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Bahamian Film Kicks Off Regional Festival in China - May 24, 2016 - 4:55:36 PM

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The Bahamas carved out several close ups at China’s first Latin American and Caribbean Film Festival held this month in Beijing, China.

Three Bahamian films were selected for the event. The two feature films from director Gina Rodgers-Sealy had prominent places on the schedule since her first film, Trailblazer: The Mychal Thompson Story, was the opening day film and her second documentary, Gentle Giant: The Andre Rodgers Story, kicked off the festival on day two. Sealy was featured on numerous news casts and cultural programs on Chinese television...
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"Live Cargo" enjoys critical acclaim after Bahamas filming - May 18, 2016 - 11:16:42 AM

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The latest film released after being shot on location in The Bahamas has critics raving.

Live Cargo, filmed on location on Bimini, premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in April. Since its debut, critics have given overwhelmingly positive reviews to the film, which stars Dree Hemingway, great granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway, who spent a considerable amount of time drawing inspiration on Bimini in his lifetime.

In her review of the film, critic Katie Walsh gave the film a grade of A-...
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Cooper at Cannes: Boos and Cheers - May 17, 2016 - 4:47:26 PM

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Almodovar's Julieta and Assayas' Personal Shopper

The Cannes Film Festival attracts press, filmmakers, and talent in the film industry from all around the world. But make no mistake, “Cannes” it belongs to the French. I don’t believe it is of any coincidence that a festival, one to almost rival Hollywood in terms of influence and prominence, is situated in the nation of France. Why not? Well, what most do not know is that Hollywood did not invent the movies? French men did.

If you care about cinema and its origins, I challenge you to look up names like Auguste and Louis Lumiere. Research George Melies and his short film ...
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Cooper at Cannes: The BFG - May 16, 2016 - 11:34:57 PM

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Cannes, France - The 69th annual Cannes Film Festival (Le Festival International du Film de Cannes) is underway in France, and The Bahamas Weekly is pleased announce that we are once again providing some daily highlights from The Bahamas' very own, Travolta Cooper, filmmaker of BLACK MOSES and founder of #TheCinemas who is on location.  Here's Cooper's second segment on the world premiere of The BFG.


Mythology. Anyone who knows me as a filmmaker/theorist knows that mythology is my thing. These are the stories that I am most attracted to. This is true of my first little documentary Founding Fathers: Sis Stafford Sands, which was essentially about the mythology of Stafford Sands...
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Cooper at Cannes: Loving - May 16, 2016 - 4:51:30 PM

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Loving
is the first independent film I've reviewed while here at Cannes, and it is also the first we’re discussing that is actually in competition at the festival. While there are many films, both foreign and American that I would like to see at the festival, there would have to be at least three of me to partake of it all. So each day, I choose carefully what I will see and review for you because, in a way, I’m also trying to give an essay narrative about the absence of the Caribbean here at this film festival of Festivals.

So why, Loving? Well, apart from the fact that it is independent and in competition, it struck a cord with a major theme of all these essays. The theme? This essay narrative is essentially a heart to heart talk: from my heart to yours. I know I’m writing some heady stuff, and some of it can even be interpreted as ambitious and political. I am not interested in arguments, however...
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Cooper at Cannes: Money Monster - May 12, 2016 - 2:13:00 PM

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Cannes, France - The 69th annual Cannes Film Festival (Le Festival International du Film de Cannes) is underway in France, and The Bahamas Weekly is pleased announce that we are once again providing some daily highlights from The Bahamas' very own, Travolta Cooper, filmmaker of BLACK MOSES and founder of #TheCinemas who is on location.  Here's Cooper's second segment on the world premiere of  "Money Monster":

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stars George Clooney and Julia Roberts. Both are A-list Hollywood actors. Its other star is Jodie Foster, also an actor, but here she’s the film’s director. Money Monster is Hollywood moviemaking at its finest, and in the intelligent hands of Jodie Foster (a woman who’s career spans some over 40 years in Hollywood) it also emerges a thoughtful movie, too...
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Cooper at Cannes: Woody Allen's Café Society - May 11, 2016 - 5:34:55 PM

