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Posted by:Nov 26th 2010, 08:45:01 am
Kimberlybriland arts walk filmfest schedule, saturday 27 november:

1:30p - ROMEO and JULIET (a short film from dunmore school)
2:00p - FOUNDING FATHERS: SIR STAFFORD SANDS (travolta cooper)
4:00p - RAIN (maria govan)
5:30p - reprise of ROMEO and JULIET
6:00p - CHILDREN OF GOD (kareem mortimer)

Q&A with filmmakers, briland arts guild art show throughout. stake a seat early, as our first-ever film showcase is lining up to be quite popular!
Posted by:Nov 22nd 2010, 12:26:08 pm
KimberlyAND Ronda Cleare of Dunmore School just offered to research the possibility of adding the school's recent short film "Romeo and Juliet on Briland," which updates the classic Shakespearean tale with very specific (and hilarious) Harbour Island references!

Fingers crossed
Kimberly and the Briland Potcats team

(Remember, check out the Gift Tribute at www.brilandpotcats.com, and support Briland Animal Rescue every time you give a gift this holiday season!)
Posted by:Nov 18th 2010, 08:43:39 am
Fig Tree News Teambriland artswalk (27 nov - romora bay club) has just added the world premiere of the highly-anticipated sir stafford sands documentary to the afternoon film festival lineup: check info@briland.com or 242 636 5000 for more information!
Posted by:Nov 8th 2010, 11:31:33 am
Fig Tree News TeamBriland ArtsWalk 27 November: Save The Date

RAIN and CHILDREN OF GOD Screening (Romora Bay Club)

Meet the Filmmakers! Savor Arts and Crafts and Tastes of Briland |||

For more information, see www.briland.com or email info@briland.com for more information on festival rate hotel accommodations and travel!
Posted by:Nov 4th 2010, 06:08:46 pm
Fig Tree News TeamBriland ArtsWalk 2010
Presents ELEUTHERA ON DISPLAY:
Award-Winning Films From Bahamian Filmmakers

RAIN (Maria Govan)
CHILDREN OF GOD (Kareem Mortimer)

Romora Bay Club
Harbour Island, Bahamas
Saturday 27 November 2010

Screenings at 2:00p and 6:00p
Q&A With The Filmmakers

$5 Suggested Donation | Support Briland Animal Rescue

Taste of Briland Café, Pearl Lewis
Arts & Crafts, Patsy Higgs and Christine Johnson

Brought to you by Briland Modem Fund, Romora Bay Club, NetworkBahamas, Kings Country and Harbour Island District Council

Ask about our $100 room festival rate at Romora Bay Club, details: info@romorabay.com
Posted by:Nov 1st 2010, 10:46:05 pm
chapelThe fifth Briland ArtsWalk is presently scheduled for Saturday, 27 November at Romora Bay Club, complete with a local artists' crafts showcase developed by Christine Johnson and Patsina Higgs by day, and an evening screening of Eleutheran filmmaker Kareem Mortimer's award-winning CHILDREN OF GOD starting at sundown, featuring a Q&A with the director and producer Jonathan Morris ... be there, or be square!

Keep your eye on this space for more details.

Briland Modem Fund
The Briland ArtsWalk series continues ...
Posted by:Nov 1st 2010, 03:23:34 pm
Lutra AnnieWhen is the BRILAND ART WALK and where?

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info@briland.com

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