New Kingston Films
Socially conscious original film content produced, co-produced, and/or distributed in association with
other producing partner programs, civil/human rights, culture and community based initiatives.
Through an NYC Confessions project and series of events meant to unravel the truth, a disgraced recording-artist takes justice into his own hands when he orchestrates 8 elegant and deadly blackmail schemes.
FOR LITTLE GIRLS WHO ARE AFRAID TO SPEAK
From the solace and intimacy of Lily’s journal, For Little Girls Who Are Afraid To Speak exposes the teenage girl’s fight to survive, all while navigating the harsh realities of ghetto life, sexual abuse, religious ambiguities, murder, suicide, and the socially demanding complexities of a very classist Jamaica.
Appropriating Jamaica: Music & Movement is a two-part live documentary experience that investigates Jamaica’s cultural evolution over the last hundred years through the lens of appropriation, re-appropriation and misappropriation.