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Bahamas backdrop to Isolation - Oct 7, 2015 - 10:28:20 PM

The diverse images of the islands of The Bahamas will be the background to a soon-to-be released thriller starring Luke Mably (28 Days Later), Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica/Ascension) and Dominic Purcell (Prison Break).

Director Shane Taylor made use of the many beaches and sunlit seascapes, but he also included locations that are off the beaten path. It was the abundance of locations that led him to chose Nassau as the main location for the film, he said.

"I decided on this one because of the beauty of the island, as much as the downtown area, to the beaches, to the islands we see behind us..."
News : Ministry of Tourism Updates
Caribbean Muzik Festival to commemorate Nassau Accord - Oct 6, 2015 - 12:23:00 AM

Nassau, Bahamas: The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism has signed on as the host sponsor of the Caribbean Muzik Festival, which will this year commemorate a momentous milestone in the history of The Bahamas.

The occasion also marks the 30th anniversary of the Nassau Accord, hailed as the key step toward ending apartheid in South Africa and securing South African anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela’s release from prison.
My Father's Land wins 2015 Amnesty International Human Rights Prize at trinidad+tobago film festival - Oct 2, 2015 - 3:55:46 PM

My Father’s Land, a documentary highlighting the issues of migration and discrimination against Haitians and people of Haitian descent in the Bahamas last night won the Amnesty International Human Rights Prize at the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff). Miquel Galofré and Tyler Johnston’s documentary was handed the award at a ceremony in Port of Spain on 27 September.

My Father's Land was awarded the prize as the film with the strongest analysis of human rights issues in the Caribbean, in particular around migration and discrimination, which resonate well beyond the context of the Bahamas”, said Trinidadian human rights expert Jason Nathu for the jury, after awarding the trophy to the winner.

Beres Hammond Bahamas concert postponed - Oct 2, 2015 - 2:16:58 PM

(Statement) In an effort to remain 100% transparent Fresh Entertainment & Another Level Entertainment would like to advise the public that the "Beres Live" concert has been postponed until Saturday, October 17, 2015 due to flight cancellations on behalf of Caribbean Airlines. As of 4:45 pm Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 we were working effortlessly to meet our show deadline.

We have confirmed the date Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 with the artists and the venue. We encourage you to hold on to your tickets, as all sales will be honored on the new date.

The "Beres Live Concert" will take place at the National Stadium Courtyard as planned on the Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015...
News : Ministry of Tourism Updates
Bahamians pitch at Caribbean Tales, in Toronto, Canada - Sep 30, 2015 - 4:41:22 PM

Bahamian filmmakers competed as finalists in the Caribbean Tales Incubator program for the chance to have their film projects financed by film investors.

Travon Patton and Tracy-Ann Perpall took part in the initiative that spanned several months and culminated in Toronto during the same time as the 40th edition the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).  It was the perfect environment for building skills and networking with high performers in the film industry, said Clarence Rolle, general manager of the Bahamas Film Commission, who supported the filmmakers at the event...
FREE Concert at The Marina Under the Stars with UPPERCUT '3.0' postponed to Oct. 22, 2015 - Sep 26, 2015 - 6:00:36 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - UPPERCUT returns to the Dive In Marina Bar & Restaurant at UNEXSO Saturday, September 26, 2015 with their exciting new lead vocals duo; Javan Hunt and Donvarcia Duncombe jamming a slew of new tunes as well as some old favorites. You won't want to miss this!

Our monthly 'Concerts at the Marina under the stars with Uppercut' are all about providing unique musical experiences for those bored of the same old sh... Couple authentic LIVE music of a FULL BAND of great musicians along with tasty waterside dining and cocktails at the Dive In, and you've one heck of an awesome night out!

JOIN US at The Dive In for an amazing evening with the band that everybody's talking about, Uppercut! Their eclectic blend of Classic Rock,Reggae, Rap, Contemporary, Disco, Blues, Calypsoca music is perfect to enjoy whilst sipping
Chase Fernander releases "Dear John" music video - Sep 25, 2015 - 2:04:21 PM

NASSAU, Bahamas – Local female talent Chase Fernander released her single DEAR JOHN in February of this year. Chase joined forces with local super producer Padrino to create the mid-tempo rap ballad, and now under the direction of Gary Wong, the music video has been released.

Dear John is a no holds barred open letter to men, offering a unique social commentary on the challenges of women in the spotlight and women in general who are more often than not seen only as overly sexualized beings.

