Art Film

The National Gallery of Jamaica’s Last Sundays Charity screening includes award winning short film “Flight” by Kia Moses

November 24th will feature a film screening in association with Jamaica Film and Television Association (JAFTA). (Image credit: Flight directed by Kia Moses and Adrian McDonald and produced by Tashera Lee Johnson)

Last Sundays admission is free and the gallery is inviting donations for the Bahamas Hurricane Relief in light of the severe damage that was done to parts of the archipelago during hurricane Dorian. JAFTA is a non-profit association that represents the interests of the Film & TV industry of Jamaica inclusive of marketing Jamaican productions on the international scene.

They will be a screening the following 6 films:

Passage directed and produced by Kareem Mortimer
Code directed by Sarah Manley and produced by Darin Tennent
Origins directed by Kurt Wright and produced by Noelle Kerr
A Broken Appointment directed and produced by Kaleb D’Aguilar
Trust directed by Jason Evans and produced by Renée Cesar
Flight directed by Kia Moses and Adrian McDonald and produced by Tashera Lee Johnson
Doors will open to the public from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. The screening will begin at 1:30 p.m. As is customary on Last Sundays, guided tours are free, but contributions to the Donations Box located in the Coffee Shop are appreciated. These donations help to fund our Last Sundays events. The National Gallery’s Gift Shop and Coffee Shop will also be open for business.

Where:

National Gallery of Jamaica

12 Ocean Blvd, Block C

Kingston, Jamaica

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