July 1, 2022

CineFAM launches the LIMITLESS

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CineFAM launches the LIMITLESS Program created by award-winning filmmaker, and CaribbeanTales Media Group founder, Frances-Anne Solomon

Toronto, ON – CineFAM launches the LIMITLESS Program created by award-winning filmmaker, Academy Director Member and CaribbeanTales Media Group founder, Frances-Anne Solomon.  This unique program will develop and promote extraordinary, original works by women and non-binary people of colour whose voices are usually vastly under-represented or marginalized within the Canadian media landscape. In partnership with CaribbeanTales, the CineFAM LIMITLESS Program will help these creatives, guided by established industry mentors, and launch their careers. 

Participants: Suri Parmar, Suki Motoyi, Grace Wang,  Nauzanin Knight, Ana De Lara, Aeyliya Husain, Asis Sethi, Dahlia Fernandes

This is a nine-month program that offers a safe, supportive digital space for its participants to  showcase their work, engage in meaningful discussions, and build connections with like-minded individuals in their field. Thus, supported by the CaribbeanTales/CineFAM Team along with selected mentors, each one will package and present her project  — either a feature film or a television series in development — along with a short proof of concept.  LIMITLESS will fill a critical gap in the Canadian Film Industry by enabling access and integration of women and non-binary creators of Colour.  

“Follow-through is important and access is necessary. The LIMITLESS program helps myself and the CaribbeanTales & CineFam Team to guide and support women and non-binary people of colour creators to see their projects come to fruition and be seen.”    

                            Frances-Anne Soloman    

The Director’s Guild of Canada Ontario District Council is a proud partner of the Limitless Program. DGC Ontario is a provincial labour organization representing over 3000 key creative and operational specialists and their assistants working in the screen based industry.

Learn more about the Limitless participants https://cinefam.ca/limitless-program/ 

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About CaribbeanTales

CaribbeanTales Media Group (CTMG) produces, markets, and sells culturally diverse film and television content from the Caribbean and its wide Diaspora. The group has been founded by award-winning filmmaker and Academy member, Frances-Anne Solomon.  It includes CaribbeanTales Inc, a registered Canadian Charity; CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution, a film distribution entity; CaribbeanTales International Film Festival, now celebrating 17 years; CaribbeanTales-TV , a VOD platform; the Creatives of Colour Incubator, a year-round development and production hub; and CaribbeanTalesFlix, our production arm. 

In 2014, Frances-Anne founded CineFAM, to amplify the voices of women of colour creators 

worldwide – this now includes an annual film festival, a film challenge, and an incubator program.  2020 saw the launch of the inaugural Windrush Caribbean Film Festival, a UK-based/ 

community interest company, co-founded by CaribbeanTales-UK and several amazing local 


Recent award-winning CTMG productions include: HERO – Inspired by the Extraordinary Life & Times of Mr Ulric Cross by Frances-Anne Solomon (Trinidad & Tobago/Canada 2019); Caribbean Girl NYC by Mariette Monpierre (Guadeloupe/Canada 2016); BattleDream Chronicles – A New Beginning by Alain Bidard (Martinique/Canada 2016); and Kingston Paradise by Mary Wells (Jamaica/Canada 2014).­ 

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