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THURS NOV 1 TO SUNDAY NOV 4, 2018

FROM KINGSTON TO PORT ANTONIO
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PORTIE FILM FEST

We are back…Hollywood classics, Jamaican Shorts, Independent Features, Afro-themed documentaries and everything in between.

Cinema Paradise is a celebration of the human spirit

In support of the Healing with Arts Program at the Portland Portland Rehab Management (PRM) Homeless Shelter.

Tickets On Sale Now

Shuttle bus transportation from New Kingston included in ticket price. Location to be confirmed. Soon to be posted. 

Directed by the late Dickie Jobson and produced by Chris Blackwell, this is an arthouse film that looks at the mystical aspect of Jamaican culture. 

Date: Thursday, November 1, 2018 

Time:  7 p.m. Cocktails & African Cuisine 

             8 p.m. Movie Screening

             10:00 p.m. Discussion & After Party 

Join us as we celebrate the cultural nostalgia of Countryman and its soundtrack at the “The Bass” – Birthplace of Reggae. 

Opening Festivities include legend of Jamaican Cinema Carl Bradshaw, other cast members, specialappearances, musical performances, sumptuous food and an unforgettable after party. 

Hosted by Dr. Paul Rhodes, Founder of Cinema Paradise & Ms. Renée Robinson, JAMPRO Film Commissioner

Discussion Panel moderated by: Annie Paul Writer, Critic & Editor of PREEEditor of Social and Economic Studies

Premiere Screening of the JAFTA Propella shorts through the Jamaica Film and Television Association (JAFTA) in collaboration with JAMPRO at Great Huts on Saturday, November 3rd 2018.

30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF “COCKTAIL” WITH CAST AND SO MUCH MORE!!

Tickets for Port Antonio Screenings ON SALE OCTOBER 5th 2018

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Special Rate $3600 JMD Round-Trip Kingston – Port Antonio

VENUES IN PORTLAND

CINEMA PARADISE 2017

Cinema Paradise is a unique showcasing of afro-centric creative works with talks, panels and other educational programming and where else to do this but Port Antonio? Once referred to as the ‘Jamaican Riviera’ in the 1960s, Port Antonio boasts a film legacy and auspicious artistic history..”


– Renée Robinson, JAMPRO’s Film Commissioner

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