“This song is very personal” says Chase. "It’s about actual people, real..."
Entertainment : Bahamas International Film Festival
BIFF re-teams with global PR powerhouse Rogers & Cowan for 2015 campaign - Sep 24, 2015 - 9:07:06 AM

Nassau, Bahamas – The Bahamas has once again re-teamed with Rogers & Cowan, the world’s leading entertainment public relations and marketing firm, as its agency of record to handle all publicity surrounding the upcoming 12th edition of the festival, taking place December 1-12, 2015. The announcement was made today by BIFF Founder and Executive Director Leslie Vanderpool.

Rogers & Cowan’s global media reach and specialized expertise in film festival campaign management will once again be utilized by the Bahamas International Film Festival to broaden the Festival’s visibility and profile, locally and internationally.
Biggie Fest returns to Grand Bahama Island - Sep 23, 2015 - 12:13:15 PM

Clinton Minnis Global Inc. is pleased to confirm that after much encouragement from the local organizing committee and supporters, the Bahamas Global Youth Festival (Biggiefest) returns to Grand Bahama, March 30th- April 1st, 2016.

Biggie Fest founder Rev. Clinton Minnis and his team wish to thank The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and more specifically the Grand Bahama Office for facilitating our inaugural launch this year. Also, the Grand Bahama Port Authority & its President Mr Ian Rolle for encouraging us. Moreover, we want to thank the small, medium & large business community including Pineyard Steele, Frank's Ice Cream, Imagine Graphics, Dove Radio, The Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas-Northern Services, Maecal Electronics...
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Chet Pratt next on Rise Radio with TaDa - Sep 11, 2015 - 2:44:06 PM

Chet Pratt
of Community Leadership Center in Nassau is the next guest on Rise Radio, STAR106.5FM, Saturday, September 12th, at 8am. Tune in online at www.star106fm.com.

Rise Radio promotes the spirit of activism and community development through lively discussions and debates on national issues.

Inspired by the Rise Bahamas movement, Rise Radio espouses the principles that we have an obligation to active citizenship and a right to accountability & transparency in governance. The show features candid interviews and conversations with activists, advocates and community workers.

Bahamen Featured in Huge Walmart Promotion‏ - Sep 11, 2015 - 11:02:37 AM

Attention, Walmart shoppers! Get ready to see the new Bahamen album stocked on the shelves, already autographed!

A special promotion headed by Bahamen's Sony label gifts the first 5,000 Walmart customers who purchase the new album"Ride With Me", a copy already autographed by members of Bahamen.  

The album release through Walmart is set for September 26th.  Two pre-released singles from the album did well from the start.  Night and Day, the first song on the album, is featured on the FIFA World Cup album as a Carnival mix, and shares a spot with songs from the likes of Jennifer Lopez...
News : Ministry of Tourism Updates
Music Voyager Bahamas Gets ART& TUR Award Nomination - Sep 10, 2015 - 4:37:05 PM

The Ministry of Tourism is pleased to announce that the Music Voyager Bahamas’ episode “The Heartbeats of The Bahamas” has been nominated at the ART& TUR 2015 International Tourism Film Awards to be held in Crotia, Portugal next month.

Music Voyager is in Season 6 and broadcasting with over 200 top broadcasters across the world, including International In-Flight, cruise ships and A+ hotels worldwide...
URCA denies reported censorship of local artist’s song - Sep 2, 2015 - 11:30:44 PM

The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) notes the assertions appearing on the front page of a local newspaper, which suggests that URCA has banned a song by a prominent local artist, from being played on radio stations in The Bahamas. URCA advises that it has neither banned nor taken any other action to prevent the airing of any song on any radio station or other content provider.Further, URCA has neither investigated, nor been invited or requested to investigate, any issues connected thereto.

The public is reminded that as the Regulator for the Electronic Communications Sector in the Bahamas, which includes Broadcasting, URCA’s jurisdiction is subject to Part IX of the Communications Act and supplemented by the Code of Practice for Content Regulation, ECS 06/2012, (the Code) which can be found on its website at http://www.urcabahamas.bs/download/006391300.pdf.
In LA, Bahamas Honorary Consul meets with Bahamian model and filmmaker - Aug 31, 2015 - 10:48:06 AM

LOS ANGELES, California -- Bahamas Honourary Consul to California Cedric A. Scott (left) is pictured having lunch at the Mandarin in West Hollywood with Ms Aryana Roberts (right) and Mr. Drew Palacious, who were visiting Los Angeles last week.

