhibition
Trevor Belmosa (poet)
Joseph Williams - Appollo Theatre Talent Competition Finalist
Kokhiyea Productions play extract - Interview - Ray Gonsalves

25:09

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Programme 32, Gayelle Series 1990

115Y

November 22, 1990

BWIA excellence in Journalisim Awards - a TV review
What de people say - How is Christmas shaping up
Gypsy on his release "West Indian Christmas"

27:46

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Programme 33, Gayelle Series 1990/91

116Y

November 29, 1990

Adrian Camps-Campins (artist, greting card maker, history buff)
Nat. Dance Assoc. 10th Anniversary Festival "Movements" - Interview - Joyce Kirton
"I Dream a World" photo exhibition of prominent Afro-American women
Excerpt from Trinity College musical "I Created a Monster"

28:46

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Programme 34, Gayelle Series 1990/91

116Y

December 6, 1990

Kabir Panth "Chowka" in Charlieville, Chaguanas - first time appearance of group on TV
Getting to know Sprang and release of his cassette recording
Happy Hour Early Chidhood Education Centre on verge of closure

23:32

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Programme 35, Gayelle Series 1990/91

117Y

December 13, 1990

Excerpts of Carols by Candlelight Christmas Concert
Vox Pop with audience
Carols by Candlelight continued
Interview - Koo Nimo (Ghanian highlife musician)

25:10

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Programme 36, Gayelle Series 1990/91

118Y

December 20, 1990

What de people say - How do you feel about changes in Parang
Scrunter & Marcia Miranda on their Parang-Soca selections - Interview with Kathy Shepherd of CAFRA on the treatment of women in above
FLABEJ Steel Orchestra - Interview - Barbara Crichlow (band manager)

23:57

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Programme 37, Gayelle Series 1990/91

117Y

December 27, 1990

1990 Downtown Street Vendors Association
Gayelle 1990 in review - Highlights of past programmes & Vox Pop - How do you rate us
T&T 1990 - music video

22:47

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Programme 38, Gayelle Series 1990/91

118Y

January 3, 1991

Tee shirts feature - Interview - Max Awon Mas Camp & Identity Ltd
Interview - Scrunter on Carnival '91 and cultural development in Sangre Grande
Literature on Carnival - Interview - Gordon Rohlehr & Lawrance Scott

25:19

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Programme 39, Gayelle Series 1990/91

119Y

January 10, 1991

Melanie Hudson and her debut LP "Coming Out" - Interview - Melanie Hudson & Ottie Meires (producer)
"Play Yuh Mas" Carnival Play by Godfrey Sealey - Interview - members of cast
Ash Wednesday Carnival Celebrations in Martinique

27:44

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Programme 40, Gayelle Series 1990/91

119Y

January 17, 1991

Vox Pop in Woodford Square - War in the Gulf
"Sing de Chorus" musical - Interview - Louis McWilliams (director), Gordon Rohlehr
Brother Resistance on his "Touch the Earth with Rapso" LP release

25:48

U-Matic

A Gayelle Special

125Y

 

Kali Worship in T&T

27:00

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Caribbean Eye

117F

 

1) LINK - "The Way a Society spends its leisure says a lot about how it works ..."
Ken looking at a ring game - Brown Girl in the Ring and coming out of the game to do the link. (Several takes) - Westbury Primary School.

2) LINK - "Not only children play games ... men can often be seen playing table games ... " in a ring game - Westbury Primary School

3) Cut away shots of children playing games - Westbury Primary School - Ring game, Line games, skip, clap hand games etc.

4)Interview with Michael Gilkes Part 1 - Dramatist/Reader in Caribbean Literature about:
(a) What he is trying to do as a playwright
(b) What does it mean to his writing Couvade and it's Caribbean vision
(c) Comments on Caribbean Drama as a literary form - form dedicated by the experience
(d) Compare diffrent forms of Caribbean Literature to the theatre

 

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Caribbean Eye

118F

 

1) Interview with Michael Gilkes Part II about
(a) Language: Literature and Life
(b) Amerindian Survival and what it means to us in the Caribbean
(c) What are the Amerindians saying to us
(d) Significance of Martin Carter's poetry
(e) Relationship between his poetry and the present day political situation in the Caribbean
(f) Links between Carter, Cesaire and Guillen
(g) Comments about Carter's poetry
(h) What Gilkes is trying to do in his plays, as a Caribbean playwright
(i) Caribbean drama/theatre as a literary form - defintions

 

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Caribbean Eye

119F

 

1) DRAUGHTS - Interview with Ronald "Suki" KIng - Draughts Champion of Barbados about:
(a) How popular is draughts in Barbados
(b) What is his post in the Draughts Asociation
(c) Who plays draughts
(d) How did the bus terminus become popular as a place to play draughts
(e) At what levels is draughts played in Barbados
(f) Do women play draughts
(g) How good are the women who play draugths
(h) What about National and International competitions
(i) Do they play in the Caribbean
(j) How so they play, what are the rules
(k) Why is it an exciting game
(l) Do they play for money

2) LINK - "While draughts is a big thing here in Barbados and to a lesser extent..."

3) INTERVIEW Con't -
(a) How do you get a king? What are the advantages of a king
(b) How often has he been champion
4) Cut aways of the game and Ken asking about various moves etc.

5) Shots of lokers on around the game

6) INTERVIEW-
(a) Why is the place so popular to come and play draughts - Fairchilds Market Square - Barbados
(b) Who does he play
(c) His experiences and ratings at world tournaments
(d) How do they organise the world rating system

 

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Caribbean Eye

120F

 

1) Man in the Street Interviews - "What does Crop Over Mean to You" & "How do You Spend Your Time During Crop Over"
"What do You Know About The Caribs and Arawaks"
"Do YOu Think Its Important that we know more about What Happened in Those Times"
(comments from 2 Vincentians as well) - 5 women and 6 men

2) LINK - Drama outside steel shed - "There are theatre companies of various sizes in all the territories..."

3) DRAMA LINK inside the steel shed - "Some playwrights are using..."

 

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Caribbean Eye

121F

 

1) Interview with Cynthia Wilson - Administrative Director W.W.B. (Wilson, Warner and Boyce) Productions about:
(a) The company how it was formed and the kind of work that they do, what they believe in, the kind of plays they do and why, the types of casts that they use etc
(b) Producing plays in Barbados
(c)About herself - actress/producer/dancer/writer
(d) The Caribbean
(e) Her view of the Caribbean

2) Interview with Gabby about:
(a) His protest folk songs - he sings "Take down Nelson" - no accompaniment
(b) The Folk Song tradition in Barbados
(c) About his calypsoes and calypsoes in general

3) Ken and Gabby doing an extempo bit

 

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Caribbean Eye

122F

 

1) Ken and Gabby doing extempo (a few takes)

2) Gabby sings "Take Down Nelson" accompanying hiself with the guitar

3) Interview with Trevor Marshall - Historian Folklorist about
(a) Development of Carnival in Barbados - Crop Over
(b) Talking about tradition of Festivals in the Caribbean because of outside influences etc.

4) Interview with Peggy Antrobus Part 1 about:
(a) How WAND is related to development projects initiated by women in the Caribbean
(b) How does the projects the women are involved in relate to the greater economy - links between social and economic problems
(c) WAND's attempts to link the micro-economics of the situation to the macro-economics of the situation
(d) Problems of structural adjustment directly impacting on women

 

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Caribbean Eye

123F

 

1) Interview with Peggy Antrobus (Part 2) - Tutor/Co-ordinator - Women and Development Unit - WAND about:
(a) Government Policies and Women and what WAND is trying to do (Begining of interview cut off)

2) Interview with Errol Hill - Professor Emeritus about:
(a) His involvement in Carnival, Theatre and Steelband
(b) His experiences in Jamaica Re: culture, use of the folk forms etc.
(c) His links to the West Indies, his book about Jamaican Theatre up to the 19th century
(d) What is his perspective of Caribbean theatre now - he talks mainly about Jamaica
(e) Comment on Sistren's work
(f) His vision of the Caribbean - about Carnivals, different races, sport, re-ordering the elements of the culture and putting them to greater use.

 

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Caribbean Eye

124F

 

1) Interview with Errol Hill - Part 2 about:
(a) Arranging classical music for the steelband - the use of traditional cultural forms beyond their usual use
(b) Comments about Peter Minshall

2) Interviews with George Lamming (Writer) about:
(a) His life in relation to the Caribbean, Barbados to Trinidad, his relationship with Eric Williams, going to England, returning to the Caribbean, his Hati experience, his Guyana experince, His writing about the Caribbean, the New World Group and their influence and contribution, Guyana independence, Barbados independence, growth of ideology in the Caribbean, Grenada, trying to regionalise the media
(b) Significance of Trinidad to his first novels

 

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Caribbean Eye

125F

 

1) Interview with george Lamming Part 2 about:
(a) The influence of his work in the Caribbean, the influence of the Little Carib on culture in the region, his work now, travelling, lecturing etc., the media in the Caribbean region - its role - mainly talks about radio, his Caribbean vision
(b) Cut away shots of George Lamming

2) Shots of the sea, reefs, and rock formations at Bathsheba

3) Shots of coconut trees

4) Shot of coconut tree on a hill - good shot

5) Shots of the sea shore - rocks, reefs etc.

6) Shot of Nelson's statue, Bridgetown, Barbados

 

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Caribbean Eye

126F

 

1) Interview with Peter Minshall about: (questions)
- What he is trying to achieve with his work
- What is mas
- What principles does he use when he is designing a mas
- How does he use and change the mas through design - to follow trends in the world of design - mas as a contemporary form of expression - maintaining also the traditional flow of the mas
- What does he try to avoid in his mas - talks about midnight robber, jabolasie and what he tries to give to his masqueraders, how he sees his art, what is the process of him designing the band year after year
- Mas as art and art as mas - use of painters wearing their work in his 1990 band, his early years designing, about the music, dance and art involved in Carnival, his life's work, his work on display in Brazil, back to the artists wearing their work

 

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Caribbean Eye

127F

 

1) Part 2 - Minshall Interview about:
- The painters
- Design Criteria - movement and drama in his mas - Theatre in the mas about Santimanitay and Tantana, about the French celebration of Carnival and the African celebration of Carnival and influences
- Theatre in mas as a process of self-transformation, the energy required for mas
- A thesis on the Trinidad Carnival by Sister Yvonne De Verteuil - Minshall does a reading of the first paragraph

 

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Caribbean Eye

128F

 

1) CARNIVAL FIRST LINKS - "J'ouvert morning. I just sitting here waiting for a band ... " several takes - audio not too good

2) CARNIVAL LINK "Impressive eh ... you see this is called J'ouvert, that's French..."

3) Ken jumping along with a steelband

4) Crowd shots j'ouvert morning by a steelband - crowd jumping along to music. Ken emerges jumping with the crowd

5) J'ouvert morning shots of a rhythm/pan around the neck band with Ken jumping with them

6) Ken jumping in the street in front of a steelband coming down - crowd scenes - j'ouvert morning

7) A man with a possie of mud licking the mud - J'ouvert morning

 

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Caribbean Eye

129F

 

1) J'ouvert morning - feet chipping to music

2) J'ouvert morning - crowd shots and a band on a truck passing

3) Pan around the neck band - J'ouvert morning - playing and moving

4) Flagwoman coming down - nice shot

5) Pan side on a truck playing - J'ouvert

6) People in J'ouvert costume

7) Nice shot - J'ouvert crowd going down the road

8) From sign "The best birth control is self control" into crowd shots and pan side on a truck

9) Pan on the move on the road with Ken listening and jumping

10) Shots of Ken pushing pan

11) Mud mas

12) Shot of church clock saying 6:20 to mud mas band

13) Mud mas with steelband coming down behind him

14) Characters around - viking, ape with no pants, man with painted face, man shouting, long time sailor, woman in Queen of hearts costume, old man with headtie, man with glasses with wipers, people winning

15) Amoco renegades flagman, crowd shots, people playing and pushing pan

16) Ken and Alyson jumping in Renegades, people pushing the pan, the rhythm section - scratchers, traps

17) Ken and Lancelot Layne - interview with Lance about the Carnival - audio not good

18) People beating iron

19) Mud mas, people smearing mud on themselves

 

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Caribbean Eye

130F

 

1) Mud mas rolling on the ground

2) Devil / Mud mas

3) Man with re paint - wining etc. - nice shot

4) Man in a mask

5) Vox pop "What Carnical means to you"

6) Band passing - pan, crowd on the move

7) Vox pop "What does Carnival mean to you" and an encounter with Ken and a passerby

8) Rhythm band

9) Coloured mud band with rhythm section

10) Vox pop "What does Carnival mean to you" - with orange peeler and other people

11) Band passing with girls in diapers followed by a steelband

12) Vox pop "What does Carnival mean to you"

13) CARNIVAL LINK "As I was saying before I was so lewdly
interrupted, this is old mas ... The celebration of Carnival owes a lot to the old french"

14) Vox pop "What does Carnival mean to you"

 

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Caribbean Eye

131F

 

1) Guys in the road wining

2) A mud band

3) People dancing/walking around to the music

4) Group of guys jumping and shouting

5) Woman in a red wig with a baby bottle

ABOUT 15 MINUTES LEFT ON TAPE

 

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Caribbean Eye

132F

 

1) Earl Lovelace talking about Carnival

2) G.B. talking about Carnival

3) Alix? about Carnival

4) Mas on stage in the Savannah

5) Vox pop - What does Carnival mean to you

6) Masqueraders on stage CARNIVAL LINK Part 1 "This is the Carnival that gets on the tourist brochures all over the Caribbean..." several takes - done later again

7) CARNIVAL LINK Part 1 "You know the Barbados Carnival started in the mid 1970's as part of their Crop Over..." several takes some with radio mike and last ones with hand held mike - audio better with hand mike

8) Traditional Indians - he gives an Indian speech and chant

9) CARNIVAL LINK Part 2 - "This is the Carnival that gets on the tourist brochures" same link as above - audio better

10) CARNIVAL LINK Part 2 - "You know the Barbados Carnival..."
**Refer to tape #18 for additional takes.

 

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Caribbean Eye

133F

 

1) Minshall's artists and revellers on the street

2) The Agent from Death Valley doing his robber talk about the hurricane Gilbert

3) Midnight Robber (Master Mongola) doing his robber talk

4) Shots of back cape of Midnight Robber and people around him listening

5) Trevor Rhone on what Carnival means to him

6) CARNIVAL OR PAN LINK Part 1 - "The music of pan is one of the main pulses which carry the spirit of Carnival..."

7) Steelband playing on a truck. Crowd shots

8) CARNIVAL OR PAN LINK Part 2 - "The music of pan is one of the main pulses..."

9) A sailor band with a steelband and crowd shots around them

10) Ken listening to pan. Shots of a pan side

11) Two old-time characters - Gentleman Devils

12) Small band - Frances loves Trinidad

13) A joker with his whip

14) Leroy Clarke on what Carnival means to him

 

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Caribbean Eye

134F

 

1) A tassa group with a donkey character - Minshall

2) Minshall on the road

3) CARNIVAL LINK - "Walking the streets of Trinidad you are likely to be waylaid by..."

4) CARNIVAL LINK Part 1- "As we heard from Lennox Honychurch..."

5) Carnival on the road

6) CARNIVAL LINK OUT OF VINCY MAS Part 1 - "That was a good vincy mas" into St. Kitts Carnival

7) CARNIVAL LINK Part 2 - "As you heard from Lennox Honychurch..."

8) CARNIVAL LINK OUT OF VINCY MAS Part 2 - "That was a good vincy mas..." into St. Kitts Carnival

9) Traditional sailor mas with a present day finish

10) Jason Griffith fancy sailors band - very nice

11) Minshall on the road. Shot of Minshall in the truck and Charlie's Roots band on the road. Minshall on the road - people waving their sheets. Paintings in the back of the band - very good shots

 

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1) CARNIVAL LINK Part 3 - "The Barbados carnival of today started only in the mid 1970's" **refer to tape #15 for first attempts at this

2) Mas on stage - individual costumes - African - Traditional

3) CARNIVAL LINK Part 4 - Same as #1

4) CARNIVAL LINK - "The players have passed over the main competition stages and some of them..." - several tries

5) Voice Over - CARNIVAL LINK - "The masquerade tradition in Jamaica is Jonkonuu..."

6) CARNIVAL LINK - "Jamaican musician Byron Lee who is also a world wide promoter of calypso music..." - several takes

7) CARNIVAL LINK "This is last lap..." links into Ash Wednesday Martinique mas

8) Pan around the neck on the move - las lap

9) CARNIVAL LINK - "The Eye has looked at Carnivals all over the CAribbean..."

10) CARNIVAL LINK -
"When/As tomorrow dawns we settle into another year of work..."

11) Voices - Pan around the neck band on the move in the street

 

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1) Voices - Pan around the neck band - on the move in the street. LOOKS GOOD - Ken jumps in the band

2) End of tape


Tape has about 10 minutes left

 

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1) Part 1 - Interview with Denis WILLIAMS - WRITER / ARCHEOLOGIST. Director - Walter ROTH - MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY about:
- How and when did the Amerinidians come to Trinidad
- How did they live - hunters and gatherers
- What kind of evidence do we have of how they lived
- What kind of relationship did they have to the land before and after the Europeans came
- How do the Amerindians relate to today's world
- What can the Caribbean learn from Amerindian life and
lifestyles - What influence does Amerindians have on art today (in Guyana mainly) - about the Caribbean man and what makes him what he is and his relationship to other races and Western Societies etc.

 

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1) Part 2 - Interview with Dennis Williams - Writer/Archeologist; Director - Walter Roth - Museum of Anthropology - Guyana, about:
- the significance to Philip Moore's art

2) Cut away shots of Ken and Ken And Denis showing skeleton in the foreground of the shot

3) Shots around the room - different angles of Ken and Denis talking

4) Philip Moore interview - What is his vision?

5) Shots done at the Dorothy Taitt Foundation of the Red Thread - Multi Racial Group workshop *Explanation on tape #25

6) Facilitator - Karen De Souza talks with the women about the group activity they were engaged in to point out the strengths and weaknesses of the group activity

7) Part 1 - Interview with Pandit PAVINDRADATT PARASRAM - Assistant General Secretary of the Guyana pundits Council about:
- How Phagwa is celebrated in Guyana

 

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1) Part 2 - Interview with Pundit PAVINDRADATT PARASRAM - Assistant General Secretary of the Guyana Pundits Council about:
- How Phagwa is celebrated in Guyana in the rural areas compared to in Georgetown

2) Shots of the statue by Philip Moore - different angles - the 1763 MOMUMENT

3) Part 1 - PICTURES/ART IN THE PRIME MINISTER'S (Mr. Hamilton Green) ART GALLERY/HOUSE
(a) "UPRISING AT FORT NASSAU" - WINSTON STRICK
(b) Unnamed - Dudley Charles
(c) Unnamed - Desmond Ali
(d) "SAGITTA" - GARY THOMAS
(e) same as #3
(f) Unnamed - Roderick BARTRAM
(g) "Sports" - Omawale LUMUMBA
(h) "Begining of Life and Love" - Winslow Craig
(i) "Hands Up" - GARY THOMAS - #h and #i composed in a shot - follow audio on tape for clarification

 

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1) Part 2 - Shots of Art from Prime Minister Hamilton Green's Art Gallery in his house -
(a) "In Travail" - Andrew Lyle
(b) "Katak" - Philbert Gajadhar
(c) Unnamed - Kenneth C. Davenport
(d) Chair done by RODERICK BARTRAM
(e) Unnamed - B. Lou King
(f) "Chief King" headress
(g) Unnamed - Philip Moore
(h) "Legend of El Dorado" - Omawale Lumumba

2) Footage from "World of the Caribbean" compliments the Guyana Film Center
- Amerindians in the Guyana interior and some aerial shots of Guyana
- Fishing; making cassava bread; carving ; children playing games; mother breastfeeding; the cattle area in the savannah lands; the Kaitcher falls etc.; aerial shots of Georgetown and other shots around Georgetown - the market etc.

3) Metamaizog village - Establishing shots

4) Shots of garden

5) Shots of women making Post cards - Red Thread Collective

6) Ken interviews one of the ladies about what they are doing - who makes the embroidery; where do the get the designs; who cuts the paper; what they used to do before they got involved with Red Thread

 

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1) Ken interviews ladies in Red Thread Collective -
- Savitri - How she feels about working with the Red Thread Collective
- Durity?- How she feels about working with Red Thread
- Penelope - How she feels about working with Red Thread

2) Close up on Ken asking a question

3) Ken interviews the ladies cutting the cards etc. They talk about their sense of self that working gives to them, their family situations in relation to the job etc.

