Open air cinema returns in April

The films, featuring creative geniuses who push the boundaries of “bold-facedness” and daring, are free, and offer a great night out under the stars for friends and families.

Films include an animation in Hindi with English subtitles suitable for all ages, a fictional narrative about jazz-legend, Miles Davis, and All Oceans Blue – a documentary made by and about the around-the world-adventures of local seafarer, Harold La Borde.

Film details and screening times are as follows: April 1 All Oceans Blue - 7 pm Trinidad and Tobago Sailing Association, Chaguaramas Documentary/GA/ English This is the thrilling story and personal account of how in 1969, legendary local seafarer Harold La Borde, his wife, Kwailan, and five-year-old son Pierre, set off on an epic adventure, to circumnavigate the world.

April 8 The World of Goopi and Bagha, 7 pm Lange Park Recreation Grounds, Lange Park, Chaguanas Animation/GA/Hindi with English subtitles The hilarious adventures of Goopi and Bagha. Banished to the forest because of their terrible music – they embark on a journey towards musical harmony, involving two rival brother kings, a sinister commander-in-chief, his sidekick wizard, and a princess’ hand to win in marriage.

April 15 Miles Ahead, 7 pm San Fernando Hill Dir: Don Cheadle/ 8+/ English In the 1970s jazz musician Miles Davis disappears from public view for five years. Forced out of isolation by a music journalist, the two embark on an adventure to recover a stolen tape recording of Davis’ most recent work.


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