Caribbean, Local & Int'l Films sharing cultures
CaribeFest on the River - Friday, June 11, 2021
@Captain's House, Goode Park, Palm Bay
5-9pm - Jamaican on Ice Exhibit, Mini Film Festival, Poetry, Drum Circle
Palm Bay Caribe Film Festival will host a Mini-Festival as part of the CaribeFest on the River
A Series of Short Films
East Caicos Expedition
Aaah-Inspiring Antarctica - A Jamaican on Ice
The Prodigal Parents
The Mango Tree
Inside...The Covid Chronicles
Wicked pon di Wicket - The Jeff McLeod Story
BCASCA is an organization which brings together people of Caribbean origin residing in Brevard County and enhances their interactions with other groups through sports, social & cultural activities, education, community service, and political engagement. BCASCA is committed to continuing its contribution to and positively influencing the communities within the county, and its diverse population in general. BCASCA believes that the accomplishment of this vision is a progression which requires the engagement & development of young people, the volunteerism & contributions of its older members and culminates in its support of the elderly
Palm Bay and its surroundings is home to large communities of people of varying Caribbean heritage and cultures who have integrated with others to make Palm Bay a true cultural melting pot. The festival, which showcases the work of Caribbean, International and local Brevard filmmakers is hosted by the The Brevard Caribbean American Sports & Cultural Association (BCASCA).
BarriVision Films is the producer of Award-Winning, Family Friendly Caribbean Films and television programming. The company also produces three film festivals annually. The Inspired Faith Film Festival, Jamaica International Faith Film Festival and Palm Bay Caribe Film Festival.