Savitri - about what being the organizer of the group means. About the significance of "Red Thread" and their uniform

4) Part 1 - Ken interviews Karen De Souza about why they started the group; the other groups that are involved; other projects that groups are involved in; future plans; working at home vs working in a group; basic aim of Red Thread; trying to encourage racial interaction - reactions; the drama component of the group - interaction with Sistren; changes in attitude because of the work, drama component etc

 

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1) PART 2 - Ken interviews Karen De Souza about the dynamics of the group; information about Metamaizog - social, economic etc; description of one of their workshops - the one that was filmed at the Dorothy Taitt Foundation - cross reference Tape #21; marketing of the products; holding of workshops which help to strengthen the group

2) Long shot of Karen and Ken during interview

3) More establishing shots around Metamaizog - children playing cricket, a woman washing - beating clothes etc - Community activity

4) Interview with Marjorie Brodhagen - ARTIST about her vision as a Caribbean Artist

5) Establishing shot of the Burrowes School of Art

6) Inside the Burrowes School of Art woman standing on a wood piece

6a) Interview with Francis Ferreira - Sculptor in Wood, Clay and Soapstone

7) Interviw with HAZEL SHURY - GUYANESE WOMAN OF THE ARTS/ARTIST/SCULPTOR/ACTOR/COSTUME DESIGNER
President - Guyanese womens Artist Association about the material she uses for what purpose etc; the Guyanese Womens Artist Association; what art means to her; the situation now in terms of their art re: the young artists

 

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1) Shots of Art work
(a) Wood carving
(b) "Painting" - Gerard Simon
(c) "Waiting" - Hazel Shury
(d) "Lonely Lady" - Collette?
(e) "Hurricane Hugo" - Colin Ward
(f) Using the bauxite dust - Brian Bowne
Check audio for names

2) E.S. of Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology

3) Birds in the bush Botanical Gardens - Guyana

4) Close up and other shots of the Manatee - relative of the Mermaid; in the pond in the Guyana Botanical Gardens

5) Paintings of Nine Tribes of Guyana in Walter Roth Museum
(a) WAIWAI
(b) MAOPITYAN OR MAWAIKO - Extinct
(c) MACUSI
(d) WAPISIANA
(e) ARECUNA
(f) AKAWAIO
(g) CARIB
(h) PIANGHOTTO - EXTINCT IN GUYANA, found in southern Suriname
(i) DRIO - Extinct
(j) ARAWAK - George Simon
First 9 paintings done by Guyana School of Arts

6) (1) Long Shot of all the paintings down to model of an Amerindian then back to WAIWAI painting
(2) "Human world" - Denis williams done September to November 1950
(3) "Waiwai Flutist" - George Simon
(4) "Waiwai Flutist" - George Simon
#(5) + #(6) - all art found in Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology, Guyana
(7) "Figures in Landscape" - Dudley Charles
(8) "Deep River Spirit" - Dudley Charles ('86 National Award Winner for Art)
(9) "Night Life" - Dudley Charles
(10) One from the "Old House" Series - Dudley Charles
(11) "Black Sun" - Dudley Charles
Paintings #7 - #13 shot at Roots and Culture Art Gallery, Guyana
(12) Interviews with Gary Thomas - Sculptor about working in wood and what he is trying to say with his work
(13) Ceramics done by Peter and Paul Correia
(14) Interview with Ron Robinson - Artistic Director - The Theatre Company, Guyana about how he started his company and how he has been able to keep it together for so long; how he was able to finance his productions
(15) Interview with Stephanie Correia - CREATIVE ARTIST/POTTER about what is the spirit of/in her work
(16) Part 1 - Art work - "Ancestral Images" - Stephanie Correia

 

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1) Part 2 - "Ancestral Images" - Stephanie Correia

2) People Eating

3) Desrey Fox serving Ken and explaining about the various dishes to him. DESREY FOX - Graduate Researcher, Amerindian Research Unit

4) Desrey and Ken eat and she talks about eating habits

5) They sing "The Drunkman Song" - an Akawaio song - #5 on the song sheet - seated

6) They sing the song standing up

7) Desrey sings - "Drum Song" - an Akawaio song, inthe song sheet - song #1

8) Ken and Desrey discuss the song

9) Desrey sings an Akawaio Love Song

10) The group sings "The Nine Amerindian Tribes of Guyana" (not too good)

11) The group sings a traditional "Farewell Song" - several takes

12) Ken and the ladies do a traditional dance - no sound

13) Part 1 - Ken interviews Desrey about - where she came from; how/why she came to Georgetown; what is she doing in Georgetown; what she is doing to aid her people.

 

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1) Part 2 - Ken interviews Desrey Fox - Graduate Researcher, Amerindian Research Unit, Guyana; about
- How she feels about herself now having moved to Georgetown; what does she think Amerindians can do to further their own integration; forging links between Caribbean peoples especially Amerindians; she talks about experiences in Belize; what should the non-Amerindian society do about/to/for the amerindian people; her experience of meeting chief Irvince Auguste - Amerindian Chief of Dominica; she talks about the Caribs in Dominica - their conciousness
Cut away shots taken

2) Desrey sings and then explains the song - a Pregnancy Song - Akawaio Song #6 on the song sheet

3) Desrey sings Song #3 - Love song on the song sheet. She says what it is

4) Desrey sings Song #12 on the song sheet - Work/Cassava Grating Song and says what it is

5) The group sings the traditonal "Farewell Song" again - 2 takes

6) INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS LINK - "The building behind me is called a Benabe, it is called the UMANA YANA..." several takes

7) INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS LINK - "Standing as it does just a few yards from the modern Pegasus hotel..."

8) INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS LINK - "500 years ago Columbus found this region..."

 

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1) INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS LINK - "500 years ago Columbus found this region..." several takes - into the Walter Roth Museum

2) INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS LINK - "Desrey Fox of the Amerindian Research Unit is an Akawaio..." several takes - into the Amerindian picnic

3) INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS LAST LINK - "Today at last Amerindian peoples of this region are demanding their right.."

 

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1) Interview with Kelvin Pope "Duke" about
- the relationship between commercial success and lyrics
- his song "How many more must die"
- about David Rudder's calypsoes
- his commercial success - Thunder - Lambada
- facts and figures about the success of "How Many More Must Die"
- what different has been done to the Lambada version of Thunder
- about traditional calypso vs soca in Thunder and generally

2) Interview with Byron Lee about
- calypso vs soca commercialization etc
- about his commercial success
- about Byron's CArnival that he is carrying to Jamaica
- why Trinidad Carnival to Jamaica
- how they intend to do it, what they have to do in Jamaica
-expertise that has been taken to Jamaica

 

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1) Interview with Pelham Goddard about
- why was Charlie's Roots started
- when was Charlie's Roots formed
- what was the role of Charlie's Roots when you started
** First 2 questions asked and answered again
- different angle
- what was Maestro's relationship to Charlei's Roots
- what was Maestro's contribution to soca music
- what was different in Charle's Roots' approach to soca
- the various contracts with London Records and what does that mean
- where Maestro would have been now, had he lived

 

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1) Interview with Gordon Rohlehr about
- The story of Roaring Lion etc. when they first started singing calypso and how they fared commercially when they wen abroad
- The Rum and Coca-Cola story
- The split between community and market for the present day calypsonian
- Maestro's contribution to soca, the evelopment of soca
- The contributions of Sparrow and Kitchener

 

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1) GORDON ROHLEHR CALPSO HISTORIAN - Interview continued about
- Sparrow - Innovations, professionalism etc. what he developed

2) Interview with David Rudder - Artist about
(a) The tradition of the lyric with the strong music line
(b) Where he is internationally now
(c) What was maestro's contribution to calypso and soca
(d) Expanation of his song "Bacchanal Lady"
(e) What does he see as the future of soca music internationally
(f) How does he react to the saying that "soca music is to make people happy, to make people dance
(g) Soca music as a rebel music

3) KEN DOING CHILDRENS GAMES LINK Part 1 - "You know something, all the games we have loked at..." several takes (picture a little dismal)

4) Interview with Jean Carmino - Sec. Trinidad Women's Cricket Association about
(a) When the Association started and what has been happening over the years
(b) How difficult it has been to organize women's cricket in Trinidad
(c) How the west Indies Team is selected and what they have been doing

 

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1) Part 2 - Interview with Jean Carmino - Secretary - Trinidad Women's Cricket Association about
(a) The upcoming tour of the Trinidad team to St. Lucia for the Caribean Tournament
(b) If teams are sponsored

2) KEN"S GAMES LINK Part 1 - From women playing cricket to Ken saying "Increasingly, women are beginging to play cricket, soccer and even dominoes and draughts..." a few takes

3) KEN DOING GAMES LINK Part 2 - "You know something, all the games we have looked at ..." light better

4) KEN DOING GAMES LINK Part 2 - "Increasingly, women are begining to play cricket, soccer and even..."

5) CUTAWAY SHOTS OF WOMEN'S CRICKET

About 6 minutes left at end of tape

 

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1) Zoom from pan racks in savannah up to Laventille Hill

2) KEN DOING PAN LINK - Up by Despers: "Incredible eh ... from a 445 gallon oil drum in the hills of Laventille, Trinidad..." several takes

3) Zoom from pan racks in savannah up to Laventille Hill (different angle from #1)

4) Pan across to racks then zoom into hill

5) KEN - PAN LINK -END LINK - "The story of pan may be only now begining as the technology..." several takes

6) KEN LINK TO CALYPSO - outside Calypso Revue" "The Calypso tent is still considered the source of authentic calypso..." several takes

 

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1) KEN DOING CALYPSO LINK practices before takes - "The Eye looks at calypsonians, musicians and others involved in this dynamic art form..." several takes

2) KEN DOING CALYPSO LINK TO EDDY GRANT - voice only

3) "Eddy Grant originally from Guyana now resident in Barbados..."

4) KEN DOING CALYPSO LINK outside calypso Revue tent - "There is a continuum from Invader's "Rum and Coca-Cola" to Sparrow's "Jean and Dinah" to David Rudder's "Bacchanal Lady"..."

5) KEN DOING PAN LINK IN SAVANNAH - PANORAMA - "The rivalry of steelband communities have always been intense but there was a time..."

6) KEN - LINK TO DRAMA at Ramleela ground Part 1 - "Drama and theatre in the Caribbean have been built and I expect will continue to be built..." several takes

7) KEN LINK TO DRAMA - VOICE OVER "Communal performances like this one out of the Hindu religion and rituals..."

8) KEN - LINK TO DRAMA at Ramleela Ground Part 2 - "Drama and Theatre in the Caribbean..." several takes

9) KEN - DRAMA LINK at Ramleela Ground, "What have evolved from these rituals are the carnivals of Trinidad, St. Lucia..." several takes

10) KEN DOING DRAMA LINK - VOICE OVER "Many pioneers of drama and dance in the Caribbean have written extensively and passionately..."

11) KEN DOING DRAMA LINK AT LITTLE CARIB Part 1 - "The Little Carib Theatre opened its doors in 1948 led by the now legendary Beryl Mc Bernie..." link into Rex Nettleford and the N.D.T.C. (several takes)

 

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1) KEN DOING DRAMA LINK outside little Carib Theatre - Part 2. "The Little Carib Theatre in Port-of-Spain Trinidad opened its door..." link into Nettleford and the N.D.T.C. - several takes

2) KEN DOING SOCA LINK Part 1 outside Soca Village "Soca evolved naturally into ..."

3) KEN DOING SOCA LINK - Soca Village "One of the most effective ambassadors for soca was Byron Lee and his band the Dragonaires..."

4) KEN DOING SOCA LINK Part 2 outside Soca Village "Soca evolved naturally into fete or party music..." several takes (some with pan of crowd/line waiting to go into party)

 

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1) KEN DOING SOCA LINK Part 3 outside Soca Village - "Soca evolved naturally into a new fete or party music..." several takes

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1) KEN - LINK TO ALL FOURS "TALKING TO THE PERSON NEAREST TO HIM ABOUT THE GAME, SIGNS ETC. All Fours at home of MR. DHANRAJ RAMNARINE. On Ken's left in red is MOHAN RAMNARINE, on his right in white is KENRICK SINGH, other players at the table KENRICK BRIDGEMOHANSINGH in blue and white plaid shirt and WESLEY HEERALAL in red and black plaid shirt. Game and cut aways of hang-jacks, scoring etc. Ken asks questions about the game
- How popular the game is in Trinidad
- Asks about some rules of the game
- Asks about whether women play the game
- In the district of Penal, how popular is the game etc.
- E.S. of room with players at tables
- Ken looking on at game, looking at hands etc

2) KEN'S LINK TO WARRE at all fours game. "You know I thougt I was in for a nice quiet respectable game of cards..."

 

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1) Arrow Music Video - "Hot Hot Hot" on VHS

 

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1) Interview with Rex Nettleford - Part 1 about
(Camera - Cliff Seedansingh)
- Carnival as a phenomenon in the Caribbean, its function etc and how it fits into Jamaica - what it means to the Caribbean person

- Jonkonnu in Jamaica, Bahamas etc

- What is the form of the Jonkonnu

- Festivals in general - is there a difference between folk and religious festivals

- Relationship between modern dance forms - how festivals have influenced the Caribbean dance, music etc - the use of crowds, the processional etc

- Hosay in Jamaica - how it is celebrated - who started it - cross fertilization as a part of that

- The role of festivals as a ritual of possession or reaffirmation of a collective identity etc

- Role of children's games - movement etc

- Games with specific indigenous roots, values, use of words etc

-Dance numbers that he has choreographed centered around movements in children's games

- Caribbean music - various forms and its spread throughout the world. (very good comment)

 

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1) Rex Nettleford interview Part 2 about
- Drama in the Caribbean - what is the relation of dance to Caribbean drama - refers to Trevor Rhone, etc, Chorale Theatre done by Lydians etrc

- "The element of performing important to Caribbean person - from politician to preacher" - good comment

- Impact of indigenous survivors on present civilization. "The notion of discovery is atypical - there werre people here before Columbus came" - good comment

-- Our need to claim possession of our culture

- Relation between informal and formal art in the Caribbean - relates it to Carnival etc - MAKES A GOOD COMMENT ABOUT CARNIVAL IN TRINDAD. How energy in the community informs the art forms in the islands - how it evolved over the years specifically in Jamaica

 

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1) Interview with Malavoi at the airport with - PAULO ROSINE - Leader of the group; TONY CHASSEUR - Back-up vocalist; PIPO GERTUDE - Lead vocalist - in French

 

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1) Disregard footage at top of tape - Gayelle Links from 00:00 to 17:00
- (a few nice shots in between of people walking with pans, setting up pans on stands etc)
- No sound for a while
- Crowd shots
- Band playing (very short)
- Band setting up on stage

 

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1) Tape cued up at end - Band playing in Pan Ramajay - about 3 minutes - audio O.K.

 

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1) KEN DOING FESTIVALS LINK - 'Say Caribbean Festivals and most people think of Carniva right..." several takes

2) KEN - Link to Festivals - "Most Caribbean celebrations take place in a central..." link to Guyana Hosay

3) Cut aways of people playing with the abeer

4) A chowtal band on stage singing and performing

5) Chowtal groups waiting to go on stage

6) People throwing abeer on each other

7) Man squirting abeer

8) Crowd shots

9) Explanation of meaning of Phagwa by MENON HINGOO - Secretary of the Natrional Phagwa Council - Aranguez, Trinidad (somewhat long-winded)

10) Ken doing Festivals Link Part 1 "Celebrants throw powder on each other symbolic of Holika's ashes..." (not finished)

11) Shots of group on stage

12) Ken doing Festivals Link Part 2 "If you can't beat them, join them, now in some West African communities..." (not finished)

13) Cut aways of chowtal group on stage - people playing instruments

14) Ken - Festivals Link Part 1 "To some of us, our ancestors are far away in other continents and the quality of our..." several takes. Links into Jonkonnu, Marguerite etc

 

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1) Ken - Festivals Link Part 2 " To some of us, our ancestors are far away..."

2) Cut aways of people spraying abeer on each other - little children playing etc, a group on stage

3) Establishing shots of the area; children on the airplane swing, etc.

4) Ken - Festivals Link "Our most common masquerade is known as Jonkonnu in Jamaica and the Bahamas..."

5) Ken Festivals Link "These ashes are all that remain of holika which was burnt last night, wherever east indian..." several takes

6) Ken Festival Link "The Shi-ite sect of Islam continued to mark the martyrdom of Hassan and Hussain...' several takes links to Hosay

7) Ken - End Link for Festivals "Festivals are ways communities..." then follows "Through these festivals we continue to reconcile our ancestors with our present and our future..."

 

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CAMERA - Suzanne John-Frontin
TECHNICIAN - Dennis Singh

1) Part 1 - Interview with Earl Warner - Theatre Director/Playwright about
- His work in Caribbean theatre
- What is a colonial space and his work in the islands looking at their rites and rituals and what the Caribbean has to offer the world in terms of culture etc.
- The objectives of the Pan Caribbean Theatre Company
- About what "I Lawah" exemplifies Caribbean Theatre
- About Edgar White and his play "I Marcus Garvey"
- About Caribbean Lab - his work with young theatre artists in Jamaica
- The popular processes and social processes that create things like Carnivals etc
- The Pan Caribbean Theatre experience into A.C.T.A. trying to develop people's skills in the Caribbean
- His experience with "The Dragon Can't Dance" and Earl Lovelace
- The role of Astor in the movement towards a National Theatre and the link between dance and drama
- The relationship between form and statement

 

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1) Part 2 - Interview with Earl Warner - Theatre Director / Playwright about
- The relationship between Form and Statement
- His work on "Lights" - collective creations in Theatre. Talks about Sistren
- What shaped his vision of a Caribbean Theatre when he was growing up - the Literature of the 1950's being possibly the strongest ever in the Caribbean
- What he would like to do in Caribbean Theatre, what he wants to use it for
- What is meant by being a Caribbean director

About 10 minutes left on the tape

 

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1) KEN'S GAMES LINK - "Stickfighting takes place in a ring or Gayelle..." link into cricket - several takes

2) KEN'S GAMES LINK - "Caribbean Writer C.L.R. James in his classic book "Beyond the Boundary" shows how cricket like most games for West Indians..."

3) KEN'S GAMES LINKS - follows on from #2 "for our future the question is will we dare to use the questions..."

4) KEN'S GAMES LINK - #1 redone - a few takes

5) Part 1 - Interview with Tim Hector - Political Activist about
- C.L.R. James - his work, his efforts to go beyond, his simplicity, about his books - "Beyond a Boundary", "Minty Alley", about his world view, his nature as a man and a Trinidadian and his allusions to cricket

 

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1) Part 2 - Interview with Tim Hector - POLITICAL ACTIVIST about C.L.R. James
- about James' global reach in relation to the Trinidad yard (question asked twice)
- about James' perception of CArnival
- James' vision of the Caribbean
- James' view of games
- What Carnival means to Tim Hector (good comment)
- Tim Hector about the indigenous survivors (good comment)

 

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1) KEN DOING LINK FOR DRAMA at the University Center Theatre - "What's left of the Antigua University Center Theatre after Hurricane Hugo in 1989 wiped off its roofs. walls ..."

2) MAN IN THE STREET - "What Carniva means to you" - 2 short comments

3) Interview with Dorbrene O' Marde - Cultural Worker about
- What he is trying to do with his use of Theatre and drama
- What he is doing now with his theatre groups
- The decline in theatre
- The achievements of T.I.E. - Theatre Information Exchange
- What was T.I.E. about
- The situation in Antigua in Theatre
- The popular theatre movement in Antigua
-About pan and jazz in Antigua

4) Interview with ANTHONY MAMBA LIVERPOOL - COORDINATOR (OPEN AIR THEATRE) HARAMBEE - Antigua about
- Why was Harambee started
- What they do with community workshops
- do they get into other aspects of development eg. - health etc

 

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1) CHILDREN'S EDUCATION WORKSHOP - Children playing games with adults facilitating - about 3 games in all

2) Interview with COURTENAY WYNTER - Saxaphone/Flute/Clarinet
about
- what he has been doing, the jazz scene in Antigua, pan involvement in jazz, about pan as a legitimate musical instrument

3) Interview with VICTOR "BABU" SAMUEL - pannist/arranger, about how he got involved in pan in Antigua, his background in pan and his links to Trinidad, what he has learnt from Boogsie, his involment in pan jazz, in the future what he would like to do

4) KEN - PAN LINK - "The pan is now considered a solo instrument in its own right..."

5) KEN - PAN LINK - "The versatility, musicianship, and the sheer skill of an increasing number of pannists..." link to pan jazz

6) General shots of the pan/jazz band "The News" performing a selection

 

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1) The pan jazz group "The News" perfprming a few selections. Venue - Brother B's Restaurant and Bar, close ups, establishing shots etc

2) E.S. of Brother B's Restaurant and Bar and close up pf sign in front

3) Shots of people playing "Warri" at Brother B's Restaurant and Bar

4) Part 1 - Belgrove gregory - explains the rules of Warri to Ken, what skills/tricks are needed, special strageies used

 

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1) Interview with Belgrove Gregory Part 2 - How the game is started, what is the objective of the game, he explains some moves of the game, how popular is the game in Antigua, competitions in Antigua, women's involvement in the game, the National Warri Association and its activities

2) KEN - GAMES LINK - "It seems that in most games national egos and pride ..." link to stick fighting

3) More shots of Warri being played

4) INTERVIEW WITH KEN AND ARROW - Part 1 - Alphonsus Cassell - entertainer about
- how big is his hit "Hot Hot Hot"
- response to him as a soca singer
- about his comment on serious lyrics helping to hold back the soca art form
- what is the future of soca
- what he sees as the right course for soca
- what is the secret of success
- what is Arrow's future
- how do people respond to soca worldwide
- what is his reaction to white musicians singing soca

 

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1) Interview with Alphonsus Cassell - "Arrow" - Entertainer - Part 2 about
- the difference between reggae and soca music

2) Reverses - Ken asking questions

3) E.S. Of Ken and Arrow showing coastline hills in the background behind Arrow's house then zoom into arrow and Ken on the patio (a few takes)

4) KEN - SOCA LINK - "The most popular soca artist worldwide is Arrow of Montserrat, in fact his..." (several takes)

5) Arrow singing "Hot Hot Hot" in his mini studio at home. Cut aways, Close ups, different angles


 

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1) Cut away shots of Arrow performing "Hot Hot Hot" in his studio

2) INTERVIEW WITH ALWIN BULLY - PLAYWRIGHT about
- what he was trying to do in Dominica as a theatre artist - trying to get a balance between information and entertainment in theatre

- his attempts at writing now compared to how he wrote before - his experience in Jamaican theatre - the popular theatre movement/form

3) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "Jamaican novelist Vic Reid in exploring the rich language of his island's people..." he says something then walks up the steps reading

 

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1) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - Reading from Vic Reid book with Ken walking up steps

2) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "Brethren our sabbath is over ..." continuation of quote from Vic Reid. Cross reference #3 tape #57 and #1 on this tape - all party of the same link

3) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "I make my dance right here ... right here on the wall of a prison..."

4) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - continued from #3 "Martin Carter's poem "The Kind Eagle speaks of..."

5) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "Like many other influential West Indians James was brought up..." link to C.L.R. James

6) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - same link as #5 but different shot

7) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - same link as #5 and #6 but different shot

8) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "Many of our writers were also politicians, Martin Carter was Minister of Culture in Guyana..." link into C.L.R. James - Cross reference - voice over tape # 61 number 4

9) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "Come and go, to and fro and the voices echo, the West Indies must be West Indian.." - more takes on tape #59

 

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1) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "Come and go, to and fro, and the voices echo, the West Indies must be West Indian..." a few takes on tape #58

2) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "Abdul de Coteau Malik is one of a new generation of writers whose work combines..."

3) Ken doing Motor Vision on a rock in the sea - LITERATURE LINKS -"I born in a force ripe small island and I black and ah bittter like a paw paw seed... Abdul de Coteau Malik is one of a new generation of writers..."

4) Ken doing LITERATURE LINK #3 - "Abdul de Coteau ..." different shot

5) Interview with Clement "Bouncin" Williams - Part 1 Dramatist/Writer - St. Kitts National Theatre Movement about
- when the company was started
- what was the reason for starting the group
- about the work that they do and have done
- the situation of Theatre in St. Kitts - finances, audiences etc

 

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1) Interview with Clement "Bouncin" Williams - Dramatist/Writer _ Part 2 about
- The masquerade tradition in St. Kitts

2) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "From his after deck Columbus saw bearded fig trees, yellow poui ... what did this journey mean, this new world mean..."

3) KEN - LITERATURE LINK AT PETROGLYPH - "These lines from Barbadian poet Edward Kamau Brathwaite..."

4) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "The colonist hungry for land followed the conquistadors..."

5) Ken walking up the steps - continuation from #4

 

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1) Continuation of #4 & #5 tape 60 "the history of colonialisim and slavery is common to almost all the islands..." (link into Aime Cesaire). "...and as the voice declares that for centuries Europe has stuffed us with lies and bloated us with pestilence..."

2) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - "In Cuba Nicholas Guillen's use of language has a distinctive Cuban flavour..."

3) KEN DOING DANCING LINK - LITERATURE - "Come out mulatto loosen your shoe, tell de white man we not leaving..." several takes

4) KEN - LITERATURE LINK - VOICE OVER - "Many of our writers have also been politicians..." cross reference tape #58 number 8. several takes

5) Shot of van driving and Ken emerges, walks down the road

About 5 minutes on end of tape

 

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1) Ken walking down steps and through bush going to Earlene's house

2) Meeting between Earlene and Ken

3) KEN'S OPENING WOME'S LINK - "Women like farmer Earlene Horne are coming to grips with the difficulties of their daily lives,,," several takes. Link to social League in Dominica

4) Meeting between Earlene and Ken, (a few takes) and into first link - #3

5) Ken and earlene walking along a path to Earlene's farm talking about her children and what they do

6) shot follows Earlene and Ken through the trees while they talk about her farm - farming her bananas etc.

7) Continuation of walking shot through the banana trees, (several takes). They talk of the yard, fertilisers etrc.

8) KEN'S WOMEN'S LINK to Jamaica Women's Construction Group - "Self esteem is one of the things that is very obvious that women get from collective action..."

9) Shot of #7 and #8 again - walking shot into Ken's link

10) Ken does link from #8 again - several takes

11) Earlene throwing fertilzer, tying the goats etc.

12) Ken and Earlene in a taxi and she and Ken talk about her visiting other farms and farmers etc. and about the Farmers Union's role

 

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1) Ken and Earlene in the van talking about what her role is as General Secretary of the National Farmers Union - visiting farmers etc.

2) Shot of taxi driving down the road and stopping. Earlene gets out, meets farmer and Ken does link - (no sound on first few takes) - "The majority of Caribbean women are poor and powerless however these conditions can be changed..." link to Red Thread Project in Guyana

3) Ken and Earlene in her office and they talk about the messages she finds on her desk, her education, how she got involved in her work, about her proffesion as a farmer - they continue talking and start discussing Sistren's work

 

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1) Ken and Earlene arrive at her office. They talk about what she finds on her desk, her education, how she got involved in her work, about her proffesion as a farmer - they continue talking and start discussing Sistren's work.

2) Ken interviews Earlene about - how many people in the Farmer's Union

3) Reverse shots of Ken asking question and listening

4) E.S. of National Farmers Union headquarters - from the road

5) Interview with Roy Ralph - BAndleader of "Dragons Mas Camp" about
- what Vincy mas means to him
- what is special about Vincy mas

6) "Man in the street" about
- what does a Vincentian Carnival mean to you
- what do you do at Carnival time

7) "Man in the street" about
- what do you know about Caribs and Arawaks
- why do you think you don't know about them

8) Interview with Michael Peters - Cultural Officer - St. Vincent about
- The development of Vincy mas and what is special about it now
-The traditional shows that they have
- The significance of the Carib survival to the Caribbean
- What are the Caribs teaching us

 

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1) KEN - INDIGENOUS SURVIVORS LINK AT OBELISK - "About 3,000 years ago, some Amerindian peoples who for the want of a more precise term we will call..." link continues with different shot

2) Footage from SVG - TV of
a) "Jam Dem" - by Touch - Music Video
b) shot of NAM mas band
c) Street shots at Carnival - partying in the street etc.

 

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1) LAST LINK FOR WOMEN'S PROGRAMME - Ken and Earlene walk and talk then Earlene continues to her class and Ken turns to cameras "You know it's only when all of us begin to appreciate and understand the work of women.." several takes. Some takes of link statement only.
EARLENE HORNE - DEVELOPMENT ACTIVIST

2) Interview with ALIDA DERRICK-CORDICE - Committee Member, Council for Development of Carib Community - C.D.C.C. about
- where the area of Sandy Bay is in St. Vincent
- the people in the Sandy Bay area - what they do
- what percentage of the people are true Caribs
- efforts to revive Carib Culture and pride in the Carib people
- objectives of the C.D.C.C.
- the situation of the Sandy Bay community in St. Vincent - neglect
- the state of crafts etc. in St. Vincent
- the future of the St. Vincent Caribs
- how can the caribs fit in to the modern Caribbean

(Cross reference - Tape #71 Box #8 for continuation of the interview started here)

 

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1) Part 2 - Interview with Irvince Auguste - Carib Chief (1984 - 1994) - Dominica about
- trying to establish their real name
- the situation in the territory as Carib chief
- the economic situation and life of the Carib people in Dominica
- what is the situation with the young generation of Caribs

2) Shot of the townof Greiggs in St. Vincent from hill over-looking the town. (several takes)

3) Interview with Bernadine Simmons - Teacher, Greiggs Primary School about
- why she is proud of her Carib blood
- the importance of a revival of the Caribs, culture etc.

4) Poem "A Whey dem Carib say" written by Mr. Milton Davy - Ex-principal of Greiggs Primary School, recited by Bernadine Simmons

5) Part 1 - Interview with Blazer Williams - Director - New Artist Movement - NAM about
- background of the group, theatre work done by them and objectives of the group
- his work with the "Wake" - what is it
- explains specific issue being dealt with in the drama that is to follow
- their follow-up techniques
- who comprises the group
- various issues that thet have dealt with in their work
- the response to their work

 

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1) Warm up exercises - NAM performing at Orange Hill, St. Vincent - Dancing and singing. Close ups, E.S. etc. People/Villagers looking on

2) Part 2 - Interview with Blazer Williams - explanation of what is being done by the group
- how succesful the group has been, what they have been doing over the years
- what is the future of the work in St. Vincent
- what is the future in terns of the Caribbean
- the influence of the first world

3) Shots of the group dancing, singing etc

4) Interview with Blazer Williams - Director - NAM Part 3 - what is popular theatre all about and how it is used

5) Pan of area - houses, lookers on and group

6) Blazer explaining what is about to happen in the drama, to the villagers

7) Drama piece and shots of crowd lookin on etc.

8) Blazer discussing what the play was about with the villagers and them responding to him. He then introduces the next piece.

9) Shots of the villagers looking on. Close ups of faces, children etc

 

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1) Crowd shots of the villagers at Orange Hill - reaction shots

2) Dance by group - NAM

3) Shots of villagers

4) Shot of NAM members

5) Blazer introducing the next drama piece and encouraging the people to participate

6) Blazer teaching them the song they will be singing so that they can participate actively

7) Drama piece on Land Issue: some villagers get involved.

 

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1) Drama being performed by NAM with participation from the villagers etc.

2) Interviews with the villagers about what they thought of the drama piece and its relevance to the situation

3) The NAM members playing ring games with the children in the community

4) E.S. of the village etc.

5) Shot of 'We want our house spots' sign and the land area under dispute

 

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Cross reference end of tape #66 Box #7 - continuation from that

1) Interview with sarah baptiste "Mother" about her early life and why she is proud to be a Carib, how difficult it has for her to become a nurse, her success at being a nurse, how many children she has, what her life is like now in the village of Sandy Bay, why they call her "Mother", what kind of advice she gives to young people

2) Shots around Sandy Bay - Carib Village in St. Vincent, children at the beach in Sandy Bay etc

3) Long shot of the village of Sandy Bay from Hill on top

4) Part 1 - Interview with chief Irvince Auguste 1984 - 1994 - Carib chief of Dominica about
- the situation in Dominica and the wider Caribbean in terms of the Caribs
- What are the difficulties they encounter
- What is the value of trying to revive the Carib language and Culture for the Caribbean
- What message does the Carib people have for the wider Caribbean
- What is the value of trying to unite the indigenous Survivors throughout the Caribbean
- the use of the word "Carifuna" rather than Carib to describe then\mselves

 

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1) "The News" Pan jazz group in Antigua playing at Brother B's Restaurant and Bar - additional footage

- Cross reference Box #6 Tape #53 & #54

 

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1) Audience shots

2) Sugar Aloes singing "The Judge"

3) Audience shots

4) Stalin singing "Culture Vultures"

5) "10 minutes of Glory" singer unknown

6) Audience shots

7) "Conversation in Steel" - Marcia Miranda performing - Part 1

 

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1) Marcia Miranda singing "Conservation in Steel" - Part 2

2) Audience shots

3) Sprang - M.C. introducing David Rudder

4) DAVID RUDDER performing "1990" and "Fire in de Lager"

5) Marcia Miranda performing - "Party Monster"

 

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1) FILM "DON'T STOP THE CARNIVAL" - Part 1. Starts off with old-time Carnival

 

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1) FILM "DON'T STOP THE CARNIVAL" - Part 2 - Starts off with Steelband

 

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1) FILM 'DON'T STOP THE CARNIVAL" - Part 3. Starts with Kitch singing "This is Carnival"

 

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1) Desperadoes at City Hall in New York doing a few selections then the Mayor talks etc.

2) Mayor etc. joins the band and plays a little

3) Desperadoes performing

4) Shots of T & T Tourist Board Promotion

5) Allan Clovis talks about the band etc

 

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1) Allan Clovis talking about Trinidad and Tobago

2) Picking winner of a contest and giving him his prize

3) Band playing

4) People filling out forms to enter competition

5) Allan Clovis speaks

6) Picking the winner of the competition

 

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1) Interview with Oliver Samuels - Actor about
- The "pantomine" experience in Jamaica for him
- The response in the Caribbean to "Oliver"
- How does he see his tour of his play meeting and dealing with the language barrier in the islands
- about the play that he will be performing in - "Me, You and mih Taxi"
- about who writes his scripts etc.
- about the cast of the play
- about if he works by himself - stand-up coemdy etc.
- what can he offer to the youths in the Caribbean - is he a role model
- Is his work towards the development of Caribbean theatre

 

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1) Interview with Ronald "Boo" Hinkson - Composer/Musician starts off with him playing music/rhythms on his synthesizer - Cut aways. He talks about the music and demonstrates it on the synthesizer.
- what is cadance music and what are the influences on cadance and other French Caribbean music
- he demonstrates cadance music, how the "cowl" sounds, how the beat of the other instruments would be/blend
- he talks about zouk and demonstrates it with his synthesizer
- traditional instruments still used and he demonstrates their influence
- soca rhythms and zouk rhythms how they are combined
- diffrent feel of calypsoes out of St. Lucia compared to Trinidad
- where St. Lucian music/calypsoes can/should go
- he plays a fusion of soca and zouk which he is attempting presently
- lack of recording facilities in St. Lucia and the problem it causes
- he plays his soca/zouk fusion beat

2) Side view of him singing

3) Back - silhouette of him singing

4) Close up shots of his fingers on the guitar strings

 

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1) Interview with Jacques Compton - Director of Culture - St. Lucia about
- the significance of the La Rose Festival and La Maguerite Festival - how they are seen by the population, its significance in the society, how they prepare for the festivals, the significance of the colours, what the codes of behaviour are
- the actual occurances on the day of the La Rose Festival
- involvement of children in the Festival
- the significance of the actual parts that people play
- the instuments that are used mainly
- the violin competition that is held in St. Lucia
- surviving African music, religions etc. - influences on St. Lucian culture

 

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1) KEN - VISUAL ARTS LINKS - "The eye has looked at some of the grandest in Caribbean Art but there are thousands..." (in front of Black Promethius by Dunstan St. Omer). Cross reference Box #9 tape #87 for more takes

2) Man in the street - "What do you do at Carnival", "How would you feel if there was no Carnival" - several comments

3) Interview with Frank Norville - Cultural Field Officer about
- the music/instruments that is used for the quadrille dance
- the music instruments used in the La Commette - the European - African mix of the music
- the Malee dance - how it originated

 

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1) All Stars Steelband - performing at he St. Lucian Hotel - Cut away shots - front, side, close ups etc. - different song

2) Ken chatting with tourists

3) KEN DOING STEELBAND LINK - several tries before the actual link is done. Tourists asks Ken "Is this an aveage steelband for St. Lucia" Ken "Yes" - stop link

4) KEN DOING STEELBAND LINK - different angle. Tourist asks question, Ken answers etc. then turns and does link "In fact many of the steelbands in the Caribbean, because of the existance of Tourisim..."

 

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1) KEN - VISUAL ARTISTS - In Castries R.C. Cathedral Ken talking to Dunstan St. Omer - Artist/ Muralist about his work re-decorating the Cathedral, then Ken walks off

2) Cut aways of the walls of the church - how it is all painted

3) KEN - VISUAL ART LINK - "Dunstan's work extends into and embraces the community as public art should, and while..." link into Peter Minshall. (several takes) audio not to good

4) E.S. of the Cathedral from across the road

5) L.S. of building from a hill (may be a church)

6) Ken talking to Dunstan St. Omer about his mural. (Audio not too good)
and he was influenced by Carifesta 1973. Also about
- what he was trying to do with the mural
-the style of painting that he used

7) KEN - VISUAL ARTIST LINK - "At almost the other end of the Caribbean Chain..." link into Alvin Marriott (one take)

 

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1) Dunstan St. Omer in front of his mural talking about "What he tries to do with his work"

2) E.S. of church (outside)

3) KEN - FIRST VISUAL ARTISTS LINK - "Dunstan St. Omer is a St. Lucian painter whose murals have taken his name beyond these shores.."

4) Ken meet Dunstan and they talk about
- why he paints murals, what message he tries to give the people through his work - while looking at a mural of the La Rose Festival
- the message in his work (they start over a few times)
- about the La Rose Mural and the festival that it is derived from (several takes)

5) Cut away shots of the mural

6) Front of the church

7) Ken starts Visual Artist Link

 

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1) KEN - VISUAL ARTISTS LINK - "The Caribbean Eye turns inwards to capture not only what we see but..." link into Philip Moore

2) KEN - VISUAL ARTISTS END LINK - "The Eye has looked at some of the grandest of our art..." Cross Reference Box #9 tape #83 for more takes (several takes)

 

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1) Frank Norville and the Lucians (DAnce and Violin Group) performing several pieces

1st Dance - Figure Two of the Quadrille (pairs going around in a circle the girls form inner circle etc.)
2nd Dance - Pique Waltz (4 pairs in two lines)
3rd Dance - Malee (Square formation in pairs) (Music not good)

1st Song - Polka in "G"
2nd Song - A La Commette song called "Kazamalia"

All dances and songs with close ups etc.

 

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1) Shots of tourists wind surfing, boats on water, tourists on the beach, E.S. of beach of St. Lucian Hotel, tourists tanning, sleeping etc. - no sound

2) "The St. Lucian Hotel" sign at the front of the hotel

 

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1) Interview with Suzy Landau - Director General "Images Caraibes" - on Caribbean cinema (in french)

2) 2nd question

3) 3rd question

4) 4th question (risk of becoming banal - Television & Video)

5) 5th question (Principle people in Caribbean cinema)

6) Question: importance of Caribbean Cinema

 

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1) The Evolution of Zouk - Interview with Joby Bernabe - Actor/Storyteller about
- the rapport between oral tradition and popular singer (in french)

2) Interview in English with Winston Berkely - Artistic Director/Musicologist about
- what is Zouk
- how do you define Zouk / what are the ingredients
- what is a Zouk beat
- are there different types of Zouk and what are they
- the main performers and their styles
- Kassav & Malavoi
- sociological reasons for Zouk's popularity
is it mainly youth oriented
demonstrating different rhythms eg. Merry go Round music

 

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1) Interview with Winston Berkeley - Artistic Director/Musicologist continued in English about
- Merry-go-Round music and other different rhythms
- what about Brass instruments
- violins
- role of violins - Malavoi
- violins in St. Lucia
- Banjo - KALI
- Similarities with English-speaking Caribbean

2) Part 1 - Interview with Joby Bernabe - actor/storyteller about
- oral traditions
- call and response
(in french)

 

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1) Part 2 - Joby Bernabe - actor/storyteller interview continued
- he recites Aime Cesaire
- steelband at Grand Carbet - SERMAC
- close up shot of player
- flower arrangements

2) Part 1 - Malavoi in rehersal at Centre Dramatique Regional
- Keyboard
- Violins
- o/u Singer
- Violins pan to bass cello
- c/u violinist
- 7 c/u singer
- Violin
- Violinist singing
- c/u singer

 

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1) Part 2 - Malavoi in rehersal at Centre Dramatique Regional
- c/u cello
- drummer
- c/u keyboards - bands
- cello and sheet music
- drummer
- guitar
- guitarist
- violins
- c/u violinist
- drummer
- singer
- singer
- cello and violinist
- keyboards
- c/u keyboardist
- c/u bands
- c/u score sheet
- drummer
- drummer and guitarist
- female singers
- keyboard - Rock 'n Roll
- drummer
- female singers
- Rosine
- Ti-bwa
- Rosine
- Tony
- Tony and string section
- Rosine
- female singers
- Tony singing

 

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1) Choir performing - Folk Group at the Grand Carbet Theatre
- end of piece; applause
- 2nd song
- female soloist
- male singers
- m/cu female singers
- L.S. of choir/soloist/conductor
- pan from choir to audience; applause

2) Shots aroud Martinique
- Market scene: lady selling tangerines
- group od women selling yam
- women selling flowers
- walk through market
- woman selling spices
- c/us of spices
- c/u anthuriums; zoom out
- vegetable stand
- chickens
- Assurance Building; 2/out - market
- Photo studio - 4/out - market
- man witnessing on street
- Maison de Tourisme vert
- Street shots/Bus
- c/us wome in street
- hair products on display
- street scene
- Pharmacy
- grocery store (pan of sign)
- men in street
- aerial view of Fort de France (pan left to right)
- man playing with dog

 

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1) Hector Elisabeth - Sociologist. Interview about Aime Cesaire in French
- what has been Cesaire's most important contribution? (2 takes)
- what has been his contribution internationally? (2 takes)
- what is Cesaire's vision of Martinique
- read an excerpt from Cesaire
- how do you see the relationship between the political and the literary man

 

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1) Shots aroud MArtinique
- man and dog: zoom out aerial view Fort de France
- Town Hall
- Street scene - Traffic
- pan up from port
- Cathedral clock tower
- postcard with Town Hall and Cathedral
- Cathedral
- Hairdressing salon z/out
- Ave. Jean Jaurer - street scene
- Rue Enite Zola
- Barber
- Highway towards Lametin
- Marina
- sunset over Port
- yacht z/out - Postcard shot
- sky at sunset

2) Part 1 - Ken - ZOUK LINK IN A MUSIC SHOP - Disco DJO - "Many if the artists record on CD, that's high tech compact discs and their work..." several takes - Cross Feference Box #11 Tape #108
Number 3 - for more takes

 

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1) shots around Martinique
- Doorway of cathedral
- Cathedral tower
- Telephone booths
- little girl with mother
- Cathedral
- man with cigarette from cathedral across park
- Leaning tower of Cathedral
- Pan down - view from across park
- Hotel Le Palais Creole
- c/u sign
- vagrant on park bench
- Statue of Schoeldor and Palais de Justice
- c/u statue
- Butcher's shop on corner
- old lady
- car passing
- license plate of car z/out
- Traffic signs
- Une saison Blanche et Seche
- Cine Theatre
- "Indiana Jones"
- "Do the Right Thing"

2) Music group BWA KAN'NEL performing - Part 1
- c/u keyboardist
- c/u singer
- mc/u pan of musicians
- drummer
- c/u foot pedal
- c/u keyboard - Cross Ref Tape# 99 and Box 11 Tape #109 - for more performance footage including "Atte bo" folk song

 

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1) Music group Bwa Kan'nel performing - Part 2
- Drummer
- c/u guitarist
- guitarist
- c/u keyboards
- drummer
- guitar
- guitarist pan to other musicians
- c/u guitarist
- mixer
- keyboard
- drummer - z/out - 2 shots with keyboard
- drummer
- c/u drumer's hands
- 2 shot: drummer and keyboardist
- electric drums
- drummer singing
- c/u lead singer playing guitar
- low shot guitarist
- l/s group
- guitarist singing back up
- bass synthesizer
- drummer singing back up
2) Cross reference Box #11 Tape #109 for more performance footage including "Atte Bo" folk song

 

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208F

 

1) Kali musician and Ken talking about
- What kind of music he plays (sequence repeated a few times)
- What are the influences in his music
- (In French and English) - Why he plays reggae

2) Kali playus a little for Ken
- Ken asks - what type of music is Kali playing
- Same questions as #1 but different shot
(several takes)

3) Cut away shot s of Ken and Kali walking and talking (no sound)

4) Reverse shots of Ken asking Kali his questions, nodding etc

5) Kali and his band Racine performing / rehearsing - cut away shots, close ups, Kali singing etc.

 

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211F

 

1) Guy Louiset (Steelband Workshop Director) playing the steelband - explains how he got involved with playing the steelband in Martinique - IN FRENCH. Ken interviews IN ENGLISH (a few takes)
- who he plays the steelband with
- about teaching Martniquans the steelband
- how popular is the steelband in Martinique
- is there a special Martniqan music that you play on the pan - Guy plays the song/music
- he talks about knowing Boogsie Sharpe
- do Trinidadian bands come to Martinique to play

2) Close ups of hand with 2 pan sticks playing the pan, shot from angle of player

3) Close up of Ken listening to the pan being played

4) More shots of Guy playing the pan - close ups - different angles etc

5) KEN - PAN LINK to Guy Louiset - Pan in Martinique - "Laventille Trinidad....Steelband Trinidad....eh eh.....Fort de France, Martinique'

6) Long shot of Ken and Guy

7) Buy Louiset in the classroom with 2 steelband students. He explains what he wants them to start playing

8) Shots around the room - from behind the players, the music sheets, close ups on the pan etc.

Cross reference Box #11 Tape #103 for more footage in pan classroom


 

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210F

 

1) Interview with Marijose Ali - Singer IN FRENCH


About 10 minutes left at end of tape

 

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209F

 

1) Guy Louiset - Steelband workshop director - with steelband students in a classrooom session - Cross reference Box #10 tape #101 - continued from there

- shots of Guy, students, music sheets, black board with musical notes drawn etc.

2) KEN - FRENCH CARIBBEAN MUSIC LINK - "French Caribbean Music continues to evolve to grow, boldly incorporating the best of modern technology..."
(several takes) - colour not too good

3) Shots of cars driving down the road

 

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212F

 

1) Shot of a river flowing next to some sort of industrial looking place

2) Shots aroud Martinique - mainly of children, students, teenagers, young adults, traffic

3) Interview with Roger Toumson - Literary critic about Aime Cesaire (sound a bit low) - Part 1
- an appreciation of Aime Cesaire - his greatness as a poet, dramatist, politician etc. and the influence of CLR James on him
- His first book - "Negritude" - how it was described then, the different styles the book used
- Cesaire's use of language compared to Guillen's use of language

 

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213F

 

1) Part 2 - Roger Toumson - Litereary Critic interview about
- differences and similarities between the language of Cesaire and Guillen
- in what ways would you say that Cesaire is a Caribbean man
- about Cesaire having spoken against colonialisim and now being in charge of a colony
- why is it so important for persons from the non-French speaking caribbean to know about the work of Cesaire

2) Shots around Martinique - people walking about, buying things at the side of the street (no sound) etc.

