• One Love

    2003 | 1:50
    R

    A rasta musician meets a gospel singer when they both enter a music contest in Kingston Jamaic. They fall for each other but are kept apart by the Girl's father the Pastor, who wants her to marry into the church.

    Country: Jamaica

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  • the harder they come

    1972 | 2:12
    PG

    Wishing to become a successful Reggae singer, a young Jamaican man finds himself tied to corrupt record producers and drug pushers.

    Country: Jamaica

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  • The Fosters (Trailer)

    1976 | 2:32
    G

    The Fosters invite a poor neighbour to Samuel Foster supper, but what is her meat loaf made with? The first sitcom written both for and starring black actors, The Fosters showcased the early work of Lenny Henry (riding high on a recent win in talent series New Faces) as the budding artist son of easygoing family man Samuel Foster (Norman Beaton, who would go on to gain fame in '90s comedy Desmond's). The series follows the day-to-day trials of Samuel and his lively wife Pearl (both immigrants from Guyana) and their three children on a South London housing estate.

    Country: Jamaica, United Kingdom

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  • Join the two Rousseau sisters Suzanne and Michelle as they travel Jamaica, interviewing personalities and exploring unique tastes and sites. Aunty May's Fish Place at Hellshire Beach and even get to lend a hand in preparing their seafood dish.

    Country: Jamaica

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  • A myKEEtv original series, Caribbean Roots is a riveting comedic drama series about Caribbean life in Hollywood. The show is infused with tear-jerking stories of triumph, love, defeat and humor. Log on to myKEEtv.com for showtimes.

    Country: Jamaica

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  • Home Again (Trailer)

    2013 | 1:37
    R

    Three strangers' lives collide in surprising ways when each is deported to their native Jamaica and forced to start anew on the punishing, unforgiving streets of Kingston. Marva (Tatyana Ali, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air), a single mother from Toronto, struggles to cope with being ripped from her children. Everton (Stephan James, Degrassi: The Next Generation), an irresponsible British teen, desperately awaits word of his court appeal. Dunston (Lyriq Bent, the Saw franchise), a New Yorker, tries to escape his criminal past. CCH Pounder (Avatar, The Shield) costars in this "harrowingly believable" (The Toronto Star) drama from award-winning director Sudz Sutherland

    Country: Jamaica

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  • Kingston Paradise (Trailer)

    2013 | 2:17
    14A

    Finding himself stuck in the violent ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica, a sympathetic street hustler (Christopher “Johnny” Daley) devises a daring but not-so-clever plan to steal a fancy sports car, right under the owner’s nose, after which things rapidly go downhill… until he finds himself at rock bottom and begins to realize that he has to change in order to fulfill his dreams.... 90mins.

    Country: Jamaica

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  • For a real life slice of Jamaican history pay a visit to Black River. The town grew up on the banks of the Black River and is one of the oldest in Jamaica. Black River found much wealth during the logwood boom, a wealth which was lavishly displayed in the town's buildings. The historic district of the town was declared a Protected National Heritage District in 1999. However, Black River is not without some natural wonders.

    Country: Jamaica
    Creators: Courtesy Tourist Board Of Jamaica

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  • In Montego Bay, Scotchies has the name recognition, the history, and the lead claim to the best jerk joint around. No question, Scotchies has some great jerk, and the recently upgraded eatery along the main highway connecting Jamaica’s north shore resort areas offers a nice courtyard setting with shaded palapas and reggae sounds to accompany your meal. Nothing too fancy, however: the chairs are still made from old 55-gallon drums.

    Country: Jamaica
    Creators: Courtesy Of Scotchie's Restaurant, Mobay

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