Miss Roberts, daughter of Terrance and Lavender Roberts of Freeport, Grand Bahama, is a young filmmaker who recently graduated from Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida. She travelled to Los Angeles to establish relationships and explore film-making opportunities.  Mr. Palacious is a Bahamian fashion model.
Bahamian Keith Rolle chosen to judge UK Christian Music for Top 10 Chart - Aug 19, 2015 - 2:40:40 PM

Nassau, Bahamas – “Step FWD,” a faith in action Christian movement that has a UK Top 10 Christian Music Chart has added Bahamian, Keith L. Rolle of KLR Management Group, to their international panel of judges.

With a focus to "Further inspire those with a passion for God and music, and bring light to society, using a medium people can relate to," Step FWD recently welcomed Keith L. Rolle to their ranks, to assist as a judge for their Top 10 Christian Chart that rotates hits every month.

"We congratulate Keith on the work he has done through ..."
Grand Bahama musical artists to showcase their talents at Poetic Justice Open Mic Night - Aug 16, 2015 - 11:35:35 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama - Poetic Justice, a group of young Bahamians, have joined forces with Nat Cambridge's NCP Entertainment to create their own opportunity to share and express their talents. The Group consists of young Bahamian singers, rappers, Musicians and poets from all walks of life.

The event SERIES is scheduled to commence this thursday at the newly named GB Cultural Arts Center. Curator of the center is Mr Kevin Tomlinson...
Bahamian soap opera “Gippie’s Kingdom” selected for 2015 Caribbeantales Incubator in Toronto - Aug 12, 2015 - 2:49:53 PM

Ten teams of Caribbean filmmakers from nine different countries have been selected to attend the renowned 2015  CaribbeanTales Incubator (CTI) , taking place in Toronto, Canada, from September 8th to 13th at the University of Toronto. Among them is Bahamian team producer/cinematographer Travon Patton and TV personality/producer and marketing expert Tracey-Ann Perpall. The group’s participation in the Incubator is sponsored by the Inter American Development Bank through its Regional Entrepreneurial Asset Commercialization Hub (REACH).

Now in its sixth year, the CTI is a marketing and financing platform that offers selected Caribbean and Diaspora filmmakers an opportunity to hone their creative and business skills in the context of an international marketplace environment...
Angry Birds Meet Bahamas' Swimming Pigs - Aug 6, 2015 - 9:54:54 PM

The Bahamas is the backdrop for a greatly anticipated online game, and the famous swimming pigs are the stars of the new video introducing Angry Birds 2 to the public.

Digital entertainment developer, Rovio, the maker of the popular Angry Birds app, recently launched the publicity campaign for Angry Birds 2. Through its London-based communications company, Wieden and Kennedy, Rovio has released a 60-second trailer, filmed in The Bahamas with the help of the Bahamas Film Commission, to whet the appetites of gamers around the world.
Caribbean talent deem Music, Model, Talent Showcase of The Islands ‘A lifechanging experience’ - Jul 31, 2015 - 8:28:55 AM

Nassau, Bahamas – The inaugural Music, Model, Talent Showcase of the Islands (Island MMTS) took place July 13th through 19th and was hosted at the Melia Nassau Beach Hotel in The Bahamas. The conference welcomed delegates from 19 Caribbean islands and over 50 VIP Agents, Speakers and international media houses from around the U.S., Canada & Europe who have committed to supporting Caribbean talent in the pursuit of their dreams. Many agents came with the intention to scout for one or two new Caribbean talent and left the conference with the desire and promise to scout and mentor many more as they were simply astonished by the talent the delegates showcased.
“I’m going to exceed the number of people I mentor.” – Tess Taylor, President of the biggest music business network in the world, NARIP...
Lil Wayne delivers 15 minute concert in The Bahamas - Jul 17, 2015 - 3:49:47 PM

After 7 years, Lil Wayne finally delivered to Bahamian fans in a concert dubbed, "Sorry 4 the Wait" on July 11th in the nation's capital. It was a long time coming since the failed concert attempt in 2008.

Despite the anticipation, concert goers still had to wait 5 hours until Lil Wayne finally took the stage, in an event that was said to appear unorganized, and lack in transitions. It was reported that the DJ played from 9pm until 2:30 am.

When the American rapper came on he only performed a 15 minute set of five songs. With the artist having a musical career spanning...
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