TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
Director: Keegan Taylor
Keegan Taylor is a Trinidadian filmmaker and music video director. An avid storyteller, he is the founder and creative director of Ten Global Media, a production company based in Trinidad and Tobago which aims to go beyond the limits of the imagination in the realm of storytelling and filmmaking. With over 20 years of experience in the Caribbean music and entertainment industry, he aims to broaden his horizons in filmmaking through his unique stories and looks forward to spreading his brand of storytelling throughout the world as a proud Caribbean native.
After the Apocalypse
Director: Keyon Byron
My name is Keyon Byron, I'm 31 years old and I have written three short films since 2012. I'm a part of Visionaries Production Trinidad and Tobago.
Director: Keyon Byron
My name is Keyon Byron, I'm 31 years old and I have written three short films since 2012. I'm a part of Visionaries Production Trinidad and Tobago
Behind the Blue
Director: Kenderson Noray
Kenderson has always dreamed of pursuing film and began his projects in earnest in 2016 with his production company, Black Cape Films. He has since explored mini documentaries and cultural videos, exploring Jab Jab origins in Paramin, documenting the annual Jab Jab carnival competitions among adults and children, and covering various Carnival projects including a music video for Dynamite’s “Ring D’ Bell”. He has also documented art gallery openings for the likes of Shawn and Sherlann Peters. "Behind the blue" is his 5th Narrative film.
Director: Deyna Antonio Diaz
Deyna Antonio Diaz
This is Cpl. (Ag.) Deyna Antonio Diaz of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service debut as a director of a full-length film. he also served as an Editor, Talent, Production Crew, Moderator, Post-Production Supervisor, Supervising Sound Designer, Colourist, Audio Engineer and Graphic Designer on CODE 727 production.
Director: Riyadh Rahaman
Riyadh Rahaman is an award-winning 23-year-old Trinidadian filmmaker with a passion for creating high-quality, local films and is most known for his unique and creative abilities in storytelling including the genres of comedy, drama, and thriller. He graduated from St. Stephen’s College in 2018 and completed a 2-month intensive filmmaking course at Maine Media Workshops + College in the fall of 2019 and is currently pursuing his dream of becoming a full-time filmmaker.
He has amassed an audience of over 27,000 followers on his various social media platforms following his work in film and has become the youngest self-taught filmmaker to be selected for 4 consecutive years in the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival. In 2020 he won his first film festival, becoming the Overall Jury Prize Winner of ‘The Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition’ with his film ‘Before It’s Too Late’. His 2019 submission ‘The Lagahoo’ was aired twice on local TV station TTT as part of their ‘Live for Local’ series also gaining him an interview on the TTT Now Morning Show with Lisa Wickham. He was also interviewed twice by the Trinidad Express newspaper in 2019 for his crime short film ‘Red Alert’ which is some of his best work.
Director: Kenderson Noray
Kenderson has always dreamed of pursuing film and began his projects in earnest in 2016 with his production company, Black Cape Films. He has since explored mini documentaries and cultural videos, exploring Jab Jab origins in Paramin, documenting the annual Jab Jab carnival competitions among adults and children, and covering various Carnival projects including a music video for Dynamite’s “Ring D’ Bell”. He has also documented art gallery openings for the likes of Shawn and Sherlann Peters.
PB & The Buck
Director: Shane Stuart Anthony Lee Kit
Shane Stuart Anthony Lee Kit
Hey, I am Shane Lee Kit, a Trinidadian-born director, writer, and animator. I have made multiple shorts and documentaries.
Director: Romario Jose Reyes
Romario Jose Reyes
Romario Reyes is an artist, animator, film writer and director hailing from the twin isles of Trinidad and Tobago. Romario’s unique background growing up in a family of artists was the perfect home for articulating his vision through visual storytelling. During his art and film studies at high school and then at YTEPP’s Film Courses, Romario’s style drew inspiration heavily from much of Japanese culture and Caribbean influences to produce art in many traditional and digital mediums. Now, at 28 years of age, he continues his creative journey with his directing debut of the live-action short film, “Short Drop” which he premiered in December 2022. He currently works with the team at Liquid Matter Studios, a micro-company of local creatives that envisions and produces comic, manga, anime and film projects that have been recognized both locally and internationally.
Director: Kerri Rechier
Kerri Rechier CEO. of Rechier’s Media House
My love and passion for media started as a child with interests in Sound, Video and Lighting. After school, I started work as a Sound Engineer, then developing my knowledge and experience with video and lighting. Today, I’m living my dream with my own company, Rechier’s Media House.
In the last few years, Rechier’s Media House has worked on a number of projects with Aaron Caruth of Motion by AC, Keegan Taylor of Ten Global Media and as a freelancer for Kenny Phillips of Wack 90.1fm