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The 69th annual Cannes Film Festival (Le Festival International du Film de Cannes) is underway in France, and The Bahamas Weekly is pleased announce that we'll be once again providing some daily highlights from The Bahamas' very own, Travolta Cooper, filmmaker of BLACK MOSES and founder of #TheCinemas who is on location.  Here's Cooper's first segment on the world premiere of Woody Allen's "Café Society": 

Today is the day we opened the 69th Cannes Film Festival with Woody’s Allen’s latest work “Café Society”. And the reason why one of the most iconic, respected, and prolific cinema minds of the last century can open this festival, speaks for itself. Cannes, by all accounts, is the most respected, iconic, and prolific of all film festivals on our planet. Here, there are films playing in competition...
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BTC Congratulates Music Masters Winners! - May 10, 2016 - 12:14:42 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - The top ten Music Masters Finalists, all mounted the stage for their final performance on Friday evening, with hopes of clenching the $20,000 grand prize and bragging rights. At the end of the evening, Fanshawn Taylor was victorious with an impressive performance of her song “Dig Up The Road.” Sammie Star walked away with the second place prize of $12,500 and Lady E was the third and fourth place winner. BTC CEO Leon Williams said “The music masters competition embodies the level of talent, creativity and determination that exists in this country. Through our sponsorship of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, we are able to support events like the Music Masters...
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Bahamian saxophonist Ralph Munnings honoured at International Jazz Day in Nassau - May 6, 2016 - 12:36:02 PM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas – The sounds of jazz permeated Pompey Square in downtown Nassau as The Bahamas celebrated its 3rd International Jazz Day, May 2nd.

The Royal Bahamas Police Force band, various high school bands and other local bands performed jazz selections throughout the day and into the evening hours.

The Hon. Dr. Daniel Johnson, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture said the tune of jazz adheres to the overall structure of Bahamians as a community. “It is a true reflection of the ideal democracy, unique voices that we have as people of color,” he said...
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The Recording Academy® Statement on Prince - Apr 21, 2016 - 2:48:11 PM

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The Recording Academy® Statement Re: Prince April 21, 2016

Our GRAMMY® family is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of seven-time GRAMMY Award winner Prince. Today, we remember and celebrate him as one of the most uniquely gifted artists of all time. Never one to conform, he redefined and forever changed our musical landscape. Prince was an original who influenced so many, and his legacy will live on forever. We have lost a true innovator and our sincerest condolences go out to his family, friends, collaborators, and all who have been impacted by his incredible work...

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Jazz Day Concert Slated for Pompey Square in May - Apr 20, 2016 - 12:20:49 PM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas -- “Jazz is more than a musical art form but rather an affirmation of our ability to peacefully collaborate and cooperate in spite of profound differences,” said Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture the Hon. Dr. Daniel Johnson during a press conference to announce festivities related to the third annual International Jazz Day in The Bahamas and fifth celebrated by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization).

Held by The Bahamas National Commission for UNESCO at the National Arts Gallery Monday, April 18, in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture the conference was used to disclose that the day would be observed Monday, May 2, instead of April 30...
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Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival Crowds Flocked to Taino Beach Despite Rain - Apr 18, 2016 - 7:00:17 PM

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TAINO BEACH, Grand Bahama - To kickoff the Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival in Freeport, Grand Bahama, on Friday, three skydivers landed on the event site, Taino Beach, with Keith Walter carrying the Bahamian flag. The exciting event followed the Grand Bahama Youth Choir’s singing of the National Anthem, directed by Kevin Tomlinson.  Despite rain, residents and visitors flocked to Taino Beach for the two-day event.

Photos enclosed...
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Julien Believe’s Party Ambassadors music video being shot at Grand Lucayan - Apr 16, 2016 - 1:52:32 AM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - April 15th, 2016 The Bahamas Weekly News Team was on the road and caught up with Julien Believe at Grand Lucayan as a production team was shooting the music video for his hot new song 'Party Ambassadors' along with Fadda Fox, Teddyson John, Ricardo Drue and a large contingent of extras. Lavado Stubbs of Conchboy Films is that director along with Aryana Roberts unit production manager and first assistant director. The shoot was utilizing a state of the art RED camera system. The infectious groove had everybody at the site (including the tourists) jumping to the beat and singing along.
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Bahamian Culture closed IDB Meetings in Grand Style - Apr 15, 2016 - 12:17:38 AM

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NASSAU, The Bahamas – Bahamian culture at its best was on full display during the Closing Reception of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank and the 31st Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Inter-American Investment Corporation.

