The Timehri Film Festival (TFF) is an annual Guyanese and Caribbean film festival aimed at showcasing the work of Guyanese and Caribbean filmmakers in the Region and Diaspora. The Festival is presented by Third Horizon, a Miami-based Caribbean film organization.

This year's Festival will be held in October, and will feature a full slate of short and feature length films from Guyanese and Caribbean filmmakers.

You will be able to watch films in-person as well as view them online.

1. Short films, no longer than 30 mins
2. Music videos styled as short films
3. Feature Length films, 45 mins or longer
4. Made after January 1, 2022
5. Made (1) in or about Guyana or by a filmmaker of Guyanese heritage; (2) in or about the Caribbean and Caribbean Indigenous communities, or by Indigenous filmmakers.
6. Documentaries, narratives, animations are all welcome
7. Submissions to include
a. Synopsis
b. Credits
c. Key Art - poster and production stills or screen shots (high resolution images)
d. Film - as a high resolution .mp4 or .mov file
e. Trailer/Teaser (if there is one) - as a high resolution .mp4 or .mov file
f. Filmmaker bio and profile pic

Overall Rating

    Given the set back that the team must have indeed suffered due to COVID- 19, communication was still awesome, along with the overall execution of the festival. I am proud for my production to have been selected and to have a seat with other excellent Caribbean films!

    June 2020
  • And we Unfold

    Elodie and myself were really honoured that our film was selected for this festival. Although I was unable to attend I was kept up to date and the excellent publicity made up for this!

    November 2019