“Third Space” is an experimental film, which begins in a bowl of callaloo soup and progresses into an amalgam of shape-shifting surrealism, Caribbean landscapes/ seascapes, animal symbolism, prose poetry, the ebbing of overcranking and undercranking; as well as the juxtaposition of nature sounds – with a special emphasis on the visual and aural aspects of the five elements of the universe, namely Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Ether/Space. “Third Space” explores the yin and yang of love in a Caribbean context. The viewer is invited to explore emotion as a cinematic destination.
(9mins) | Trinidad and Tobago
Kavita Ganness is a literary and visual artist, who has a BA Degree in Communication Studies and Literatures in English (Double Major) from the University of the West Indies. She is presently studying for a Masters in Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine. She is also an English/ Literature teacher with nineteen years experience at the secondary school level. She has a YouTube channel – see ‘Kav Ganness’ and ‘The Kirk and Kav Channel’ – a channel in which she shares film projects which were done with her husband, Kirk Budhooram. Last year, her one-minute short film ‘Litterbug Goes To The Beach’ was a finalist in the Green Screen Environmental Film Festival 2018 in Trinidad and Tobago.