CARIBBEAN TALES KICKS OFF HARBOURFRONT CENTRE SCREENINGS WITH ANNUAL GALA ON SEPT. 4th

by Darling Nicky

Caribbean Tales Gala Reception

CARIBBEAN TALES KICKS OFF HARBOURFRONT CENTRE SCREENINGS WITH ANNUAL GALA ON SEPT. 4th

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Toronto, ON – AUGUST 23

The 8th Annual Caribbean Tales Toronto Film Showcase continues its long-standing partnership with Harbourfront Centre where the public is invited to attend a Gala Reception and World Premiere screening of Christopher Laird’s No Bois Man No Fraid (Trinidad) on Wednesday, September 4th.   The Caribbean Tales Toronto Film Showcase kicked off Aug. 17th with special screenings at the CNE and continues until Sept. 14 with films from across the Caribbean and other exciting events that celebrate Caribbean filmmaking.  Following the catered Gala reception is a free party with music and dancing presented by CaribbeanTales and Rasta Phil Entertainment.

Advanced $45.00 tickets to the Gala Reception and World Premiere of No Bois Man No Fraid can be purchased from Harbourfront Centre online at: http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/whatson/film.cfm?id=5430 .

September 4, 2013

Tickets Required

6:00 to 9:00 PM – Gala Reception (presented with T&T Consulate General)

9:00 to 11:30 PM – Select short films and featured screening of No Bois Man No Fraid

Free Event

8:30 to 11:30 PM – The Red Party presented by CaribbeanTales and Rasta Phil Ent.

About CaribbeanTales

CaribbeanTales is a group of companies that produces, markets and exhibits Caribbean-themed films for regional and international distribution, including: CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution, that links quality Caribbean movies and their audiences everywhere, the CaribbeanTales Film Festival Group that produces events and training programs all around the world, and CaribbeanTales.ca, a nonprofit based in Toronto, Canada, that produces educational programs through film, contributing to an inclusive Canadian society. New for 2013 – CaribbeanTales-TV, an internet hub and video-on-demand platform aimed at students, educators and Caribbean film buffs.

Now in its 8th year, the month-long CaribbeanTales Toronto Film Showcase is produced in partnership with the Harbourfront Center, and includes a Film Festival, Incubator Program for filmmakers, and a special CNE Screening series

For media information, please contact:

Caribbean Tales
Planet3 Communications Ltd. – Sarah Zajac/Joanne Smale
T: 647.346.4101 E: info@planet3com.net

EvenToBe – Louise Noel-Ambrose
T: 289-389-7204 E: eventobepr@gmail.com

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