APPLY FOR CARIBBEANTALES INCUBATOR

Created in 2014 the Production Support Program (PSP) is CT’s production slate.

This program is designed to shepherd selected projects from pitch to production within twelve (12) months.

The PSP takes the form of creative and script completion, business planning and pre-production planning.

According to 2014’s Icubator manager and mentor Dr. Rita Shelton Deverell:

“The CaribbeanTales Incubator is an ever-evolving, growth-oriented program. This year we concentrated on sustainable series targeted at the worldwide African/Caribbean Diaspora, rather than one-offs. Popular series are what the industry and audiences demand, and our eight (8) producers each delivered excellent series products ranging from children’s animation and sci-fi, to drama and documentary.”

The feedback given has been extremely helpful but as also been motivation to keep moving forward in my career.  The excellent choice of helpful mentors and the feedback from the professionals after my pitch was much needed.  I was especially grateful for the feedback given on my script by the story editor- script writing can be such a solitary process – her professional feedback was a gift.  I hope the program continues to move forward from strength to strength

JULIETTE MCCAWLEY – BITTER FRUIT

Participating in the 2016 CaribbeanTales Incubator was an overwhelmingly positive experience. The combined feedback from incubator mentors help me hone in on the need to figure out my character’s “want,” which drastically improved my project’s story potential as well as my pitch. My biggest takeaway from the program is a heightened sense of  responsibility in light of viewing my career goals within the larger context of building the Caribbean’s film and television industry.

KAFI KAREEM FARRELL – BIG MAN DAN

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”