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The Other Side of Carnival| 44mins
Director: Charysse Tia Harper | Producer: Charysse Tia Harper, Stephanie James, Drusilla Luna Bouraima
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United Kingdom
Subject Tags: americas, culture, economies, trinidad and tobago, united states
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
"The Other Side of Carnival" is a 45-minute documentary that looks at the origins of Carnival and the ways the event impacts the social and economic aspects of Trinidad & Tobago. Interviews with over 60 people, economists, historians, nurses, police officers, students, owners of businesses and revelers, build a picture of what locals say are the positive and negative effects of the event on their country. Consummating over two years of research and interviews and with the coordination of a multinational crew (Trinidad & Tobago, U.S. and U.K.), "The Other Side of Carnival" does not pass judgment on Carnival in Trinidad & Tobago, but aims to raise awareness on the type of influence that Carnival has on the population.

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