3) KEN - FRENCH CARIBBEAN MUSIC LINK - He comes in singing "Atte bo" - French traditional folk song

 

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106

 

1) KEN - FRENCH CARIBBEAN MUSIC LINK - He comes in singing "Atte bo" - French traditional folk song then says "You see the french influences have been felt really strongly even down in the southern caribbean islands..."

2) Shots of people walking in the market

3) On the waterfront - boats coming in with their catch etc

4) KEN - FRENCH CARIBBEAN MUSIC LINK - "The Creole speaking islands of St. Lucia and Dominica were occupied by the French several times, in fact..."

5) KEN - FRENCH CARIBBEAN MUSIC LINK - In front of a group doing drama; "The musicians and singers are in a continuaous process of searching for their traditions and roots..."

6) Part 1 - Students at SERMAC Theatre Workshop - Boys drumming and girls dancing

7) Part 2 - SERMAC Theatre Workshop - Drama group singing and dancing to the drums with a boy doing a momologue

 

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214F

 

1) Part 3 - Drama Group singing, dancing and acting (students at SERMAC Theatre Workshop) - cu/es etc. to the drums (sound low)

2) Interview with Lucette salibur - SERMAC Theatre Workshop Director. Part 1 IN FRENCH

 

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215F

 

1) Interview with Lucette Salibur - SERMAC theatre Workshop Director Part 2 IN FRENCH

2) KEN FRENCH CARIBBEAN MUSIC LINK - Attendez la musique c'est Zouk... oh sorry, sorry, sorry, you hear that music, that is Zouk, which is just one of the types of music you hear..." (several takes) - he goes into a record shop

3) Part 2 KEN - FRENCH CARIBBEAN MUSIC LINK - inside a record shop - Disco DJO "Many of the artists record on CD, that is high tech Compact discs and their work gets promotion worldwide..."

Cross Reference Box #10 Tape #97 Number 2

 

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216F

 

1) Part 3 - the music group Bwa Kan'nel performing - cu/es/etc. of group, individual players etc. (bars in between)

Cross Reference Box #10 Tapes #98 & #99 for more performance footage

2) Interview with lead singer of Bwa Kan'nel group - Max Bellony - Bandleader IN FRENCH

3) Shots around Martinique - houses on hill, E.S. of Fort de France, bill boards, street names, houses etc.

 

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219F

 

1) Opening ceremony of Images Caraibes "The 2nd festival of Caribbean Film and Television" - Host speaking and Spanish and English translators translating after

2) Suzy Landau introducing someone

3) June Giovanni reading letter sent by Darcus Howe on C.L.R. James

4) Suzy Landau talking FRENCH and introducing Euzhan Palcy

5) Euzhan Palcy going up on stage, gets presented with a bouquet of flowers then says her speech IN FRENCH

6) After speech audience claps - Euzhan is presented with a plaque by Suzy Landau, then Suzy talks a bit more IN FRENCH

7) Dance number as part of opening ceremony

8) Shot off projection screen - C.L.R. James interview with French sub-titles (Terrible roll on the picture)

9) Shot off projection screen - Cuban film - an expensive breakfast? - picture O.K. - a little flicker

 

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218F

 

1) Part 1 - Interview with Euzhan Palcy - Screen writer/Director about
- how she defines herself in her field
- is there a Caribbean film or Caribbean esthetic
- what has to happen for there to be a Caribean cinema
- how did she do "La Rue Cases-Negres"
- about her experience getting money for the film
- how succesful was "La Rue Cases-Negres"
- what was the transition like - completing "La Rue Cases-Negres" and starting "A Dry White Season"
- what her goal is as a black film maker
how she was able to get backing for being a film - especially in the context of it being a film about South Africa
- what happened when MArlon Brando decided to do the film
- her being credited as joint scriptwriter of the story
- her feelings about her 2 films
- was she threatned when she was doing the film - having to walk with a bodyguard


 

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217F

 

1) Part 2 - Euzhan Palcy - Screen writer/Director. Interview continued from Tape #111 about
- what next - what she has planned for the future
- what she can do to contribute to the building of a Caribbean Film industry / the production of more Caribbean films
- her advice to young people interested in film
- about people's perception of her, her success, the film industry etc., the need for education
- what is her vision of Caribbean film for the future

2) Cut aways of Euzhan talking to people, giving autographs, being photographed, c/u on her face etc.

3) Georgia being interviewed for radio

4) More cutaways - Banyan people talking to Euzhan, Euzhan doing a radio interview etc.

5) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "You know, there is something different about Caribbena films, I mean the geographied, the histories..." (several takes) - Part 1. More takes on tape #113

 

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113

 

1) KEN CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - Part 2 (continued from Tape #112) "You know there is something different about Caribbean films, I mean the geographies, the histories..."

2) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "While film has immediate access to international markets, video with its very different formats..." - done with different shot - see #3

3) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "While film has immediate access to international markets..." (different shot to #2) several takes

 

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220F

 

1) TAPE CREASED - Scenes from Cocktail party after opening ceremony of film festival - Euzhan being interviewed in lobby area

2) Short interview IN SPANISH with Cuban about his significance of Caribbean film

3) Short interview IN FRENCH about Caribbean film with French Lady - Ana Maria Vega

4) Short interview "How would you define a Caribbean film ORI - Directed by Rachel Gerber, other ques.

5) "How does he feel being in Martinique at the festival"

6) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "All this hustle and bustle and cocktails are part of Images Caraibes, that is Caribbean Images, the 2nd Caribbean Film Festival held in Martinique...." (several takes)

7) Short interview with Michel Traore - Director - R.F.O. Martinique about
-How he would define Caribbean Film

8) Short interview with Norma Guevara - Cuban theatre Director about
- How would she define a Caribbean film
-Does a Caribbean film have to be made by Caribbean people
-How does it feel to be in Martinique at the festival

9) Short interview with Dermot Hussey - Jamaican Producer/Broadcaster/Journalist - film and T.V. about
- How he would define Caribbean film
- How does it feel to be in Martinique
(creases on tape)

10) Shoprt interview with Amon Saba Saakana - writer/videomaker Trinidad/U.K. (creases on tape) about
- how he would define Caribbean film
- does Caribbean film have to be made by Caribbean people
-how does it feel to be in Martinique for Images Caraibes

11) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "With videos, T.V.s and V.C.R.s now a common Caribbean facility and in most cases a captive country - wide audience ..." Part 1 - see tape #115

 

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115

 

1) Part 2 - see Tape #114 for more takes
KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "With videos, T.V.s and VCRs now a common Caribbean facility and in most cases..."

2) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "Cuba has the jump on us here ever since the production of its first full length feature film in 1913..."
(several takes)

3) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "While financial constraints have been a burden to consistent and high quality productions in the Caribbean the island of Tobago has been..." (several takes)

 

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221F

 

1) KEN - CARIBBEAN FILM LINK - "It is ironic and just a little sad that some of our best Caribbean filmmakers except perhaps for Cuba, now lie oustide of the Caribbean..."


About 10 minutes left on tape

 

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222F

 

1) Images Caraibes opening advertisement - shot off screen

2) Extracts from "ORI" - Brazilian film - shot off screen - not subtitled at begining

3) Extracts from Brazilian film "ORI" -subtitled at end

4) Extracts from "Obataleo" - Cuban film

 

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223F

 

1) Moving shot along the street through car window passing shops, roadside vendors, people walking etc

2) CBU - Debra Johnson links - disregard

3) Shot of Cine Theatre - E.S. and C.U.

4) Shots around Fort de France - people walking on the street, traffic, cinema billboards, Images Caraibes poster etc.

5) Shot of T.V. screen in viewing area then E.S. of people in the viewing areas looking at videoss etc. C.U. /E.S. etc. of area and faces

 

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224F

 

1) Extracts from Martiniquan film

2) Extracts from "A Dry White Season" - off projector screen - colour very good IN FRENCH

 

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225F

 

1) Presentation to Alan Beaton and speech by him with a translator

2) Extracts from "Black Joy" - the movie

3) Moving shots of the countryside, cane etc.

4) Euzhan Palcy and her father Mr. Palcy walking and talking IN FRENCH. 2 takes

5) Part 1 - Interview with Euzhan Palcy about - tape creased
- her childhood in Martinique
- what similarities does her childhood have with that of the little boy in her film "La Rue Cases-Negres"
- how did she become interested in making films
- filmmakers who influenced her and going to the cinema as a child

 

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226F

 

1) Part 2 - Interview with Euzhan Palcy about
- her schooling in Paris and her being the only black woman in her class
- her association with Francois Tufo
- what are some of the things she did before she directed "La Rue Cases-Negres"
- what advice would she give to young aspiring filmmakers
- what role can the Image Caraibe Festival play in the development of CAribbean Film (VERY GOOD COMMENT)

2) Shot of Gros-Morne sign - home town of Euzhan Palcy

3) Shot of countryside, pan to Gros-Morne sign

4) Driving shot into Gros-Morne

5) Euzhan, June, Mrs. Palcy etc. walking into building where reception was to take place

6) Shots of people walking in

7) Euzhan, Mrs. Palcy, June etc walking in, meeting people, people milling about.

 

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227F

 

1) Euzhan Palcy at reception in Gros-Morne - people milling around

2) Poster so "La Rue Cases-Negres", people milling around

3) Shots of art

4) Euzhan being shown some artwork

5) Painting of a canefield/plantation

6) Stuff on a noticeboard

7) Paintings

8) Euzhan explains the reason for the reception at Gros-Morne

9) Shot of books, leaflets, record jackets etc.

10) Overhead shot of reception area with people seated at tables

11) Shot of M.C. talking and introducing Euzhan

12) Shot of piece of sculpture

13) C.U. flowers - hibiscus

14) Little children playing

15) Shots of the countryside

16) Moving shots of the countryside - from a car

17) Shot of a cemetery - approaching by car slowly

18) Shots of the countryside from the car - the road to Gros Morne and the roads in Gros-Morne

 

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232F

 

1) Picnic table - people attending the festival spend the day at Cap Macre beach - scenes of
- people eating
- Suzy talking to Euzhan
- Drummer and percussionist on the beach
- People liming, hanging around, chatting etc.

2) Interview with Marie Jo Descas - Actress - IN FRENCH

3) Interview with Suzy Landau in FRENCH about
- what does this festival mean to the people of the Caribbean

4) People cutting cake and other scenes

 

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233F

 

1) Shots around Fort de France - traffic, road, people, street scenes etc.

2) Performance at the Images Caraibes Festival - Alan Beaton and a group of musicians doing the song he wrote about Martinique and the Festival

3) Round table session a Images Caraibes on co-productions, financing, cinema productions etc. Part 1

 

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234F

 

1) Part 2 - Round table session at Images Caraibes on co-productions, financing, cinema productions etc - Film people

2) Shot of dog

3) Shot of sunset - sun going down behind a cloud at the horizon - entire movement

4) Scenes of people on a pier at sunset

5) C.U. plants at sunset with sky in background

6) Pirogue at sea

7) C.U. Hibiscus flower

8) Extracts from the Cuban film "The Gods' Messengers" - "Menajero de los Dioses"

9) Shot of full moon, tilt to cine theatre sign, vloud passes over moon etc.

 

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235F

 

1) Extracts from a flim

2) Audience looking at projector screen in open air type ampitheatre - looking at music videos

3) Shots of pictures of Euzhan Palcy

4) Closing ceremony scenes, various speeches and presentations

 

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236F

 

1) Scenes of people leaving the beach after the day at Cap Macre

2) Suzy Landau and Cuban lady introducing the evening's proceedings

3) Robert Liensol gives a short speech

4) The Images Caraibes video opening ad

5) Extracts from the Robert Liensol film "Amok"

6) Shot of Marina at Fort de France

7) Late evening shot of hill overlooking Fort de France

8) Shots around the Fort de France waterfront - boats, cruise ship, hills of fort de France, people boarding the ferry

9) Disregard end of tape - CBU links

 

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228F

 

1) Part 1 - Scenes from Closing Ceremony of Images Caraibes festival - presentation of prizes for various categories, judges talking about how the winners were chosen, cut aways of audience, introducing the judges etc.

 

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229F

 

1) Part 2 - Scenes from Closing Ceremony - more presentations, award winners line up, shots of audience from on stage, Suzy Landeau talking

2) Debra Johnson does 2 interviews - with African filmmaker and American judge at the festival - one in French one in English.
* Interview with American is good but Debraa is in most of it

 

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230F

 

1) Scenes around Images caraibes headquarters - organizers and helpers, participants, secretariat general shots

2) Scenes from Opening ceremony:
- audience shots, shots of inside of theatre, Suzy Landau giving opening comments, interpreters, C.U. of Euzhan in the audience etc.

Cross reference Box #12 - Betacam Tape #110 for more opening ceremony footage

 

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231F

 

-- Video Round table discussion session - presentations by Michael Abend, Bruce Paddington, R.F.O. Martinique and cut aways of participants and lookers on

 

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237F

 

1) Interview with Raf Robertson - Musician / Composer ? about (sound low)
- his use of the pan in his music
- need for music to be written for the pan
- about his own record and attempts to get a distributor
- if there is such a thing as Caribbean jazz
- pan as a percusive instrument and how it is viewed by international musicians
- importance about educating people about the pan as an instrument. The music industry as it relates to calypso/soca (fall out and creases on tape)

2) Interview with Anise Hadeed - Steeldrum musician about
- people's acceptance/reactions to pan as an instrument on the international scene
- people he has played and/or recorded with
- the fact that he pan instrument is stll developing and improving
- whether he composes for pan specifically

 

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238F

 

1) Part 2 - Interview with Anise Hadeed - Steeldrum musician about
- what are his future plans
- how he got involved with playing the pan - his early involvement, how/why he decided to try to earn a living playing the pan

2) Interview with Rudy Smith - Steelband Musician about
- how he went to Europe
- what is the reaction to pan in Scandinavia
- whether the pan is underdeveloped
- what is his style of playing
- what he would like to see happen with pan musicians
- what is next for him

Disregard footage at end of tape

 

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239F

 

1) Interview with Alain Jean Marie - JAzz musician about
- the kind of music he plays
- whether there is such a thing as Caribbean jazz
- what is Zouk
- has he encountered the pan as an instrument before
- why did he move from playing traditional French Caribbean music - Begeen to jazz


2) Intrview with member of Alain Jean Marie Group. Double bass player - Jean Barbee about
- how he encountered the pan
- whether he wouild like to learn to play the instrument

3) Interview with Sangoma Everett - Percussionist with A.J.M. Group about
- when/how he experienced the pan first
- what were his first rections to the instrument
- what he thinks about the debate about whether the pan is a young instrument and what this means
- the rural instrument vs the urban instrument

Disregard footage at end of tape

 

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240F

 

1) Footage from Carnival in Martinique
- old mas type stuff
- people painting a car to be used as part of the carnival parade
- old mas type stuff
- ladies in traditional folk dress
- old man playing a banjo
- child dressed as a clown/devil
- old lady putting on traditional dress in stages showing how head-tie is tied etc.
- black and white mas
- tamboo bamboo-type bands with drums as well - colourful outfits on the road in the day then shots in the night

2) Plastic System band. Music group with colourful traditional American costumes

3) People jumping up in the streets - costumed bands

4) Devil mas

5) Moko jumbie group

6) Scenes from Carnival

7) Aerial shots of Fort de France with fires burning effigy etc. as part of celebrations

8) Plastic System band - music video

 

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241F

 

1) Interview with Rhoda Reddock (Women in Caribbean Agriculture)
Questions:
- Tell us a little about the CAFRA initiated project - "Women in Caribbean Agriculture"
- What is the significance of Drama in popular Education

 

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242F

 

1) Interview with Ricardo Hernandez-Bharath - President of Santa Rosa Carib Community

Questions:
- could you tell me when the Carib Community of arima was formalised and why
- how do you go about preserving the culture
- do you feel that there is a lot of interest among the young people about preserving the culture
- why do you think it is important to preserve the Carib heritage
- what do you see as the future of this community? what do you hope to achieve
- has your community had any contact with other Amerindian communities
- all that hammering and nailing outside. what is going on?
- what is behind the Santa Rosa festival? why is it important to the Carib community
- could you explain how the community is structured
- what is the relationship between the present community and that (former) line of chiefs
- no distinct Amerindian community - could you distinguish Amerindian problems

2) Cut away shots taken of pictures of past Carib Queens
- first black and white shot - Maria Wergis
- 2 pictures - 1 sitting in front of coconut branch and second black and white silhouette type shot - Edith Martinez
- fat lady sitting in pink coloured dress - PRESENT CARIB QUEEN - JUSTA WERGIS

 

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243F

 

ARIMA CARIB COMMUNITY Cont`d
1) Cutaways of Carib Craft - basket work and pottery

2) Cutaways of thatched houses under construction
Cassava bread being prepared

 

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244F

 

LINKS - ORAL TRADITION - Woodford Square
1) Shot of Trinity Cathedral
2) Shot of Old Fire Station
3) Shot of Red House
4) Shot of Hall of Justice
5) Shot of Public Library
6) Shot of City Hall
7) Shot of Frederick Street

ORAL TRADITION LINKS
1) "This traditional form of speechyfying ... speech bands of Tobago ideal ..." - check end of tape #142 for more takes of this link


2) "Many a politician over there has honed his debating skills over here in Woodford Square..." (check end ot tape #142 for another take

3) "And those words could definetely hurt like this pouis of the stick-fighter...."

 

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141

 

ORAL TRADITION LINKS
1) Shot of a fountain then a zoom out

2) In bandstand - Link - "The writings and performances of some outstanding storytellers best express the power of speechyfication... Mother of dialect performers....Miss Lou"

3) "Guyanese Mark Matthews is one of the best..."

4) "and then there is the most popular of modern storytellers - Paul Keens-Douglas"

5) Shots of people walking through the rain

6) Voice Over - "The Bajans have used their language and culture to develop....."

7) "Bruce St. John and Ed Kaman Braithwaite, both university lecturers are fine examples..."

 

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142

 

ORAL TRADITION LINKS
1) "Language music forms a rhythm of its own"

2) "You see there`s no way Jamaicans could have created calypso"

3) "Finally (for this programme) there`s Mike Smith of Jamaica and Abdul Malik of Granada and Trinidad"

4) "And then there`s Abdul Malik"

5) "Let me leave the last and most emphatic word with Mutabaruka..."

6) "One of the things we do very well is to talk and that talk has produced some outstanding talk artists...'

7) "Many a politician over there has honed his debating skills..."

8) Zoom in to fountain and zoom out

 

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Carifesta

1

July 19, 1981

Random Shots
Entrance Police Band / Request
Entrance How J. Tull - Ministry of Culture
Entrance Ms. Adams (Jamaican) Beryl Mc Bernie (Trinidad)
Entrance Sparrow
Entrance Prime Minister and Mrs. Adams
Entrance Govenor General & Lady Ward
Crowd Shots - Stand
Entrance Barbados Children's Choir
Crowd Shots

 

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2

July 19, 1981

March Past Continued - Royal Bahamas Police Band
Anguilla
Antigua
Bahamas
Belize
Bermuda
British Virgin Islands

Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Equador
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Guyana

Haiti
Honduras
Jamaica
Guadeloupe
Martinique
Netherland Antilles

Nevis
St. Kitts
St. Lucia
Surinam
St. Vincent
Trinidad &Tobago
U.S. Virgin Islands

 

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Carifesta

3

 

March Past Continued - Barbados
Shouter Baptist Entrance & Singing
Address of Hon. Louis Tuell (Ministry of Culture)

 

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4

July 19, 1981

Address of Mr Tom Adams (Prime Minister)
Launching of baloons (N.G.)
Crowd (Low light)
Entrance of children in costume
Address of George Lamming

 

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5

July 19, 1981

Continued Address - George Lamming

 

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6

July 19, 1981

Award Presentations
Children jump up in costumes
Children's combined choir
Carifesta Song

Tribute to sparrow:
Metrication
Education
Dan is the Man
Mr. Walker

Children`s dance
Barbados 'Man Ship'

 

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7

July 19, 1981

Children`s choir:
Guantamera
Longtime Gal
Bamboo Fire
Mangoes

 

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Carifesta

15

July 20, 1981

Martinique Folk Choir:
Folk Tune - Begin
Folk Tune
Musicians paw - Folk Tune
Folk Song
Guadeloupe

 

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Carifesta

16

July 20, 1981

Guadeloupe - Dance Con`t

Guadeloupe - Musicians and Dance

 

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17

July 20, 1981

Guadeloupe - Solo Male Dancer

Varied shots - Camera on the move

Guadeloupe finis

Belize - Boom `n Chime - on 1st tripod

Rovung Camera - C.Up`s

3rd song - Runesmue`s Birthday

 

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18

July 21, 1981

Mural being painted
Amoco practising
(T & T onlookers)

Dave Rehersal (Guyana?)

Murals being painted

Dance Rehersal
Pan outside (cu T & T jersey)

Murals

Moko jumbie practising
ashing out to dry

Bedroom Scene (pan)
2 pans on beds
man ironing
women stitching
Daisy Voisin
combing hair (fat chic)
setting by bed posts

 

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19

July 21, 1981

Tanks for de music
Indian rehersals with Tanker
Mural being painted
Tanker and Indian music
Indian dances tying on
Dance rehersals at 3/4 cu T & T jersey
Card playing
Line up for food

 

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July 21, 1981

Nevis group Moko Jumbie
Indian dances

 

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July 21, 1981

Venezuelan:
Cuatro duet (father & son)
Meringue solo
Song typical of Maracaibo (duet)

Belize: Garafuna (Carib & African)
(masked) Juanaiaqua or Joncaeui
Beunjai
Chumba
Combinations
peices of 2 dances (same costumes)

Cuts of musicians, pan on singers
Cut C.U. singer / drums
Crowd applause

Scarborough Junior Secondary Folk Choir
Started 1977
Folk song competition 1978 - won best folk choir for students under 15
Music festival 1980 - as above cup for best Jr. Folk song choir
Part 1: Margie Middee
Maw Piaba - (bush medicine)
Mindee un the market

Susan Peterson - Wailes of a choir group
No body knows the trouble I`ve seen

Pierre - Disadvantage
Carmaine Moraldo - African Folk song

Part 2 - T & T Amoco Renegades Steel Orchestra, Capt. M. Cox

 

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July 22, 1981

 

 

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24

July 22, 1981

Barbados Community College - Collage of exterior shots - Murals etc.

