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The CaribbeanTales Incubator (CTI) is a year-round development and production hub for Caribbean and Caribbean Diaspora Producers that aims to create strong, compelling and sustainable content for the global market.

The ultimate goal of the CTI is to increase the pool of world-class indigenous film and television content so as to build the region’s audio visual capacity.

2017 marked a landmark year for the CTI Program. For the first time, the CTI is sponsored by Flow, the Caribbean’s leading TV and communications provider, as part of its commitment to the development of the Caribbean filmmaking industry.

Check out the highlights of our amazing Big Pitch, Breakfast At TIFF!

Market Incubator Program

The CTI’s flagship program is the Market Incubator Program (MIP), a marketing and packaging forum for long-running series projects that offers selected Caribbean and Diaspora producers an opportunity to hone their creative and business skills in the context of an international marketplace environment.

Short Film Challenge Program

CaribbeanTales supports the creation of short Caribbean films, created by people throughout the Caribbean region and its Diaspora, which tells the authentic stories of these creative producers. Selected films will be aired on FLOW networks.

Production Support Program

Created in 2015, the CaribbeanTales Production Support Program (PSP) provides mentorship support to the winners of the CTI Big Pitch!, which aims to create sustainable, income-generating Caribbean film and television content.

To learn more about the Incubator Program go to CT-TV and watch the 8 exciting episodes of  Me On My TV.

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The privilege one gains as a valued member of the Incubator is priceless. And when it’s over, you certainly knew why you were chosen in the first place, and how your life in film will change.

Dalton Narine – Director “Mas Man”

I can say that the CaribbeanTales Incubator program has elevated my status in the Dominican film community. The things I learned in the program, like preparing for a professional pitch, definitely aided in securing the funds for my first feature film, which I’ll be producing next month.

Francisco Montas – Writer/Director

Regardless of your level of expertise, the workshops are an excellent venue to hone your craft. The mentors really push you to go further so to get those pitches as concise and catchy as possible. It helps to get ideas and comments from other people which serve as a springboard to actual pitches.

Michael Mosca – Producer – Equinoxe Films

Creating Compelling World Class Content

Tell the Caribbean story only you can tell. Yours.