In a small fishing village on the island of Trinidad a young fisherman, Marcus, leads a quiet but frustrated life. A strained relationship with his father causes him to rebel in an effort to prove himself a man. His life is turned upside down when he meets a shady character who promises him an escape from his rural beginnings. This leads him down a dark path that may threaten his very existence.
(19mins) | Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidadian artist, Kenderson Noray, has held more than 30 successful art exhibitions in Trinidad since 2007. He always dreamed of pursuing film and began his projects in earnest in 2016. 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 Shawn and Sherlann Peters. “Voices” is Kenderson’s first narrative short film.