Interview with Ian Walcott - Barbados Mural Artist

Interview with Denese Maynard-Gredidge - Co-ordinator mural artist

Children's Art

 

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25

July 22, 1981

1 Children's Art Display - Jamaica Art
3 Children's Art Display - masks
2 Artists setting up to do mural

Fine craft exhibition
Ext. Shot mural
Same mural as shot 2 - in progress
Ext. Shot Fine Art Exhibition
Ext. Shot Trinidad & Tobago
St. Lucia Both - Sculpture (Rain)
C.U. on pieces
Collective Artists & Modern Painters

 

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26

July 22, 1981

Interview simon Biscette - St. Lucia of THE CAMP (Collective Artists & Modern Painters)
Dominician piece
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
Suriname - 4 pieces
Puerto Rico - 2 pieces
Guyana - 2 pieces

 

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27

July 22, 1981

Cuba Performance:
Cuban SARABANDA 16th century
2nd dance CONTRASTOS
4th dance
DANZA NATIONALE DE CUBA

 

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28

 

Cuba Con`t
Cuban Folk Musuc

 

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29

July 22, 1981

Cuba - Folk Continued
(23/07/81 Harrison) CHICO JEHELMAN - pianist
2nd selection - of a rhythm of Martinique

 

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30

July 22, 1981

 

 

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31

July 22, 1981

Jamaican Folk Singers:
Preparation
Tuning Up
C.U. of singers face not singing
Come Mek Me Hold Your Hand
C.U. of 2 singers
pan of singers (C.U.)
Rocky Road
incomplete 3rd song

 

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33

July 23, 1981

NICARAGUA - Folk (East Coast)
Rama Indian - song and dance
Muisic (old man)
Song and dance

Interview with Carlos Rigby - formed part of symposium
Literary symposium (Dover Centre)
Paper by Emilio Jorge Rodriguez - CUBA

(continue to tape #34)

 

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34

July 23, 1981

Literary arts Symposium - A.J. Seymore (Guyana)_
Guyana Dance Co. (Rehersal) POV shot
2nd angle from stage
Interview with Robert Narain - Laise person & coreographer
Interview with Garnett Joseph - Dominica
Carifuna Cultural Group - Dancer/Singer
Guyana Dance Company
(National)
Excerpts 2 Dances

 

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35

July 24, 1981

Guyana - "The Golden Comb"
(Legendary dance of the fairmaid or mermaid)
- "I Dancer"
- "Yoruba" (solo and group)
Katak Dance to Lord Krishna (solo)
Holi - dance of Phagwai
(Holika)

 

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36

July 24, 1981

Haiti - Dance of 'Dahome'
music
Dance - on Rural Market
Dance - 'Dambala' offering to the God
C.U. on musicians
Dance - Congo - 'Dance of Love'
Drumming
Dance - 'Haiti among the Caribbean & Americas'
Dominica - CARIFUNA
Drummers

 

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July 24, 1981

Dominica - CARIFUNA cont'd
several shots of Antigua - A festive dance
Ribbon and Scarves
Rhythm and Roots (Dance)
antigua - Harmonites International Steel Orchestra - Bach

20 mins

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38

July 25, 1981

Highlights - Carifesta MArket
Moko Jumbie - St. Kitts
Interviews with Boscoe Holder
Man on the street

20 mins

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39

July 25, 1981

Carifesta Market
Interviews continued
Excerpts 'Q.P.H.' Sistren
Argument about theatre
Steelband

20 mins

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Carifesta

40

 

wwwww

20 mins

U-Matic

Carifesta

42

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

43

February 27, 1981

Cont`d Black Rock - 'Dragon Can`t Dance' Rehersal
Dance - Morne Diable - Rehersal

20 mins

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Carifesta

44

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

45

July 27, 1981

BDT:
Combermere - Barbados Dance Theatre
Barbados 'Triple echo'
'King Ja Ja in Barbados'

Folk Dance - 'Fish village' 4 pieces
(final sequence matches Bim Magazine and Mural)
Drummers of same sequence

Trinidad and Tobago
Prologue
Bele (Congo)

20 mins

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Carifesta

46

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

47

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

48

July 27, 1981

Drumology (Morne Diable)
'African Senario' Dance
Audience
Exit
WestTerrace
Amoco Renegades - Concert

20 mins

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Carifesta

49

July 27, 1981

WestTerrace - Interviews
The Tent Cuba - Pello El Afrokan (selections)
Children participating

20 mins

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Carifesta

50

July 29, 1981

The Tent - Cont`d - Cuba
Community College - Murals
Interview Philip Moore - Guyana & work
Canvas prior to interviews is "Shame, Shame Hurricane"
Dance Connection Center - Music Symposium

20 mins

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51

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

52

July 30, 1981

Morne Diable - Choir - Introductions
"Pot to the Fire"
Dance - "Gone to Glory"
Song - "Edward O"
Indian dance - Khatak
Song - "Sancho"
"Beautiful Island"
Dance - "Pique"

20 mins

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Carifesta

53

July 30, 1981

Morne Diable - "Pique" cont`d
Indian Dance: Scarf
Song Medley - Folk
- Calypso (Sparrow)
Drumology

20 mins

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Carifesta

54

July 30, 1981

Interview - Mervyn Alleyne - Director: Morne Diable
Interview - Beryl Mc Bernie

20 mins

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Carifesta

55

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

56

 

 

20 mins

U-Matic

Carifesta

57

 

 

20 mins

U-Matic

Carifesta

58

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

59

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

60

July 31, 1981

Final Dragon Can`t Dance
Interview - George Lamming
- Andre Tanker
- Earl Lovelace

20 mins

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Carifesta

61

 

Interview Earl Lovelace
Pleasure boats
Interview Beryl Mc

20 mins

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Carifesta

62

 

Interview with George Lamming
Shots of Bridgetown

20 mins

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Carifesta

63

August 1, 1981

Market
Interview Miramae

20 mins

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Carifesta

64

August 1, 1981

Interview Miramae
Establishing shots

20 mins

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Carifesta

65

August 2, 1981

Wind surfing - St. James Coast
St. James Sec. - Murals
Various shots
Inteview - Tobago Jr. Choir

20 mins

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Carifesta

66

August 2, 1991

Pick-o-de-crop
Crowd (may be dark)
Barbados Steel Orchestra (2 pieces)
Bahamas Dance Co. backed by Soul Grooves
Calypso - SURVIVER - Grenada
The Professor - St. Vincent

20 mins

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Carifesta

69

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

70

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

71

 

 

20 mins

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Carifesta

72

 

Dream On Monkey Mountain
Parts 1,2 & 3

60 mins

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Carifesta

73

 

Dream On Monkey Mountain
Parts 4, 5 & piece of 6

60 mins

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Carifesta

74

 

Dream On Monkey Mountain
Parts 6 (remainder), 7 & 8

60 mins

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Carifesta

75

July 19, 1981

Carifesta Opening Ceremony

60 mins

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1) Paul at fort (piece from 10 min spot - "And is ah true thing... we days dark) (4 takes)

2) General shot of Grenada from fort (harbour, buildings around harbour, houses flag)

3) Paul at back steps of old house - "Is Nanci story time...what eh meet yuh eh pass yuh" (8 takes - the 1st, 3rd and 5th incomplete)

4) Paul at back steps of house doing end of first 10 min feature "Ask anybody with sense...it's about your future"

5) 1 min ad - Grenada You know West Indians love a good story

(check tape 2 for more takes of ad)

 

 

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1) 1 min ad (con`t)

2) Cutaways of children on steps listening to Paul

3) Interview with Mr. Jude Bernard - Director of Tourisim, Grenada
As director of Tourisim what do you see as the advantage of the UECS?
He talks about the inter island travel... Region can be promoted as one rationalisation of policy of regional airline.

As director of Tourisim in Grenada would you not be tempted to just promote Grenada?

In one sentence - What is main advantage of a physical union?

4) Interview with Wilford Redhead
This talk of union, is it a new concept?
He talks about efforts of Maryshaw etc.

32 years later the Windwards are trying to unify, what do you think of this?
His answer includes a good comment about everybody wanting to be P.M. which he suggests is one of the reasons why Federation failed

 

 

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1) Interview with Wilford Redhead (cont'd)
Why do you think this union will succeed?

Is there a problem that each island wants to keep its own identity?

Are there common ties between the islands?

In your opinion what would be the main advantage of the UECS?
He talks about the economic advanatages, also we would be able to attract the services of experts.

Who should make the final decision? How should they go about it?

2) Cutaways of beach (boat coming into shore, shot looking out to sea)

3) Cutaways of street

4) Interview with Richard Simon - Journalist
On the whole he feels that people should be made more aware of the proposed union. He feels it has not yet reached the level of the man in the street.

What do you think of the proposed UECS?

Are they going about the participation process the right way?

What should be done?

What are the main fears?

What do you think are the main advantages?

 

 

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1) Extempo with Rawle Titus (some drop out on tape)

2) Interview with Alban Ferguson - President National Youth Council
What would be the impact of the UECS on the youth?
Are they young people nationalistic or more towards integration?

3) Interview with Cosmos Wiliams - President Taxi Drivers Association
How does the average person in Grenada feel towards his brother in St. Vincent etc?
What about jealousy?
Main advantages?

4) Cutaways of harbour (shot from on harbour)

 

 

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1) Interview with Clifton Noel - secretary Grenada Farmers Association
What are the advantages of the UECS to the farmer...
The impact of 1992 to farmers
Are there any existing trading links among the islands

2) Shot of traffic policeman

3) Shots of pedestrians and general activity

4) Paul in concert

 

 

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1) Paul in concert

2) Cutaways of Paul

3) Cutraways of audience

4) Men pulling seine

5) Men in boat at sea

6) Shot of school and schoolchildren

 

 

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1) shots of children leaving school

2) Shots of class in progress

3) Interview with Margaret James (Teacher). Her husband is Vincentian
What are your views of the proposed UECS
What can be done to prepare the people for unity
On the personal level what can you do
What are the advantages of the union
How would you get rid of peoples doubts about union

4) Interview with Nadia Benjamin (Businesswoman)
Your views about the UECS (she speaks about Europe 1992...)
Main advantages
Do the islands already have things in common (she talks about the historical background, one people, one destiny)

5) Paul at airport..."It have more West Indians living abroad than in the West Indies..." 5 takes

6) Shot of LIAT plane arriving and people disembarking

7) Shots of onlookers

8) Shot of moon

 

 

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1) Paul with road gang... "Wuk poem" 5 takes

2) Cutaways of workers

3) short interviews with workers about how they feel about unity

 

 

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142i

 

1) Brief man in the street interviews about unity

2) Cutaways of jetty

3) Paul at Jetty (standing) 1min ad... "Ask anybody with common sense..."

4) Paul at Jetty... (poem) "Put box on boat... 3 takes

5) Paul at Jetty (seated) same 1 min ad "Ask anybody..."

6) shots of flags (limp no wind)

7) Shot of park

8) Shot of flags flying

9) Interview with Mrs Bacchus-Gil
What is the political process of unifying the islands
What is tne next step after the advisory committees are set up

(Interview continued on tape 10)

 

 

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1) Interview with Mrs Bacchus-Gill (cont`d)
What is the function of the Constituent Assemblies
OECS unity what do you mean by that
How will it start
Why the Windward Islands first
Leaders have agreed about unity, what about the people in each island
Most important reason for this unity (she talks about survival)
Why survive, can`t we survive independently

2) St. Vincent airport... shot of plane landing and taxiing on runway

3) Shot of the 4 flags individually

4) Pan of flags

5) Wide shot of flags

6) Paul at airport doing 1 min ad..."Ask anybody..." (about 8 takes)
(Paul frowns all the time, lacks real feeling)

 

 

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138i

 

1) Paul at Jetty doing same 1 min ad 3 takes

2) Paul doing hucksters poem (boat from Bequia coming in) 5 takes

3) Shot of a huckster type boat docking and unloading

4) Paul doing huckster poem with huckster boat in background 6 takes

5) shot of activity on dock

6) Interview with Rev. Primus
Does he think unity will work and why
What about quarelling among politicians
Any cultural, historical, or human reasons why the Windwards should be together (he laks about the fact that during slavery Windwards had one governor)
Reasons why we should get together right now (mentions International development)

(Interview continued on tape 12)

 

 

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1) Interview with Rev. Primus (cont`d)
As the President of the St. Vincent council of Christian Churches, what is the role of the church in the unity process
(he thinks that it is God`s will that unity should occur, church committed to unity)

2) shots of people in street

3) Interview with Mrs. Peacocke - newspaper editor
is this unity going to work (she feels that it has to work otherwise we will not be truly independent)
What do you mean that by coming together we will be independent
so many failures in the past why should it succeed this time
Are there ties existing already (she talks about her family)
How would you convince a non-believer about this unity
Is there enough people involvement (she thinks not)
What do you know about the Constituent Assembly

4) Shot of a man planting the land

5) Shot of town from hilltop

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

153i

 

1) Vibrating Scakes - Vincentian calypsonian - Independence Calypso Monarch 1990 "Togetherness"

2) Interviews with school children (good comments from boy and second girl)

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

130i

 

1) Paul at market (from first 10 min feature) "But you know it shouldn`t be any problem these islands getting together...island..."

2) Market shots

3) Paul doing "Hucksters" poem at market

4)More market shots
.
5) Vox pop in market (first woman feels that unity will happen because it is God's will)

 

 

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136i

 

1) Vox pop in market (many in patois)

2) Interview with David Vitalis
He speaks about - the stages of the unification process
How the Constituent Assembly is going to work
The relationship between the Government and the Opposition
He mentions the three basic themes of the assemblies (i.e. Do we really need a union, form of union and the structure of Government within the union)
the difference between a Unitary and a federal state

Interview continues of tape 16

 

 

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145i

 

1) Interview with David Vitalis (cont'd)
He discusses how to address the fears of the people (re: choice of a capital, quarelling among politicians)
The importance of the Referendum
does he think people will be conservative when actually voting
Why is this union starting with only the Windwards

2) Interview with Earl Huntley
He discusses whether the message is reaching the people
What should be done to get the people involved
Views on the Constituent Assembly
Main fears of the people and how you would answer those fears

3) Set up discussion between David and Earl

4) Cutaways of David and Earl

 

 

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144i

 

1) Shot of beach

2) Paul doing 1 min ad "Since I small so..." 4 takes

3) Paul at beach "People always want to leave the Caribbean, But where yuh going...don't go away atay here"

4) In studio with Boo Hinkson

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

143i

 

1) Patois dub (done by "Super Sexy")

2) Boo walking in street

3) Boo at beach doing his Unity song

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

148i

 

1) Vox pop at school

2) Interviews with francis Tobias - photographer
Is there a feeling of unity among Caribbean people especially those in the Windwards
Will there be problems with jobs

3) Interview with Mario Michel - lawyer
His views on unity

4) Interview with George Theopholus - Managing Director - St. Lucia Development Bank
where are we right now with respect to unity
Why are people saying that there was not enough debate
Give some hard facts about why the windwards should join together

(Interview continues on tape 20)

 

 

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147i

 

1) Interview with George Theopholus (con`t)
Give some hard economic facts for the Windwards joining together
Do you think that starting with just four islands is a mistake
Main reason for unity

2) shot of LIAT plane taking off

3) Shot of LIAT plane landing, people disembarking

4) Paul at airport - "And talking about travelling between the islands..."

5) General shots in customs area

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

146i

 

1) Paul at customs doing 1 min ad ("Since I small so...")

2) Interview with Ingrid Skerette - Business Executive
Her views on Winwards unity (she is worried about the power of a stronger gov`t, more involvement by women needed)
Advantages of the UECS

3) Interview with adrian Augier - Executive Director - St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce
He speaks about the Chamber`s views of the unification process
His personal view
Implications for employment

4) Interview with Earl Bousquet - Jounalist
What he thinks is the view of the man in the street
what should be done to bring the talks to the grassroot level
The main fears at present

(Interview continues of tape 22)

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

140i

 

1) Interview with Earl Bousquet (con`t)
The importance of the year 2000 to the UECS
Is the unity of the Windwards a good first stage
Views of the Constituent Asssembly
Advantages of union

2) Shots of buildings

3) paul doing poem in school courtyard ("My daddy is the best daddy")

4) Children in class discussing Unity with teacher

5) Interview with kids in class

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

139i

 

1) Interview with children in classroom

2) Paul in classroom doing daddy poem

3) Cutaways of kids in schoolyard

4) Interview with teacher
Views on unity

5) Interview with female teacher (a St. Lucian married to a Dominican)
Talks about the advantages of Freedom of movement

6) Interview with male teacher
He gives his views on unity and discusses whether people know enough about this unity movement in Dominica

7) Interview with charles Pierre - Agriculturist
Views on unity
Is there anything special about the Winwards that they are the ones uniting
How would you deal with island jealousy
In the area of agriculture would unity be an advantage

8) Interview with Dianne Francis - economist (she studied in Trinidad)
Is there real togetherness among the islands
What did you have in common with the other Windward Island students when you were on campus in Trinidad

(Interview continues on tape 24)

 

 

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1) Interview with Dianne Francis (cont`d)
The term "small islander" is this only negative or can it have some advantages
What about island jealousy
How would you explain to someone the advantages of working in another island

Main advantages

2) Cutaways of waterfalls

3) Paul doing 1 min ad by waterfall ("You see this thing called Caribbean unity...")

4) Interview with Felix Henderson - Radio announcer
What is the situation with creole and patois in Dominica and the Windwards
Is creole being used in commercials and public service announcements

(Interview continues on tape 25)

 

 

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1) Interview with Felix Henderson (con`t)
How is creole being used in commercials
He gives examples of patois announcements
Views on unification process
What would you say to convince someone about unity in patois
He speaks about the UECS in terms of a marriage (done in patois)

2) Cutaways of building on Old Street

3) Street Shots

4) Short interview with woman in street

5) Interview with Kelly Williams - General Manager - Leather Goods Manufacturing Co-op
Advantages of unity re: manufacturing

(Interview continues on tape 26)

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

155i

 

1) Interview with Kelly Williams (cont`d)
If the islands come together, would it help in marketing
As a calypsonian how do you feel about unity
Plays a bit of an audio cassette of a unity song that he recorded

2) Paul in Concert

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

150i

 

1) Paul in Concert

 

 

Union of Eastern Caribbean States

131i

 

1) Ophelia Marie - Marche con Antillais

 

 

Caribbean Stills

1

November 24, 1994

00:00:30:29 Old training bridge in Monsterrat
00:00:40:20 Art of old world scenes of Antigua and Barbuda: Making liquor in a factory
00:00:50:16 "Old World" Art: Market day [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:01:02:29 Take two of same shot
00:01:10:11 "Old World" Art: Shipping rum off shore [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:01:20:13 "Old World" Art: Walk through countryside [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:01:30:09 "Old World" Art: Carting liquor from factory [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:01:40:10 "Old World" Art: loading liquor into barrels [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:01:51:27 "Old World" Art: Sitting beneath a tree enjoying the day [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:02:00:10 "Old World" Art: Carting hay at night [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:02:10:12 Tourist at play: Limboing on beach [Antigua]
00:02:20:12 Same shot [closer]
00:02:30:21 Same shot [closer still]
00:02:40:14 Beached perogues under evening sky
00:02:50:13 Sleeping sailing boats at dusk
00:03:00:17 Long-shot of bay and boats bathed by sunset light
00:03:10:14 Palm tree silhouetted against night sky
00:03:20:11 Rastaman swinging locks in water
00:03:40:17 Boy on ledge against wide sea background
00:03:50:12 Same shot [closer]
00:04:00:13 Same shot [closer still]
00:04:10:20 Two bright faced school-girls [Antigua]
00:04:20:17 Same shot [CU on girl # 1]
00:04:30:16 Calypsonian [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:04:40:16 Carnival woman [CU]
00:04:50:17 Same shot [closer]
00:05:00:16 "Walking The Greasy Pole": Man striving to catch flag [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:05:10:21 Same shot [closer]
00:05:20:25 3 goats make a meal of green coconut shell discarded by vendors
00:05:30:14 Same shot [CU of goat]
00:05:40:15 Interior of church [Antigua]
00:06:00:19 Same shot [closer]
00:06:10:17 Same shot [closer still]
00:06:24:01 Same shot [moving right back to LS, then back again to MCU]
00:06:40:11 Underneath angled shot of Gothic church's exterior [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:06:50:25 MCU of Viv Richards relaxing outside his front door
00:07:00:17 Same shot [CU]
00:07:10:24 MCU of bowler in action [Dujon possibly]
00:07:20:17 Horses racing around bend on tracks
00:07:30:15 Same shot [MCU of rider # 1]
00:07:40:19 Cheerful school cutie [CU]
00:07:50:13 Two tiny-tot beauties [MCU]
00:08:00:15 Proud looking "Granny"; vendor beyond her stall heaped with luscious fruits & vegies
00:08:10:23 "Gramps" on donkey back with cut grass
00:08:21:04 Etching of old style ship at sea [CU]
00:08:30:18 Same shot [MCU]
00:08:41:22 "Old World" Art: Harvesting, croppers, windmill and mountain background [A & B]
00:08:50:14 "Old World" Art: Cutting cane [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:09:00:16 "Old World" Art: Working around the windmill [Antigua & Barbuda]
00:09:10:15 MCU, Black & White shot of woman with washing outside shack [Antigua]
00:09:20:20 Black & White shot of two "poor" children seated on an old crate
00:09:30:15 Same shot [CU]
00:09:40:29 Black & White shot of "Granny" clapping hands
00:09:50:11 Same shot [CU]
00:10:00:11 Black & White shot of "Granny" in woven hat
00:10:10:17 Black & White shot of "Gramps" with bushy beard [CU]
00:10:20:11 Same shot [MCU]
00:10:30:14 Sad tiny-tot in shanty town [squalor in Black & White]
00:10:40:12 Five youths carrying square tins on their heads to their "poor" homes [Black & White]
00:10:50:11 Religious monument of Cross [Dominica]
00:11:00:15 "Music Truck" during celebrations
00:11:10:11 Vagrant talking with two vendors
00:11:20:11 Same shot [MCU of vagrant]
00:11:30:09 Modern-day Amerindian man [MCU]
00:11:40:10 Same shot [CU]
00:11:50:13 Same shot [closer still]
00:12:00:13 Wall with Art Murals [Dominica]
00:12:10:11 Same shot [lower]
00:12:20:11 "Ras" with tourist reflected in sunglasses [CU]
00:12:30:16 Architecture - Two Saints [Dominica]
00:12:40:13 Black & White of woman washing in river
00:12:50:11 Etching of Amerindians dancing and smoking
00:13:00:17 Same shot [closer in to central figures]
00:13:10:19 Black and White shot of social strife: soldier with men "spread" on wall
00:13:20:14 Soldier with rifle bends to kiss Pontiff's ring [Cuba]
00:13:30:19 Small boy totes large flag of his country
00:13:40:23 Same boy: in background is a huge wall mural of soldiers close-up [LS]
00:13:50:18 MCU of the wall mural with female and male soldier loading a mounted gun
00:14:00:03 Painted face of a masquerader with a cigarette in his mouth [CU]
00:14:10:11 Painting in Black & White of JOSE MORTE's face:
00:14:20:13 "Jamaican Art": Sculptured runner [MCU]
00:14:30:18 "Jamaican Art": Famous sculpture of BOB MARLEY [MCU]
00:00:00:14 Black & White shot of boy with cutlass [MCU]
00:00:20:17 Aerial view of famous HAITIAN castle [LS]
00:00:30:12 Black & White shot of two nearly naked labourers bent double in toil
00:00:40:14 Black & White of three "seranaders" enjoying themselves [MCU]
00:00:50:14 Black & White of "simple" Haitian artwork
00:01:00:21 Black & White of other "simple" Haitian artwork
00:01:10:14 Black & White of drummer's hands, two types of sticks and drums [MCU]
00:01:20:12 Black & White of two religious "revellers"
00:01:30:17 Black & White of religious "Mother" (Baptist) kneels to kiss floor before a lit candle
00:01:40:13 Painting of Adam and Eve in an elaborate and colourful Eden
00:01:50:15 Same shot: Eve picking forbidden fruit and the serpant [CU]
00:02:00:18 Adam taking the fruit [CU]
00:02:10:14 Black & White of hands weaving [CU]
00:02:20:14 Bareback Rasta during a lusty performance [MCU]
00:02:30:12 River lime of Rastamen
00:02:40:13 Tinted painting of an Amerindian family
00:02:50:18 Same shot: of same family looking at a record player on the ground [lower]
00:03:00:24 Live band in front of "Reggae Fest" banner
00:03:10:13 Four (4) Rastas smoking ganja in a marijuana field
00:03:20:14 Same shot [further back]: Inset photo of them with dried herb on ground
00:03:30:15 Two lions in copper colored tint
00:03:40:12 Two men in robes and head wraps, bearing flags and exiting a red, gold, green shack
00:03:50:14 Confrontation between Rastas and Police
00:03:50:14 Water drenched, barebacked Ras with wooden staff [MCU]
00:04:00:19 Vagrants "make merry" in front of Selasie wall mural
00:04:20:19 Bob Marley stamp on red, gold and green
00:04:30:15 Same shot [closer in to the stamp]
00:04:40:10 STEEL PULSE menber during a performance [MCU]
00:04:50:21 BOB MARLEY performing [MCU]
00:05:00:12 BOB MARLEY performing [MCU]
00:05:10:09 Bearing BOB MARLEY's coffin
00:05:20:15 Members of BLACK UHURU [MCU]
00:05:30:15 Member of BLACK UHURU [CU]
00:05:40:11 Member of BLACK UHURU [CU]
00:05:50:11 Female member of BLACK UHURU [CU]
00:06:00:13 Ras with guitar perched on river stone [MCU]
00:06:10:12 Ras with cane by waterfall
00:06:20:14 JACOB "KILLER" MILLER [MCU]

