This documentary film features the novel implementation of a Caribbean Vocational Qualifications (CVQ) Steelpan Manufacturing pilot programme in secondary schools across Trinidad + Tobago. This is a vision of the Pan in Schools Coordinating Council (PSCC). It highlights the vast potential of the nation’s youth to help develop the industry and contribute to the economic and cultural landscape of T + T.
(20mins) | Trinidad and Tobago
Documentary filmmaker, thespian, retired teacher, member of the Pan in Schools Coordinating Council (PSCC), Ann-Marie Harry, first became involved in film in 2010, when she played the character Mother Alfie in the short film, The Blood And The Bois (Sigmond Cromwell). Despite having some experience in stage play directing while at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, this is her first attempt at film directing.