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Cassie Quarless, a London-based Grenadian featured in upcoming Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival

September 9, 2016


Generation Revolution is a feature-length documentary film, which follows an exciting new breed of activist organisations as well as the young Londoners that are part of them. It is an official selection of the inaugural Third Horizon Film Festival in Miami, FL. It will be screened at 4:00pm Oct 1st 2016 at the O Cinema Wynwood, 90 NW 29th St, Miami, FL 33127.

Co-directed by London-based Grenadian Cassie Quarless and Usayd Younis, Generation Revolution brings to screen the powerful story of a new generation of black and brown activists who are changing the social and political landscape in the capital and beyond. It vividly chronicles the evolution of its characters as they experience personal and political awakenings, breakthroughs and, at times, disillusionment. The film offers a unique and original glimpse into the rewarding but difficult path that must be trodden in the struggle for personal, social and political liberation.


Jason Fitzroy Jeffers a Miami-based writer and filmmaker from Barbados is the founder of Third Horizon, a collective of Caribbean filmmakers, musicians and artists. This fall, the inaugural Third Horizon Film Festival will be held in Miami, bringing the best in film from the Caribbean and its diaspora to South Florida. It is being coordinated in partnership with the Caribbean Film Academy, a Brooklyn-based not-for-profit organizationis focused on promoting and sharing the art of storytelling through film from the unique perspective of the Caribbean. The Third Horizon Film festival will take place from September 29 to October 2.


cropped-cropped-cropped-realgroundationlogo1.jpgGroundation Grenada is a social action collective which focuses on the use of creative media to assess the needs of our communities, raise consciousness and act to create positive radical growth. Our mission is to provide active safe spaces to incubate new modes of resistance, building from the local to affect regional and international solidarity and change. We pursue our mission online, through our website and social media, and also through live events and special projects in collaboration with local, regional and international artists, activists and institutions. Groundation Grenada’s website supports both local and diasporic voices, acting as an interface to connect people who are hungry for innovative change. We are a co-founder of Grenada Community Library & Resource Centre.

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