 

 

Caribbean Stills

2

November 24, 1993

carlye chang

 

 

Caribbean Stills

3

November 24, 1993

00:00:03:12 Jamaican Art: Women getting bread
00:00:40:13 Jamaican Art: Woman with head basket
00:01:00:14 Jamaican Art: Women with wild hair dancing to flute played by man (all nude)
00:01:20:10 Jamaican Art: Group of people under tree
00:01:30:13 Jamaican Art: Face in acrylic (huge eyes; very textured painting)
00:01:40:11 Jamaican Art: Portrait of an Artist [CU]
00:01:50:11 Jamaican Art: Drummers
00:02:00:14 CU of man and woman (angular portraits)
00:02:10:12 Jamaican Art: Coalesced painting of lovers with doubled-up female in fore
00:02:20:13 Same shot [lower]: naked female in fore ground
00:02:30:07 Jamaican Art: Runner at finish line
00:02:40:12 Same shot CU of face
00:02:50:13 Jamaican Art: Women getting water by stand-pipe
00:03:00:17 Same shot: CU of women by pipe
00:03:10:11 Same shot: CU of two women approaching
00:03:20:15 Jamaican Art; Men at "All Fours" match
00:03:30:11 Same shot: CU of man's face
00:03:40:12 Same shot; CU of another man
00:03:50:17 Same shot: CU of another man
00:04:00:14 Same shot: CU of another man
00:04:10:14 Jamaican Art: Pencil portrait of Rasta's face
00:04:20:15 Jamaican Art: Woman with clothes bundle walking on windy day
00:04:30:13 Same shot [closer]
00:04:40:17 Same shot: MCU of woman
00:04:50:13 Jamaican Art: Sculpture of "Mamie" with chin on hand [MCU]
00:05:00:16 Jamaican Art: Childishly rendered "Ascension" to God
00:05:10:15 Same shot [closer]
00:05:20:12 Jamaican Art: Man on donkey-cart
00:05:30:12 Jamaican Art: Play of colour
00:05:40:11 Barbados T-shirt with flying fish
00:05:50:15 Bajan bow who's wearing the T-shirt
00:06:00:13 "Old World" Art: Mulatto female with two yard females
00:06:10:12 Monument of Barbados: Cross next to gnarled, gaunt tree
00:06:20:10 Man catching a flying fish from the sea
00:06:30:13 Rear view of boy bathed in sand
00:06:40:14 "Sinking a ship by explosion" [Barbados]
00:06:50:15 Bajan monument of with loin. Two kids
00:07:00:17 A cow in the bush
00:07:10:11 Same shot [closer]
00:07:20:16 same shot [closer still]
00:07:20:12 Bajan monument: Stone set in rock with writing praising Jah
00:07:50:13 Bajan artist (Ras) with large painting
00:08:00:16 Bajan beauty in mas costume [MCU]
00:08:10:14 Two bare-back drummers
00:08:20:13 Man using phone-booth in mass of bushes
00:08:30:13 Writer, George Lamming [Barbados]
00:08:40:13 [MCU] Cricketer, batsman [Barbados]
00:08:50:10 Monument of unchained slave
00:09:00:20 Bajan beauty with braids [CU]
00:09:10:11 Wall mural (Art)
00:09:30:10 Same shot [higher]
00:09:40:17 Vendor with child in front of shack selling straw hats
00:09:50:11 Four school girls on gravel road [LS]
00:10:10:11 Monument of Barbados maroon hero with downward thrusting sword [MCU]
00:10:20:15 Bajan historian [CU]
00:10:30:11 Two men slouching in bar
00:10:40:19 Religion: Baptism in river
00:10:50:13 Rasta with bible [CU]
00:11:00:14 Plant (leaves print on skin) and hand
00:11:10:13 Bajan Banana-Man [MCU]
00:11:20:15 Sign on tree "Goats Will Be Shot" [CU]
00:11:30:14 artist with carving of face [MCU]
00:11:40:12 Road sign "Caution Sleeping Policemen"
00:11:50:17 Slave with hang-man's noose around neck [CU]
00:12:00:14 Black & White: Row of slaves chained and very thin
00:12:10:13 Black & White: Female slave being branded
00:12:20:14 Black & White: Male slave being punished
00:12:30:11 Black & White: Sugarcane workers
00:12:40:12 Black & White: Slave revolt
00:12:50:13 Black & White: The happy "Planter' of the W.I. and slaves
00:13:00:13 Black & White: Slaves being punished on the thread mill
00:13:10:10 Black & White: Female slave being beaten by another slave before two masters
00:13:20:16 Satirical cartoon of slaves dancing around a master
00:13:30:17 The emblem of kneeling slave and words: "Am I Not A Man And A Brother"
00:13:50:17 Black & White: Christopher Columbus
00:14:00:13 Same shot [closer]
00:14:10:13 Black & White: Amerindians building Spanish churches in the Indies
00:14:30:23 Black & White: Spaniards beating Amerindians
00:14:40:10 Coloured painting of chained slave walking (children also)
00:15:00:13 Black & White: Slaver with high yard slave
00:15:20:10 Same shot [closer - slave]
00:15:41:02 Art: A college
00:10:00:14 Slaves being punished [LS]
00:16:10:13 Toussaint L'Overture on horse back [MCU]
00:16:20:10 Same shot [closer]
00:16:30:09 Simon Bolivar charging on horse-back
00:16:40:12 Same shot [closer]
00:16:50:10 One of Bolivar's fighters
00:17:00:13 Another of Bolivar's fighters
00:17:10:13 Colonial preacher and West Indian congregation (looking bored)
00:17:20:13 Same shot: Hand on open bible [ECU]
00:17:40:13 Colonial on horse-back with Indian at side, walking
00:17:50:13 Black & White: Indian indentured labourers
00:18:00:13 An insightful strike speaker
00:18:10:13 The strike crowd with placards
00:18:20:13 Same shot: CU of a striker
00:18:30:14 Same shot: CU of another striker
00:18:40:13 Black & White: Etching of Marcus Garvey [CU]
00:18:50:12 Stamp of Cipriani
00:19:00:14 Black & White: Bustemante [CU]
00:19:10:12 Black & White: Manley [CU]
00:19:20:13 Black & White: Marryshow [CU]
00:19:30:12 Black & White: V. C. Bird [CU]
00:19:40:12 Flag designer Phyllis Alfrey with flag [MCU]
00:19:50:11 Black & White: Bradshaw [CU]
00:20:00:11 Black & White: Cheddi Jagan [CU]
00:20:10:19 Black & White: Forbes Burnham [CU]
00:20:30:12 Fidel Castro [MCU]
00:20:40:13 Same shot [CU]
00:20:50:10 Black & White: ? [CU]
00:21:00:13 Black & White: Soldiers in big gun training [Cuba]

 

 

Caribbean Stills

4

November 24, 1993

00:00:00:10 Che [CU]
00:00:10:13 Painting of Amerindian Youth [MCU]
00:00:20:10 Same shot [CU]
00:00:30:11 Painting of an Amerindian with a flute
00:00:40:11 Painting of a seated Amerindian woman painting a bow [LS]
00:00:50:14 Same shot [closer]
00:01:00:17 Painting of an Amerindian man seated in bow of a canoe [LS]
00:01:10:11 Painting of an Amerindian man with spear [MCU]
00:01:20:11 Painting of an Amerindian woman seated and dog [LS]
00:01:30:10 Painting of an Amerindian man
00:01:40:23 Painting of a very African seeming Amerindian man with face paint [CU]
00:01:50:13 Painting of Amerindian huts at foothills of mountain range [ELS]
00:02:00:12 Painting of Amerindian huts [LS]
00:02:10:10 Little girl with rubber ducky hugging father [MCU]
00:02:20:10 Man bathing his cow in the breakers of the sea
00:02:30:10 Stalactites and stalagmites inside a cave in Barbados
00:02:40:13 'Granny' holding up flying fish with wings open
00:02:50:08 Barbadian outer wall mural of lusty group singing
00:03:00:13 Face of white painted masquerader [CU]
00:03:10:14 Wild faced, smiling masquerader [MCU]
00:03:20:13 Masked reveller in dress (male or female) 'shows off' for gathered musicians
00:03:30:10 Silhouette of sailing ship against an evening coloured sky
00:03:40:13 Silhouette of a small boy bathing on the sand at dusk
00:03:50:123 Black & White of a younger, smoother Bob Marley (serious) [CU]
00:04:00:11 Grainy black & white photo of Marcus Garvey in aplomb hat [MCU]
00:04:10:10 Black & White etching of Spaniards and Amerindians fighting
00:04:20:11 Black & White of a slaver walking through the full hold of his slave ship
00:04:30:09 Same shot [MCU of slaver]
00:04:40:10 Same shot [MCU of slave on floor]
00:04:50:11 Upper area of a monumental church
00:05:00:14 Small boy sits on a high gate [MCU]
00:05:10:15 Black & White of a slave couple being separated
00:05:20:11 Amerindian girl weaving baskets
00:05:30:14 Same shot [closer]
00:05:40:14 Fierce looking red crab with upheld claw
00:05:50:15 Baby cocoa pod coming out, in a dirty pair of worker's hands [ECU]
00:06:00:19 Light Skinned magistrate in wig [CU]
00:06:10:17 Modern day beauty sporting an afro [CU]
00:06:20:16 Shiny faced boy with flowers for sale [MCU]
00:06:30:14 Black & White of young soldiers with guns walking the street haphazardly
00:06:40:12 Black & White of Cuban deposed leader ranting behind his podium
00:06:50:13 Black & White of a younger Castro caught during an interview [MCU]
00:07:00:14 Same shot [closer]
00:07:11:01 Same shot [closer still]
00:07:20:14 Black & White: Crowd gathered at base of Cuban building with Castro mural [ELS]
00:07:30:11 Black & White of upper interior of church
00:07:40:13 Black & White of political and military leaders in salute [MCU]
00:07:50:17 Overhead angle view of Haitian castle
00:08:10:14 Green breadfruit roasting over coal pit
00:08:20:19 Same shot [further out]
00:08:30:13 Caribbean jewellery: Female bracelet of a woman
00:08:50:13 Cricketer Clive Lloyd [CU]
00:09:00:18 Hasley Crawford and gold medal with the plane named after him in the background
00:09:10:12 The Caribbean's only Miss Universe, Janelle Penny Comissiong in bath suit
00:09:30:17 Same shot [MCU]
00:09:40:20 Same shot [CU]
00:00:00:03 East Indian Loveliness
00:00:10:14 Gold painted masquerader [MCU]

 

 

AIDS in the Work Place

 

 

 

 

 

Are You Ready

 

 

 

32 min.

 

Richard Bailey: In Rhythm

 

 

 

43:50

 

Bele / Tobago Choir / We Count on You

169W

 

 

 

 

Body Beat

 

 

(16 tapes)

 

 

By George--Ham for Christmas

32X & 28X

December 1, 1994

 

30 min.

 

Christine at 16” / “Love Me Carefully”

62X

 

for the Population Programme in the Ministry of Health
1984

 

 

Caribbean Filmmakers Conference March ‘92 Curaco

 

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Vision

63X

 

July 1987 (2 copies)

Music Videos 27 min.
-Steel on Wheels
-AIDS Rap
-This Party is It
-Pan on Mih Mind
-Watch Out My Children
-Theresa

 

 

Carifesta

 

 

 

 

 

Crossing Over: An Experiental Documentary

65X, 66X, 67X & 68X

 

(4 tapes, one logged already)

 

 

Day in the Life, A

69X

December 24, 1987

Underpriveleged Children’s Party

20:46

 

Debt Crisis: The Unnatural Disaster

70X

 

 

28 min

 

Dimanche Gras 1987

9K

 

Tape 3

 

 

Dish Ran Away with the Spoon, And the

 

April 1, 1992

(5 tapes including Spanish and French versions)

58 min.

 

Dollars

 

 

13 episodes

55.30

 

Dwight, World Class, Natural Good

 

April 1, 1992

 

24.38

 

Engineering as a Career

 

June 1, 1984

 

20.5

 

Family of the Caribbean, The

 

July 1, 1983

 

53.43

 

Family Planning Association: Pilot Programmes

 

 

 

 

 

Fertrin

 

 

 

 

 

Footprints

 

February 7, 1991

Beryl McBurnie
Philip Moore
Felix De Rooy
Derek Walcott
Louise Bennett
Arrow
Aime Cesaire
Ophelia
Nicholas Guillen
George Lamming

48 min

 

Food for Thought

 

 

 

28 min

 

God Give Us the Talent

122Y

 

The Hucksters of Dominica

20 min

 

Going Foreign

120Y

September 1, 1984

 

25 min

 

Heroes of Our People

123Y

 

 

3.50

 

It Begins With You

126Y & 127Y

January 1, 1983

A training program on effective public contact
made for Management Development Center

29.10

 

Astor Johnson

128Y

July 1, 1983

Interview July ‘83, (54.50)
Repetory Dance Theatre
Reflections on the Dance July ‘83 (56.30)--documentary of the ‘83 season including Stay Up Zimbabwe, Wonderment, Tristesse, She, Tribute to a King, The Praying Mantis, Fusion

 

 

Just Ah Carnival

132Y, 133Y & 134Y

February 24, 1992

by David Rudder

58.54

 

Kaiso for July 27

136Y

 

 

 

 

Kaiso Videos

162W & 137Y

 

1987

 

 

Kassav in Trinidad and Tobago

138Y

July 12, 1988

 

50 min

 

Kitchener’s Revue Tape One

55J

January 17, 1985

1) Jan. 17, 1985
Lecturer, Gringo, Hindu Prince, Romance, Amuser, Prince, Monkey, Lord Protector, Poser, Ccrunter, Pink Panther

 

 

Kitchener’s Revue Tape Two

52J

January 17, 1985

2) Jan. 17, 1985
Interview wit Pretender, Singing Diane, Pink Panther, Obstinate & Stalin

 

 

Kyofusion - The Mike Boothman Band

142Y

May 1, 1983

 

56 min

 

Laird, Colin - Phase II

 

January 11, 1980

West Port of Spain Regional Park
Phase II (Football and Athletic Staduim)

 

 

Last Supper, The

bank B

 

by Thomas Gutierrez Alea (Cuban Cinema)

 

 

Late Night Lime

144Y

 

 

 

 

Launching of “Eric E. Williams Speaks”

 

October 23, 1993

for Dr. Seluyn Cudjoe

 

 

Leviathan Landscapes / Driftwood

 

 

 

 

 

Limbo

158Y & 27Z

 

produced for Prime Minister’s Best Village Committee

22 min

 

Love Again

28Z

 

Love Movement in Concert at Queen’s Hall, 1978

48:30

 

Love Movement: Love Again

29Z & 30Z

October 1, 1983

 

 

 

Machel: Through the Years

31Z

February 1, 1992

 

 

 

Machel: Too Young to Soca

36Z & 37Z

December 31, 1985

 

37:24

 

Many Faces of the Caribbean, The

32Z

 

1993

 

 

Marionettes: Live at Queen’s Hall

33Z

December 1, 1980

 

57 min

 

Minshall Trilogy, The

34Z

 

 

 

 

The Model

38Z & 39Z

 

 

 

 

Monster March

 

 

promo

15 sec

 

Morral

41Z - 47Z

 

 

 

 

Natural Gas: the Future of Trinidad and Tobago

52Z

August 1, 1984

episode 1 -- 19 min
episode 2 -- 21 min

 

 

Neal and Massy

 

 

 

 

 

New Experience, A

7X & 64Z

 

La Joya Documentary

18 min

 

O.E.C.S : United We Stand

65Z - 67Z

 

 

30:30

 

One Caribbean

68Z

August 1, 1994

documentary of the first Assembly of Caribbean People

28 min

 

Open a Door

69Z

April 12, 1995

 

 

 

Open Campus

70Z &71Z

April 15, 1986

25th Anniversary of the University of the West Indies St. Augustine

25 min

 

OWTU People’s Institution

 

July 1, 1992

5 business world features

 

 

Pan Jazz - Andre Tanker

73Z

 

1991

58 min

 

Portrait of a Queen

74Z

 

3 queens of Carnival 1984

24 min

 

Prelude to Finale

75Z

 

3 women conductors/arrangers
1988 World Steel Band Festival

22 min

 

Pulse

77Z

April 1, 1992

 

 

 

Ramleela

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, The

101Z - 104Z

 

Program 1: Royal Bank; 15 min.
Program 3: Bank Operations and Services; 14:39
Program 4: Staff Activities--Culture/Sport; 15:41
Program 6: The Helpful Bank; 17:24
Program 6: Banking Operations; 14:50

 

 

Sargasso!

106Z & 107Z

April 1, 1991

A Michael Gilkes production for U.W.I

46:12

 

Shandileer / Penguin / Merchant / Kitchener

109Z

 

Shandileer Playing Kuech Gadbaatta
Penguin Singing Games 10/01/85
Merchant--Pan in Danger 17/01/85
Kitchcner and Prof. Ken Philmore--Pan Night and Day

 

 

Sketch Design Report

110Z

 

West Port of Spain Regional Park Atletic/Football Staduim

 

 

Sky High Attractions

111Z -113Z

 

Promo: 20 sec.
Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago: 24 min

24 min

 

Smell the Earth, Taste the Water

117Z

February 1, 1995

 

28 min

 

Soufriere

119Z

January 1, 1993

 

10:25

 

Sound Revolution

 

 

Labor Day Special ‘83 25 min
Land for the Landless May ‘86 25:21

 

 

South Bank Show

 

 

Interview with Derek Walcott

 

 

Sou Sou Lands

 

 

 

 

 

Special Christmas for Special People, A

 

December 25, 1985

 

28:46

 

Spices: Pathway to the Future

18X & 19X

July 1, 1989

Part I 15.27 (18X)
Part II 19.22 (19X)

 

 

Story for Chistmas

 

December 1, 1984

 

30 min

 

Surviving Rape

 

April 16, 1988

for the Rape Crisis Center of Trinidad and Tobago

56

 

Talk Tent

 

February 13, 1985

 

49:56

 

Technology in Agriculture

 

June 1, 1984

AGRO Tech Committee

 

 

Ti Jean and His Brothers

 

 

Performed by Stage One Theatre Productions

57:30

 

Thank You for Music

 

 

 

30:15

 

Throw Away the Pack

 

 

for the Cancer Society of Trinidad and Tobago

38.5

 

Tourism Development Authority: Tourism in Action

 

March 5, 1992

 

3 x 15

 

Trinidad and Tobago...a world the world hasn’t discovered

 

August 19, 1984

 

30 min

 

Tobago at Carifesta

21X & 22X

 

 

57:55

 

Trinidad and Tobago at Carifesta 1981

 

 

 

 

 

Triumphs

142 Z

 

4 Vignettes on Women in the Caribbean:
Euzhan Palcy, filmmaker from Martinizue;
Rookmin Ramkisoon, employee in the cane from Trinidad and Tobago;
Desery Fox, fighter for rights of Caribs from Guyana;
Sucksters, travelling sales women from Dominica

4 x 5 min

 

Tropicopop

 

 

 

36

 

UNECLAC

 

 

Caribbean Documentation Center

 

 

Untitled, Pilot Programme

 

 

 

15 min

 

Victory Lap by W.I. Team Kensington Oval, South Africa test

 

 

 

 

 

Village to Best Village

 

January 1, 1980

Documentary on Prime Minister’s Best Village Trophy Competition

52.5

 

W.A.S.A.