The Atlantis Grand Ballroom on Paradise Island came alive, as act after act showcased some of the best in Bahamian talent to thousands of delegates at the close of the historic IDB-IIC Meetings held April 7 to 10, 2016 at the Baha Mar Convention Centre...
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Carnival heads to Grand Bahama - Apr 14, 2016 - 9:47:11 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas — Who’s ready to hit the road for Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival?

It’s time to lace up your boots and head to Grand Bahama this weekend because that’s where it’s all getting started.

Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival officially kicks off in Freeport this Friday, April 15 at Taino Beach.

The Bahamas National Festival Commission has contracted seven top Bahamian musicians for Grand Bahama...
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Results of the 2nd annual Widescreen Film & Music Video Awards - Apr 7, 2016 - 2:05:29 PM

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HOLLYWOOD, FL - The Florida film festival founded by Bahamian filmmaker Jarrod Knowles just wrapped it's second year, and was held from March 24 - 27th.  This season, the festival had over 80 hours of content, submitted from nearly 60 countries across the globe.

"WideScreen Festival acknowledges and affirms that its artists and filmmakers deserve nothing but the absolute BEST as far as their projects and overall experience is concerned," said Jarrod Knowles. "We, as an organization are committed in continuing to fulfill our mission, to inspire the creation and distribution of art, while ultimately enhancing the creative mind. Please do look forward to the 3rd Annual WideScreen Festival in early 2017."
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Party Ambassadors After Party The Ultimate Carnival Experience - April 16th - Apr 6, 2016 - 8:56:58 PM

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Freeport get ready for the ultimate Junkanoo Carnival Experience!

It's the liveliest after party this Junkanoo Carnival season has ever seen happening on Saturday April 16th Nesbitt's, East Settlers Way, Grand Bahama. It's "The Party Ambassadors After Party" with Julien Believe, Ricardo Drue, Avvy, Fadda Fox and Teddyson John with DJ's Barry Hype, Mighty Pencil, Money Like and Da Barber.

Tickets $20, available at Nesbitt's...
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Bahamian hip-hop artist Hollie Wood releases, "Her Story" - Apr 1, 2016 - 2:23:58 PM

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Bahamian hip-hop artist, song writer, actress, dancer and model, Hollie Wood has released her second single, "My Story" and says that through the song she hopes to "bring awareness that the women who society, the media, and through most rap songs may view as whores, are also people and have a powerful story to tell."

"This song was in my heart for a long time," said Hollie. "... from perhaps my preteens. I suffered from low self-esteem and I found myself accepting and being in relationships I shouldn’t have been in (abusive relationships).  I also witnessed or heard about what other young girls went through in their home. Things like molestation, rejection from a father, prostitution, the list goes on."
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Bahamian gospel artist releases single pledging her life to the Lord - Apr 1, 2016 - 1:26:39 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Veola Sophia releases her sophomore new single Pledge on March 30th. Veola Sophia music is a genre of music that is written particularly to express sentiments and ideas of people live. Veola Sophia songs have been successful in gaining mainstream popularity although it has not lost its core, despite the fact that the creation, performance and significance of this kind of music differs from one society to the other. It is played for various purposes, for religious or ceremonial purposes, for aesthetic purposes as well as for mainstream entertainment.

Despite the differences, a common theme, which is the worship and praise of God, Christ or the Holy Spirit, remains in all forms of gospel songs and is one of the reasons why Veola Sophia music inspires body & soul...
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Trinidad & Tobago Film, "Trafficked" Makes Cannes Debut - Apr 1, 2016 - 12:05:39 PM

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Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – As the Trinidad & Tobago film industry continues to thrive, the beautiful twin island Republic is thrilled to announce that Trafficked, the award winning film from Trinidad & Tobago will make its European Premiere at the 13th Festival International du Film PanAfricain de Cannes from April 16th - April 20th, 2016.

Trafficked, a 72-minute feature film, directed by Sean Hodgkinson and presented by Eye On Dependency and Quirky Films, centers around a trio of vacationing friends on a picture perfect Caribbean beach, who are seduced into a dangerous con when they become involved with a charismatic stranger...
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