Item Details

Chutney in Yuh Soca [videorecording]: A Multicultural Mix

Arts Council Films
Format
Video; DVD
Summary
Chutney in Yuh Soca: a film showing the interaction of the East Indian and African populations of Trinidad and Tobago through the popular music "Chutney" which is an combination of Indian folk tunes with the tempo and spice of the Caribbean. The Gospel Truth: A Black family in Great Britain reaffirms their values and family cohesiveness through the singing of gospel music. Songs For Our Daughters: West Indian women in Britain discuss the way they pass their heritage and culture on to their mixed race daughters.
Director
Karen Martinez; Dilly Braimoh; Jillian Li-Sue
Performers
Mungal Patasar (musicologist), Sundar Popo (singer), Drupatee Ramgoonai (singer), Satharayan Maharaj, Rhoda Reddock (U. of West Indies), Chris Garcia (singer), Basdeo Panday (prime minister), Shamoon Mohammed (1st film). Bailey family (2nd film). Lisa Crook, Marvis Crook-Massey, Carolyn Ebanks (3rd film).
Release Date
1993
Run Time
36 min.
Language
Dialogue in English
Notes
Videodisc release of a 1996 documentary production.
Related Title
Gospel truth.
Songs for our daughters.
Local Notes
Titles purchased from Filmakers Library at the institutional rate come with public performance rights for non-commercial and educational exhibition when no admission fee is charged. (4/6/12)
Contents
  • Chutney in Yuh Soca (1996) / a Neorama Filmworks production for the Arts Council of England and Channel Four Television.
  • The Gospel truth (1993) / the Arts Council of Great Britain and Carlton Television Ltd.
  • Songs for our daughters (1995) / a Non-Aligned Communications production for the Arts Council of England.
Credits
Producer/director, Karen Martinez ; camera, Mike Spragg (1st film). Producer/director, Dilly Braimoh ; music, Velroy Bailey (2nd film). Director, Jillian Li-Sue (3rd film).
Published
New York, NY : Filmakers Library, 1996.
Terms of Use
Public performance rights secured.
Description
1 videodisc (36 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 1/2 in.
DVD.
Technical Details
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