 

 

The Human Story 1980 28.37
In the Eighties 1981
Today 1984 30 min
1982:
--The Caretaker 12.55
--The Provider 13.55
--The New Life 15.19
--The Sentinel 15.45

 

 

With My Hands Alone

 

 

 

25

 

Women in Kaiso

 

 

 

20.30

 

Right to Rights” Debates

98Z - 100Z

March 21, 1992

 

 

 

Grant Interviews, Louise

35Z

March 30, 1954

 

 

 

Assembly

 

March 1, 1995

language versions Spanish and French

28 min each

 

Song Contest’

 

 

10 lively and varied songs on food and nutrition
Lyrics by Louise Marriot, Music by Grub Cooper
A Caribbean Food and Nutrition (CFNI) Production

 

 

Consumer Guidance Council

 

 

presents:
“Sales” 5:13
“Guanretees” 2:51
“Black Market” 4:05

 

 

Something Special in the Caribbean

1Y

 

 

15mins

 

Something Special in the Caribbean

2Y

 

 

15

 

We count on you

3Y

 

 

14.40

 

We count on you

4Y

 

 

14.40

 

We Want To Live

5Y

January 24, 1991

 

14.09

 

Reaching new heights in the environmental field”

6Y

 

 

6.55

 

Meazles Immunization Commercial II

7Y

 

Animation

20secs

 

Quality - One step at a time”

8Y

June 3, 1991

 

19.04.18

 

Meazles Immunization Commercial

9Y

 

 

 

 

It’s Exportant”

10Y

 

 

 

 

Partnerships: Money, Power & People

11Y

 

version without graphics
Habitat II
programme 2

22.40

 

Think Global, Act Local

12Y

 

Habitat II
Programme 1
version without graphics

24mins

 

One Caribbean - English, Spanish, French Music

13Y

 

 

 

 

For Better or worse 1995

15Y

 

 

 

 

Carnival Callaloo

16Y

 

 

 

 

Sports Parang

14Y

 

 

 

 

Xeposition 1994

17Y

 

 

 

 

Rising to the Challenge - Expo’ opening & Tour of expo’

18Y

 

Patrick Bryan, Mary Wells
Simon Bolivar

 

 

Blank Cassete lable

19Y

 

 

 

 

Labour Day ‘Butler’ Feature for Gayelle II Prog 1

1X

 

 

 

 

NADPP Promaotional Video

2X

 

 

15secs

 

National Gas Company Program 2

3X

 

 

 

 

The National Identity Card, Your Key To Success

4X

 

 

 

 

Neal & Massey All Stars U.K. Tour

5X

 

 

 

 

Neal & Massey Career Guidance Workshop Ad.

6X

 

 

 

 

PAHO Health Spots

8X

 

 

 

 

PAHO Health Spots

9X

 

 

 

 

The performance Management and Appraisal Process

10X

 

 

 

 

?

11X

 

 

 

 

Infomercial On One Caribbean Conference

12X

 

 

 

 

A Permit for Progress

13X

 

 

 

 

Population & Development Conference

14X

 

 

 

 

Hurricane - Getting Back On Your Feet

15X

 

 

 

 

Population & Development Conference

16X

 

 

 

 

The Petroleum Engineer

17X

 

 

 

 

A Taxing Problem

20X

 

 

 

 

Minestry of Education - Reaching the Heights in the Environmental field

23X

 

 

 

 

Michael Boothman Pilot

24X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Women Writers First International Conference

29X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye - Festivals

33X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : “festivals” and “survivors”

34X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : “festivals” and “survivors”

35X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : La Musique Antillaise, Pan Caribbean

36X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : La Musique Antillaise, Pan Caribbean

37X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : Dramatic actions, “Talk and more talk”

38X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : Dramatic actions, “Talk and more talk”

39X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : Independent Voices, women in action

40X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : Independent Voices, women in action

41X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : “Visual arts”, “games”

42X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : “Visual arts”, “games”

43X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : “festivals” and “survivors”
Master Copy

44X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : La Musique Antillaise, Pan Caribbean
Master Copy

45X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : Dramatic actions, “Talk and more talk”
Master Copy

46X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : “soca soul to sale” and “Film Caribbean”
Master Copy

47X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : Independent Voices, women in action
Master Copy

48X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : Carnival
Master Copy

50X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye : “Visual arts”, “games”
Master Copy

51X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye: “Soca soul to sale” and “film Caribbean”

52X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye: “Soca soul to sale” and “film Caribbean”

53X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye: Carnival

54X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye: Carnival

55X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Eye: Film Caribbean

56X

 

 

 

 

Cavalleria Rusticana Opera I

57X

 

 

 

 

Cavalleria Rusticana Opera II

58X

 

 

 

 

Caribbean Vision

59X

 

Magazine Programme

 

 

Caribbean Vision

60X

 

Magazine Programme

 

 

Tape Two Cavalleria Rusticana Opera

61X

 

 

 

 

Sales”, “Garantees”, “Black market”

64X

 

 

 

 

?

78X

 

 

 

 

Dwight World Class Naturally Good

80X

 

 

 

 

Engineering as a Career

81X

 

 

 

 

Epiphany Episodes 3&4

84X

 

 

 

 

Epiphany Episodes 3&4

85X

 

 

 

 

?

86X

 

 

 

 

Carlyle Chan

141W

February 19, 1985

chang

15 seconds

BetacamSP

Banyan Archive tape one

 

May 14, 1990

 

 

Betacam

Monster March Promo

 

September 16, 1987

 

 

U-Matic SP

Ramleela Promo

 

October 31, 1987

 

45 seconds

U-Matic SP

Santimanitay Promo

 

January 1, 1989

Promotional message for a television show on Minshall's "Santimanitay" in the National Stadium 1989

40 seconds

U-Matic

The Astor Johnson repertory Dance Theatre - "Expressions"

129Y

 

promo for RDT season "Expressions"

15 seconds

U-Matic

Skyhigh Attractions Promo

114Z

 

 

20 seconds

U-Matic

Banyan Promo Collage

 

 

 

 

U-Matic

Untii

 

January 1, 1991

Magazine programme pilot looking at the fashion industry in Trinidad

24 minutes

U-Matic

The Clothes Show

 

 

small business

 

U-Matic

Kitchener's Revue Tape 3

54J

January 17, 1985

Kitchener singing "Pan Day & Night"
Merchant singing "Pan in Danger"

one hour

U-Matic

Who The C.A.P. Fits... episode 13 and evaluation

 

January 1, 1978

an evaluation of the Who The C.A.P. Fits... series

46 minutes

U-Matic

Repertory Dance Theatre

89Z

 

collection of excerpts from the following dances:
Cantobello
Waltz Castillian
Kyo
Yemanja
She
Fusion

26 minutes

U-Matic

Musical Epidemic - Programme 4, Calypso City

50Z

February 6, 1986

 

26 minutes 41 second

U-Matic

Epiphany Episode 2

 

January 1, 1981

A family managing in the early eighties in Trinidad. Widowed father (Wilbert Holder), Son returned from studies in Canada (Tony Hall) and a family friend (Pinheiro)

31 minutes

U-Matic

Abdul Malik

7W

November 26, 1985

Medley of Bad Poet poems

2 minutes 48 Seconds

U-Matic

For A Few Dollars More

 

November 4, 1988

ADB Agro-loan

6 minutes

U-Matic

Musical Epidemic - Programme 3, Calypso City

48Z & 49Z

January 30, 1986

 

26 minutes 44 seconds

U-Matic

A Floral Fantasy

 

January 1, 1991

An overview of the cultivation of bromilliads in Trinidad
Arrangements

28 minutes

U-Matic

Monster March Promo

40Z

September 16, 1987

 

15 sec.

U-Matic

Ramleela promo

85Z

October 31, 1987

Promo for a series of five half hour episodes of the the Ramleela as enacted by the villagers of Dow Village, California

45 sec.

U-Matic

The Future Belongs to Me

26J

May 1, 1991

ember

6.51

U-Matic

A Healthy Start

22W

September 1, 1992

 

20 min

U-Matic

The Image of Women in Television Advertising

 

December 1, 1984

Commercials

13.5

U-Matic

Crossing Over

65X, 66X, 67X & 68X

January 1, 1989

Lancelot Layne, Trinidadian calypso musicion goes to Ghana , meets Konimo, Ghanaian Hi-life guitarist and singer. Then Konimo returns the visit in the second half of the programme.

58 minutes

Betacam

OWTU: People's Institution

 

July 1, 1992

five 5 minute 'Business World' features

5 x 5 minutes

BetacamSP

Epiphany Episode 1

 

January 1, 1981

A family managing in the early eighties in Trinidad. Widowed father (Wilbert Holder), Son returned from studies in Canada (Tony Hall) and a family friend (Pinheiro)

28 minutes

U-Matic

Caribbean Eye : Caribbean Carnivals

 

January 1, 1991

A Look at Carnivals in the Caribbean

26.46

U-Matic

Coup interviews

 

August 8, 1990

Interviews with owners of looted and burnt stores on Queen Street, Port of Spain

 

U-Matic

Gayelle Series One 1985 Pilot programme 1

94X

September 1, 1984

Rocky Horror Show
Pan Jam Festival - Independence day
Dance Focus - Heather Henderson
Folk Art Exhibition
Alferd Mendes
Woodtrin Steel Orchestra
Relator

32:00

U-Matic

Last Links for Programme 1 Gayelle Series One 1985

95X

January 10, 1985

 

 

U-Matic

Programme One Gayelle Series One 1985

95X

January 10, 1985

Record Round Up - Kaisoca Records
Cazabon Book Review
Hot Seat - Lester "Efebo" Wilkinson
Queen's Hall Renovations
Indian Music - "Kuchh Gadbad Hai" - Interview - Phil Simmons
Wilcox Morris - Tobago Art
Ras Shorty I - Ethiopia Relief Fund
Charlie's Roots - "Calabash"

32:00

U - matic

Programme 2 Gayelle Series One 1985

96X

January 17, 1985

Record Round-Up - Jimmy's Record Shop
Brasso Seco feature
Master's Den - Shadow,
Naparima Bowl
"Hot Seat" - Chalkdust
"Games" - Penguin

30:00

U - matic

Programme 3 Gayelle Series One 1985

97X

January 24, 1985

Record Round - up - Rhyner's Record Shop (Guest Apperance by Sparrow)
Interview - Kitchener on "Breakmaster"
Man in the Street - Chaguanas
"Pan in Danger" theme - Pan Segment - Anim Smith etc
Tobago Regional Library
Spektakula Forum
Sat. & Mondira Balkaransingh - Indian Dance
"Hot Seat" - Allan Harris
Kitchener & Professor Philmore - "Pan Day & Night"

30:26

U-Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle Series One 1985

102X

January 31, 1985

Record Round-up - Romey's Record Shop (Guest Appearance by Roaring Lion & Swallow)
Man in the Street - Woodford Square
Foreign shows vs local shows
Kitchener's Revue - Kitchener
Museum of Tobago History
Interview - Lady Complainer
"Hot Seat" - Clara Rosa de Lima
Kaiso Corner - Guest Appearance by Kitchener
Blue Boy - "Soca Tremor"

34:00

U matic

Programme 5 Gayelle Series One 1985

103X

February 7, 1985

Record Round-up - Holly's Record shop in Tobago
Kanchan & Babla segment
Man in the Street - Tobago
Palace tent - Blue Boy
Mungal Patessar & Len "Boogsie" Sharpe
Calypso Theatre
"Boogsie" & Patessar - Pan & Sita Classical

36.45

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle Series One 1985

98X

February 14, 1985

Record Round Up - Ricky's World
Fete sequence
Trinbago Calypso Love Tent - Brigo
Tour of Minshall's Mas Camps
Sparrow's Tent - Sparrow
Dimanche Gras Calypso Finalists

35:34

U-Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle Series One 1985

99X, 104X & 105X

February 21, 1985

Stalin - Calypso King 1985
Fete Sequence
Trinbago Calypso Love Tent - Brigo
Stick fighting
Tour of Minshall's Mas Camps
Man in the Street - Las' Lap - Roxy Cinema
Meaning of Ash Wednesday - Fr. Nicholson

37:00

U-Matic

Programme 8 Gayelle Series One 1985

100X

February 28, 1985

Man in the Street - Maxi Taxi
Talk Tent
Ken Parmesad - "Salt and Roti"
Dr. Rohlehr
"Dream on Monkey Mountain"
Writer's Union

39:17

U-Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle Series One 1985

106X

March 7, 1985

Kafra Kambon
African Arts & Craft Centre - Tobago
Sundar Popo segment
Jimmy Phillips
Drama Review - "Easy in the Ashes"
Tunapuna All Stars

32:54

U-Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle Series One 1985

111X

March 14, 1985

Man in the Street - Aranguez Savannah - Phagwa
The Burning of Holika - Pre-Phagwa Celebrations
Journey to India - Mungapa Naidoo
School Drama Festival - Zeno Constance
Drama Review - "Dream on Monkey Mountain"
Theatre in Education (T.I.E.) - St. Anthony College
Esperanza Sumatee Group - Divine Light Headquarters - Closing of Phagwa Celebrations

31:00

U-Matic

Programme 11 Gayelle Series One 1985

107X, 108X & 109X

March 21, 1985

Albert Prince & Luise Kimme -Tobago
Rehersal -"A Brighter Sun" - interview - Devindra Dookie & Eintou Springer
Rehersal - "De Maul Story" - interview - Claudia Applewhite
Solo Girdharrie Segment
"Pan in Power" - Catelli All Stars

40:50

U-Matic

Programme 12 Gayelle Series One 1985

101X

March 28, 1985

Holger Laumann, Toby Tobas, Boogsie Sharpe - "Danish Tune"
Toby Tobas - "Percussion School"
Kaiso Corner - Guest Appearance by Growling Tiger
Main in the Street - Croisee
Literature Segment
Drama Review - "A Brighter Sun" & "Revo"
School Drama Festival
Sookraj Family
Laumann, Sharpe, Tobas - "Danish Tune"

42:35

U-Matic

Progrmme 13 Gayelle Series One 1985

110X

April 4, 1985

Eric Carew - "Man Betters Himself"
Cultural Question/Response - Dennis Hall (song) & Basil Ince (to camera)
Rehersal of "Victims" - My People Inc
Ballroom Dancing
Goat Racing in Tobago
Man in the street - Queen's Park Oval
Ronni Wiliams/Basdeo Panday - Acting - the career
Wilcox Morris - Art Exposition in Tobago
Kaiso Corner - Guest Appearance by Roaring Lion
Rehersal - "The Rope and The Cross" - Tesoro Players
Rudolph Charles' Wake - Desperadoes Panyard

38:14

U-Matic

Programme 1 Gayelle Series Two 1985

112X

June 20, 1985

Labour Day
Cultural Sprangalang
Hindu Catholic mass
Indian Arrival day
Drama Festival
CBU Song Festival

30:41

U-Matic

Programme 2 Gayelle series Two 1985

113X

June 26, 1985

"Same Khaki Pants" - interview - Lester "Efebo" Wilkinson
Jackie Hinkson Art Exhibition
Caribbean feature - Coral Island Pottery from Barbados
Institute of performing Arts Conference

26:00

U-Matic

Programme 3 Gayelle series Two 1985

114X

July 4, 1985

Danielle Delon's Carnival Costumes
Archeology in Tobago
Cultural Sprangalang
Anthony Williams
Newman Alexander - Tobago

33:50

U-Matic

Programme 4 Gayelle series Two 1985

116X

July 11, 1985

Sparrow's 50th Birthday cake
"Marriage of the Salmaan" - Lilliput Children's Theatre
Pat Castagne
Machel Montano - "Panasonic Express"
Caribbean Feature - Belize "Man in the Street"/Boat Builder
The Making of Gayelle's Theme - K.H. Studios

35:00

U-Matic

Programme 5 Gayelle series Two 1985

115X

July 18, 1985

"Guys & Dolls" - Queen's Hall
Cultural Sprangalang
Kaiso Archives
Lord Melody
"Moon on a Rainbow Shawl"
"One Bad Casa" (Promo)

39:51

U-Matic

Programme 6 Gayelle Series Two 1985

117X

July 25, 1985

Aboard the Gelting
Pointe-a-Pierre Wild Fowl Trust
Syrian/Lebanese Cultural evening
Caribbean feature - 3 Cuban Poets
Caracas Youth Orchestra
Tobago Steel Orchestra
Repertory Dance Theatre (Promo)

39:53

U-Matic

Programme 7 Gayelle series Two 1985

118X

August 1, 1985

Emancipation day Parade
Tobago Folk Legends
Cultural Sprangalang
Baney's Art Exhibition
Indian Ladies Singing Competition
African Exhibition at West Indian Reference Library (Promo)

39:10

U-Matic

Programme 8 Gayelle series Two 1985

119X

August 8, 1985

Longdenville hindu Mandir Conmmunity Programme
Ashok Yankeran - 108 songs
Art Buyers Fair
Larry Mosca
Caribbean feature - Doc Williamson Jamaican Sculptor
"Black Madonna" - Book review on A.M. Clarke's book
Neil & Massy Art Exhibition - Republic Bank Promo

34:27

U-Matic

Programme 9 Gayelle Series Two 1985

120X

August 15, 1985

"A Branch on the Blue Nile" - interview - Earl Warner
Cultural Spangalang - Indian Museum
Leroy Clarke (painter)
Tobago Sea Products
"Tons of Fun"
Man in the Street
Interview - Steel Pulse
"A Branch on the Blue Nile" - Interview - Derek Walcott (Promo)
Contoversial film "The Gods Must Be Crazy" - A look at South Africa & Apartheidl

34:00

U-Matic

Programme 10 Gayelle Series Two 1985

121X

August 22, 1985

 

 

 

Programme 1 Gayelle Series Three1985

122X

September 20, 1985

 

 

 

Programme 1 Gayelle Series Three 1985

123X

 

 

 

 

Programme 2 Gayelle Series Three 1985

123X

 

 

 

 

Dimanche Gras 1987

10K

 

Tape 5

 

 

Dimanche Gras 1987

11K

 

Tape 6

 

 

Dimanche Gras 1987

12K

 

Tape 7

 

 

Dimanche Gras 1987

13K

 

Tape 8

 

 

St. Lucia - Day one

68i

 

Tape 1

 

 

St. Lucia - Day two

69i

 

 

 

 

St. Lucia

70i

 

Tape 2

 

 

St. Lucia

71i

 

Tape 3

 

 

St. Lucia

72i

 

Tape 4

 

 

St. Lucia

73i

 

Tape 5

 

 

St. Lucia

74i

 

Tape 6

 

 

St. Lucia

75i

 

Tape 7

 

 

St. Lucia

76i

 

Tape 8

 

 

St. Lucia

77i

 

Tape 9

 

 

St. Lucia

78i

 

Tape 10

 

 

St. Lucia

79i

 

Tape 11

 

 

St. Lucia

80i

 

Tape 12

 

 

St. Lucia

81i

 

Tape 13

 

 

St. Lucia

82i

 

Tape 14

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

14K

 

Tape 11

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

15K

 

Tape 12

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

16K

 

Tape 17

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

17K

 

# 17

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

18K

 

Tape 9

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

19K

 

Tape 10

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

20K

 

Tape 13

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

21K

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

22K

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

23K

 

Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

24K

 

Tape 4

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

25K

 

Tape 5

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1982

26K

 

Tape 6

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1986

27K

 

Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1986

28K

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1987

29K

 

Tape 1
Calypso Launch

 

 

Banyan Archive - Dimanche Gras 1987

30K

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival

31K

 

Tape 2
Caypso Launch

 

 

Banyan Archive - Dimanche Gras 1987

32K

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Dimanche Gras 1987

33K

 

Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive - Dimanche Gras 1987

34K

 

Tape 6

 

 

Banyan Archive - Dimanche Gras 1987

35K

 

Tape 6
Rudder

 

 

Banyan Archive - Dimanche Gras 1987

36K

 

Tape 4

 

 

Banyan Archive - Dimanche Gras 1987

37K

 

Show rehersal

 

 

Banyan Archive - Minshal’s Mas Camp

38K

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Noel Norton Interview

39K

 

And Minshal’s Mas Camp

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival Tuesday 1983

40K

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Santimanitay

41K

 

Raw footage

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival Monday 1983

42K

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive ?

43K

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1985

44K

 

Minshall’s “Calabash” on the road

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival

45K

 

Carnival is colour - by Minshall

 

 

Neal & Massy - Trendsetters

46K

 

Tape 6

 

 

Neal & Massy - Trendsetters

47K

 

Tape 7

 

 

Neal & Massy - Trendsetters

48K

 

Tape 8

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1985

49K

February 19, 1985

Trintoc invaders

 

 

Banyan Archive - Pan festival

50K

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - Pan festival

51K

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Pan festival

52K

 

Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive?

53K

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Pan

54K

 

Famous Pan men : Old and Young
Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - Pan

55K

 

Famous Pan men : Old and Young
Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Pan

56K

 

Famous Pan men : Old and Young
Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive - Indian Culture

57K

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Indian Culture

58K

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Hosay Footage

59K

 

 

 

 

?

60K

 

 

 

 

?

61K

 

 

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

62K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

63K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

64K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

65K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

66K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

67K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

68K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Conference on culture & cultural Heritage of Tobago

69K

 

Mount. Irvine Hotel Museum

 

 

Monster March

70K

 

Tape 3
Part 1

 

 

Monster March

71K

 

 

 

 

Monster March

72K

 

Tape 2
Part 1

 

 

Monster March

73K

 

Tape 1
Part 1

 

 

?

74K

 

 

 

 

Monster March

75K

 

Tape 7

 

 

 

76K

 

 

 

 

Barbados

77K

 

 

 

 

Mutaruka Performance

78K

 

 

 

 

Royal Bank

79K

 

 

 

 

Mucarapo Junior secondary School Limbo

80K

 

Tape 2
Limbo Gymnastics

 

 

Limbo Yard 3

81K

 

 

 

 

Limbo

82K

November 2, 1982

 

 

 

?

83K

 

 

 

 

Limbo

84K

 

 

 

 

Limbo Yard 2

85K

 

 

 

 

Limbo shot at Miramar Club

86K

November 12, 1982

 

 

 

Limbo - Interview with Mor Thaim

87K

 

 

 

 

Limbo Yard 1

88K

 

 

 

 

?

89K

 

 

 

 

I. Y. C. Phagwa 2

90K

 

 

 

 

Divali

91K

 

Tape one

 

 

Indian Ladies Singin Competition

92K

July 27, 1985

Paratha, cooking, food, eating, decorating, rice colouring

 

 

Kartik cutaways

93K

 

Ceromony Tape one

 

 

Banyan Archive - Tatooing

94K

August 14, 1989

 

 

 

Krishna Leela one

95K

 

 

 

 

Banyam Archive - interview with Champa Devi

96K

 

First Trinidad and Tobago Indian stage dancer
Tape one

 

 

Banyam Archive - Barahi (St. Helena)

97K

 

Tape one

 

 

Ashok Yankaran, Ashok Sangeet Mala

98K

August 2, 1985

108 songs - 4 nights

 

 

Kartik cutaways

99K

 

Ceromony Tape two

 

 

Banyan Archive - Barahi

100K

 

Tape two

 

 

Banyan Archive - Phagwa

101K

 

Holi interview dance

 

 

Burning of the Holika

102K

 

Tape two

 

 

Banyan Archive - Indian Classical Singing

103K

 

Tape one

 

 

Banyan Archive - Indian Classical Singing

104K

 

Tape two

 

 

Hindu Shaving

105K

January 5, 1989

Tape one

 

 

Banyan Archive - Indian Arrival Day

106K

May 18, 1986

Tape two

 

 

Burning of the Holika

107K

 

Tape one

 

 

Banyan Archive - Divali

108K

 

Tape one
cutaways and links

 

 

Banyan Archive - Phagwa

109K

 

Dance and cutaways

 

 

I.Y.C. Phagwa

110K

 

Tape two

 

 

Banyan Archive - Barahi

112K

 

Tape three

 

 

Hindu shaving

113K

 

Tape two

 

 

Banyan Archive - Indian Arrival Day

114K

 

Tape three

 

 

Banyan Archive - Indian Classical Singing

115K

 

Tape three

 

 

 

116K

 

 

 

 

 

117K

 

 

 

 

 

118K

 

 

 

 

?

111K

 

 

 

 

Carnival Frederick / Savannah - tape 1

1G

 

 

 

 

Carnival Frederick / Savannah - tape 2

2G

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1992, tape 1

3G

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1992, tape 2

4G

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1992, tape 3

5G

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Carnival 1992, tape 4

6G

 

 

 

 

?

7G

 

 

 

 

Carnival Tuesday 1994 - tape 1

8G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 1

9G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 1/1

10G

April 13, 1995

 

 

 

CBD - tape 1

11G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 2

12G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 2

13G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 3

14G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 4

15G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 5

16G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 6

17G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 10

18G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 11

19G

 

 

 

 

CBD - tape 12

20G

 

 

 

 

Chinese Laundry - tape 2

21G

 

 

 

 

Game Fishing - Costa Rica

22G

April 10, 1992

 

 

 

?

23G

 

 

 

 

Music Videos for 1985/86

24G

 

 

 

 

Clico #2

25G

 

 

 

 

Calypso

26G

 

 

 

 

?

27G

 

 

 

 

?

28G

 

 

 

 

?

29G

 

 

 

 

Gayelle programe 9 1987

30G

 

Island to Island - Canadians in Mas

 

 

?

31G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 1

33G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 1 (Guyana)

34G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 2

35G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 3

36G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 4

37G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 2 (Guyana)

38G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 4 (Guyana)

39G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 5 (Guyana)

40G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 6 (Guyana)

41G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 7 (Guyana)

42G

 

 

 

 

Clico Tape 8 (Guyana)

43G

 

 

 

 

Cockfighting in Valencia 1989

44G

 

with interviews

 

 

Cockfighting in Valencia 1989

45G

 

Training and interviews

 

 

Cockfighting in Valencia 1989

46G

 

 

 

 

Cockfighting in Valencia 1989

47G

 

 

 

 

Cockfighting in Valencia 1989

48G

 

 

 

 

?

49G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me - one

50G

October 10, 1991

 

 

 

Colour Me - two

51G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 2

52G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean day 2

53G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 4

54G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 5

55G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 6

56G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 7

57G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 8

58G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 9

59G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 10

60G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 11

61G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 12

62G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 13

63G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 14

64G

 

 

 

 

Colour Me Caribbean 15

65G

 

 

 

 

Computer Beach Party

66G

 

Andre Chimene
Stacey Nemour

 

 

The Cow

67G

 

 

 

 

The Cow 3

68G

 

 

 

 

The Cow 5

69G

 

 

 

 

The Cow 4

70G

 

 

 

 

The Cow 6

71G

 

 

 

 

Crosby’s tape one

72G

 

 

 

 

Crosby’s tape two

73G

 

 

 

 

?

74G

 

 

 

 

Dan Crowley Lecture UWI - 1

75G

 

 

 

 

Dan Crowley Lecture UWI - 2

76G

 

 

 

 

Dan Crowley Lecture UWI - 3

77G

 

 

 

 

Dan Crowley Lecture UWI - 4

78G

 

 

 

 

Dan Crowley Lecture UWI - 1

79G

 

 

 

 

Dan Crowley Lecture UWI - 2

80G

 

 

 

 

Dan Crowley Lecture UWI - 3

81G

 

 

 

 

?

82G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 1

83G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 3

84G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 4

85G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 6

86G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 7

87G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 8

88G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 9

89G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 11

90G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 13

91G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 16

92G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 15

93G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 21

94G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 23

95G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 24

96G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 27

97G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 28

98G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 29

99G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 30

100G

 

 

 

 

Developing Stories - 32

101G

 

 

 

 

Stock footage of Sugar Cane Fields

102G

May 15, 1990

 

 

 

Body Beat - Young Sound Masters

103G

 

 

 

 

?

104G

 

 

 

 

Junior Monarch ‘95

105G

 

 

 

 

Junior Monarch ‘95

106G

 

 

 

 

Junior Monarch ‘95

107G

 

 

 

 

Junior Monarch ‘95

108G

 

 

 

 

Hey Diddle Diddle (rushes)

109G

 

 

 

 

?

110G

 

 

 

 

?

111G

 

 

 

 

?

112G

 

 

 

 

Ecowatch

113G

 

 

 

 

?

114G

 

 

 

 

Ecowatch

115G

 

 

 

 

?

116G

 

 

 

 

?

117G

 

 

 

 

Anthurium cutaways

118G

 

 

 

 

K.C. Confectionary Factory

119G

August 18, 1993

 

 

 

Chief Brand Products

120G

 

 

 

 

E.D.C. Charles Candy Cutaways

121G

 

 

 

 

E.D.C. tape 3

122G

 

 

 

 

E.D.C. Mrs Barbara Mouttet

123G

July 30, 1993

 

 

 

E.D.C. trade centre

124G

 

 

 

 

E. T. U. Programmes

125G

 

 

 

 

Martinique Conference

1H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Martinique Conference

2H

 

Tape 9

 

 

Martinique

3H

 

Tape 10

 

 

Martinique

4H

 

 

 

 

Martinique

5H

 

Tape 15

 

 

Martinique

6H

 

Tape 11

 

 

Martinique

7H

 

Tape 12

 

 

Martinique

8H

 

Tape 13

 

 

Martinique

9H

 

Tape 16

 

 

Martinique

10H

 

Tape 17

 

 

Martinique

11H

 

Tape 22

 

 

Martinique

12H

 

Tape 19

 

 

Martinique

13H

 

Tape 20

 

 

Martinique Awards Ceromony

14H

 

Tape 21

 

 

?

15H

 

 

 

 

Pick up shots Maracas

16H

 

 

 

 

Bruce St John, Michael Smith (Malik) ?

17H

 

 

 

 

Merle Hodge Interview

18H

March 22, 1993

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - 2nd International Conference of Caribbean Women Writers

19H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Interview with Marc Mathews

20H

April 21, 1993

 

 

 

Interview with Marc Mathews

21H

April 21, 1993

 

 

 

Interview with Marc Mathews

22H

April 21, 1993

 

 

 

Ministry of Education Public Service Reform

23H

May 12, 1995

Tape 1

 

 

Minshall - Miralda

24H

September 12, 1992

Tape 1

 

 

Peter Minshall - Caribbean Beat

25H

 

 

 

 

Minshall ?

26H

 

 

 

 

Minshall - Miralda

27H

September 12, 1992

Tape 2

 

 

Minshall - Miralda

28H

September 12, 1992

Tape 3

 

 

Minshall - Miralda

29H

September 12, 1992

Tape 4

 

 

Minshall AIDS walk

30H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Minshall AIDS

31H

November 15, 1992

 

 

 

Minshall Promo

32H

 

 

 

 

Carnival Tuesday 1994

33H

 

 

 

 

Carnival Tuesday 1994

34H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Minshall - Right to Hope Interview

35H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Minshall - Right to Hope Interview

36H

 

Tape 3

 

 

Minshall - Right to Hope Workshop

37H

 

Tape 5

 

 

Minshall - Miralda

38H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Honeymoon Band Launch

39H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Honeymoon Band Launch

40H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - “Santimanitay”

41H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - “Santimanitay”

42H

February 5, 1989

Tape 5

 

 

Banyan Archive - “Santimanitay”

43H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - “Santimanitay”

44H

 

Tape 3

 

 

MInshall - Hallelujah

45H

 

 

 

 

MInshall - Hallelujah

46H

 

 

 

 

MInshall - Hallelujah

47H

 

Tape 1

 

 

MInshall - Hallelujah

48H

 

Tape 2

 

 

MInshall - Hallelujah

49H

 

Tape 1

 

 

MInshall - Hallelujah

50H

 

Tape 2

 

 

MInshall

51H

 

Tape 3

 

 

LNL?

52H

 

 

 

 

LNL?

53H

 

 

 

 

LNL?

54H

 

 

 

 

MInshall - Streets of Colour

55H

 

Tape 1

 

 

MInshall - Streets of Colour

56H

 

Tape 2

 

 

MInshall - Streets of Colour

57H

 

Tape 2

 

 

MInshall - Streets of Colour

58H

 

Tape 3

 

 

MInshall - Streets of Colour

59H

 

Tape 4

 

 

MInshall - Right to Hope Workshop

60H

 

Tape 4

 

 

Minshall - Right to Hope Interview

61H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Minshall - 1996

62H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Minshall - 1996

63H

 

Tape 2

 

 

River: Carnival 1983

64H

 

 

 

 

Donkey Derby at Dimanche Gras, Feb 1993

65H

 

 

 

 

Moksha

66H

 

Tape 5

 

 

Moksha

67H

 

Tape 3

 

 

Moksha

68H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Moksha

69H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Moksha

70H

 

Tape 4

 

 

Montsserat Hurricane Footage

71H

 

 

 

 

Montsserat Hurricane Footage

72H

 

 

 

 

Montsserat Hurricane Footage

73H

 

 

 

 

Montsserat Hurricane Footage

74H

 

 

 

 

Montsserat Hurricane Footage

75H

 

 

 

 

Martinique

76H

 

Tape 18

 

 

Ken Morris Interview

77H

May 22, 1991

Tape 1

 

 

Ken Morris Interview

78H

May 22, 1991

Tape 2

 

 

Ken Morris Interview

79H

May 22, 1991

Tape 3

 

 

Ken Morris Interview

80H

May 22, 1991

Tape 4

 

 

Ken Morris Interview

81H

May 22, 1991

Tape 5

 

 

Robert Munro Concert?

82H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Muslimeen Attempted Coup

83H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Muslimeen Attempted Coup

84H

 

Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive - Muslimeen Attempted Coup

85H

 

Tape 4

 

 

Banyan Archive - Muslimeen Attempted Coup

86H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - Muslimeen Attempted Coup

87H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Muslimeen Attempted Coup

88H

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Muslimeen Attempted Coup

89H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Post Coup

90H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Post Coup

91H

 

Tape 1

 

 

?

92H

 

 

 

 

National Library

93H

February 20, 1995

Tape 3

 

 

National Library

94H

February 20, 1995

Tape 1

 

 

National Library

95H

February 20, 1995

Tape 2

 

 

National Library

96H

February 20, 1995

Tape 4

 

 

National Library

97H

November 12, 1994

 

 

 

National Library

98H

 

 

 

 

NADAPP Launch

99H

December 7, 1991

Tape 2

 

 

NADAPP Launch

100H

December 7, 1991

Tape 3

 

 

NADAPP Launch

101H

December 7, 1991

Tape 4

 

 

NADAPP Launch

102H

December 7, 1991

Tape 5

 

 

National Library

103H

 

 

 

 

Port of Spain Hospital

104H

 

Tape 1

 

 

Port of Spain Hospital

105H

 

Tape 2

 

 

Nutrition Skit

106H

May 7, 1992

Tape 1

 

 

Nutrition Skit

107H

May 7, 1992

Tape 2

 

 

Nutrition

108H

May 12, 1992

Tape 1

 

 

Nutrition

109H

May 19, 1992

 

 

 

Nutrition

110H

May 19, 1992

Tape 2

 

 

Nutrition

111H

May 19, 1992

Tape 3

 

 

Nutrition

112H

May 19, 1992

Tape 4

 

 

NWAC 1995 - First Round

113H

 

Tape 2

 

 

NWAC 1995 - First Round

114H

 

Tape 3

 

 

NWAC 1995 - First Round

115H

 

Tape 4

 

 

NWAC 1995 - First Round

116H

 

Tape 5

 

 

NWAC 1995 - First Round

117H

 

Tape 6

 

 

NWAC 1995 - Second Round

118H

 

Tape 10

 

 

NWAC 1995 - Second Round

119H

 

Tape 11

 

 

NWAC 1995 - Second Round

120H

 

Tape 12

 

 

Rudder ‘91

1i

 

Tape 1

 

 

Rudder ‘91

2i

 

Tape 2

 

 

Rudder Interview Feb ‘92

3i

 

 

 

 

Rudder

4i

 

 

 

 

Rudder

5i

 

First 3 songs
Tambu 3 songs

 

 

Feeding Frenzy

6i

 

Tape 3

 

 

Feeding Frenzy

7i

 

Tape 2

 

 

Feeding Frenzy

8i

 

Tape 1

 

 

Roots

9i

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Ras Shorty I & Love Circle

10i

August 27, 1989

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - Ras Shorty I Dec ‘88

11i

 

Tape 4

 

 

Banyan Archive - Ras Shorty I & Love Circle

12i

 

Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive - Ras Shorty I , Dec ‘88

13i

 

Tape 2

 

 

Banyan Archive - Ras Shorty I

14i

 

Tape 3

 

 

Banyan Archive - Ras Shorty I

15i

 

Tape 1

 

 

Banyan Archive - Ras Shorty I

16i

January 27, 1989

 

 

 

April’s Funeral

17i

 

 

 

 

April’s Funeral

18i

 

 

 

 

April’s Funeral

19i

 

 

 

 

April’s Funeral

20i

 

 

 

 

Sargasso

21i

 

 

 

 

Sargasso

22i

 

Tape 15

 

 

?

23i

 

 

 

 

Sargasso

24i

 

Tape 11

 

 

Sargasso

25i

 

Tape 1

 

 

Sargasso

26i

 

Tape 14

 

 

Sargasso

27i

 

Tape 17

 

 

Sargasso

28i

 

Tape 13

 

 

Sargasso

29i

 

Tape 16

 

 

Sargasso

30i

 

Tape 20

 

 

Sargasso

31i

 

Tape 9

 

 

Sargasso

32i

 

Tape 12

 

 

Sargasso

33i

 

Tape 3

 

 

Sargasso

34i

 

Tape 4

 

 

Sargasso

35i

 

Tape 7

 

 

Sargasso

36i

 

Tape 8

 

 

Sargasso

37i

 

Tape 18

 

 

Old Savannah Photos

38i

 

 

 

 

Scarlet Ball

39i

November 13, 1993

Tape 2

 

 

Scarlet Ball

40i

November 13, 1993

Tape 1

 

 

Palo Seco

41i

 

 

 

 

Palo Seco

42i

 

 

 

 

Signos de los Nuevos Tiempos

43i

 

 

 

 

Soufriere ‘94?

44i

 

Tape 2

 

 

Soufriere ‘94

45i

 

Tape 3

 

 

Soufriere ‘94

46i

 

Tape 4

 

 

Soufriere ‘94

47i

 

Tape 1

 

 

Sparrow Discography Launching

48i

February 2, 1994

Tape 1

 

 

Sparrow Discography Launching

49i

February 2, 1994

Tape 2

 

 

Still Shots of Paloy?

50i

 

 

 

 

Unesco

51i

 

Tape 2

 

 

Unesco

52i

 

Tape 1

 

 

Sister

53i

September 9, 1992

Tape 1

 

 

Sister

54i

September 9, 1992

Tape 2

 

 

Posters footage

55i

 

 

 

 

?

56i

 

 

 

 

?

57i

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - “Shadow at Tent”

58i

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Saloumn

59i

 

 

 

 

?

60i

 

 

 

 

?

61i

 

 

 

 

?

62i

 

 

 

 

?

63i

 

 

 

 

?

64i

 

 

 

 

?

65i

 

 

 

 

?

66i

 

 

 

 

Strike Squad Camp

67i

 

 

 

 

18 On Steel 50’s

83i

 

Tape 1

 

 

18 On Steel 50’s

84i

 

Tape 2

 

 

Night and Day

85i

 

 

 

 

Sprang

86i

 

 

 

 

TDA

87i

January 9, 1992

Tape 24

 

 

TDA

88i

December 20, 1991

Tape 8

 

 

TDA

89i

 

Tape 22

 

 

TDA

90i

December 22, 1991

Tape 15

 

 

TDA

91i

December 18, 1991

Tape 5

 

 

TDA

92i

January 6, 1992

Tape 23

 

 

TDA

93i

November 26, 1991

Tape 2

 

 

TDA

94i

 

Tape 19

 

 

TDA

95i

October 31, 1991

Tape 5

 

 

TDA

96i

December 22, 1991

Tape 10

 

 

TDA

97i

December 22, 1991

Tape 17

 

 

TDA

98i

January 6, 1992

Tape 20

 

 

TDA

99i

December 21, 1991

Tape 11

 

 

TDA

100i

December 19, 1991

Tape 6

 

 

TDA

101i

December 21, 1991

Tape 9

 

 

TDA

102i

October 30, 1991

Tape 1

 

 

TDA

103i

December 21, 1991

Tape 14

 

 

TDA

104i

November 26, 1991

Tape 1

 

 

TDA

105i

October 31, 1991

Tape 4

 

 

TDA

106i

October 31, 1991

Tape 3

 

 

Maurice Strong Interview, July ‘97

107i

 

 

 

 

Rudder & Tambu

108i

 

 

 

 

TDA

109i

December 17, 1991

Tape 4

 

 

TDA

110i

December 21, 1991

Tape 13

 

 

TDA

111i

December 19, 1991

Tape 7

 

 

TDA

112i

 

Tape 2

 

 

TDA

113i

November 1, 1991

Tape 9

 

 

TDA

114i

October 31, 1991

Tape 6

 

 

TDA

115i

November 1, 1991

Tape 7

 

 

TDA

116i

November 21, 1991

Tape 10

 

 

TDA

117i

December 22, 1991

Tape 18

 

 

TDA

118i

December 17, 1991

Tape 3

 

 

TDA

119i

December 16, 1991

Tape 1

 

 

TDA

120i

December 21, 1991

Tape 12

 

 

TDA

121i

January 6, 1992

Tape 21

 

 

TDA

122i

December 16, 1991

Tape 2

 

 

TDA

123i

December 22, 1991

Tape 16

 

 

TDA

124i

November 1, 1991

Tape 8

 

 

Banyan Archive - ‘Toby and Boogsie’

125i

 

 

 

 

T.V. Expartada: Anatomia de una In Electronica ‘90

126i

 

 

26mins

 

?

127i

 

 

 

 

Lady Trinidad - Thelma Lewis

128i

 

Tape 1

 

 

Lady Trinidad - Thelma Lewis

129i

 

Tape 2

 

 

Expo Opening (Walt)

126G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 - 1

127G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 - 2

128G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 - 2

129G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 - 3

130G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 Opening / ooths (Walt) tape 3

131G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 - 4

132G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 - 5

133G

 

 

 

 

Expo ‘94 - “In the Hollows”

134G

April 22, 1999

 

 

 

?

135G

 

 

 

 

?

136G

 

 

 

 

Symposium of Caribbean Film Directors - 2

137G

August 10, 1992

 

 

 

Symposium of Caribbean Film Directors - 1

138G

 

 

 

 

Fisheries - 4

139G

 

 

 

 

Fisheries - 9

140G

 

 

 

 

?

141G

 

 

 

 

Flipper Basketball

142G

 

 

 

 

River Estate - 4

143G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 4

144G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 10

145G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 16

146G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 17

147G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 18

148G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 19

149G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 20

150G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 23 (North Coast)

151G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 24

152G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 15

153G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 11 (Balandra & Toco)

154G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 2

155G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 21

156G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 8

157G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 9

158G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 3

159G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 12

160G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 13

161G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 6

162G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 7

163G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 5

164G

 

 

 

 

Flowers - 14

165G

 

 

 

 

?

166G

 

 

 

 

?

167G

 

 

 

 

?

168G

 

 

 

 

Environment

169G

April 13, 1993

 

 

 

Environment - Helen Williams interview

170G

 

 

 

 

Environment

171G

 

 

 

 

Grand Riviere - 2

172G

October 9, 1993

 

 

 

?

173G

 

 

 

 

Grand Riviere - 4

174G

 

 

 

 

Grand Riviere - 3

175G

 

 

 

 

Grand Riviere - 7

177G

 

 

 

 

Grand Riviere - 9

178G

 

 

 

 

?

179G

 

 

 

 

?

180G

 

 

 

 

?

181G

 

 

 

 

?

182G

 

 

 

 

?

183G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II

184G

 

Child workers in Thailand

 

 

Habitat II - 27

185G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II - 17

186G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II - 23

187G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II - 26

188G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II - 9

189G

 

Stock footage of Istanbul

 

 

Habitat II - 14

190G

 

 

 

 

?

176G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II - 15

191G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II - 5

192G

 

Stock footage of Istanbul

 

 

Habitat II - 7

193G

 

 

 

 

Habitat II - 8

194G

 

Stock footage of Istanbul

 

 

Habitat II - 3

195G

 

Stock footage of Istanbul

 

 

?

196G

 

 

 

 

?

197G

 

 

 

 

Raw footage from India

198G

 

 

 

 

Jamaica - No Problem’ Christian Aid

199G

 

 

 

 

Kenya Project

200G

 

 

 

 

Banyan Archive - Interview with Danny Jagon

201G

 

with cutaways

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) opening tape 1

202G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 2

203G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 3

204G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 4

205G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 5

206G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 6

207G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 7

208G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 8

209G

 

 

 

 

Celebration of Life (C L R) - tape 9

210G

 

 

 

 

Interview at Pax Guest House

211G

 

 

 

 

Changing Lifestyles

212G

 

 

 

 

C L R James - Photos 1

213G

 

 

 

 

C L R James - 1974, tape 2

214G

 

 

 

 

C L R James - 1974, tape 1

215G

 

 

 

 

C L R James Exhibition

216G

June 14, 1989

 

 

 

C L R James - ‘Lying in state’ tape 3

217G

 

 

 

 

C L R James - ‘Lying in state’ tape 2

218G

 

 

 

 

C L R James - ‘Lying in state’ tape 1

219G

 

 

 

 

Heroes - C L R James

220G

September 5, 1991

 

 

 

C L R James - Links and Photos

201G

 

 

 

 

Errol Jones at 70 - tape 1

202G

 

 

 

 

Errol Jones at 70 - tape 2

203G

 

 

 

 

Errol Jones at 70 - tape 3

204G

 

 

 

 

Errol Jones at 70 - tape 4

205G

 

 

 

 

Errol Jones at 70 - tape 5

206G

 

 

 

 

Errol Jones at 70 - tape 6

207G