With Leda Serene Films (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
2. A Winter Tale (2007)
100 min | Drama
Shots ring out one winter night, and a bullet meant for a local dealer kills a child. In the aftermath of shock, Gene, a 40 something social worker starts a Black men's support group, at the local Caribbean Takeaway Restaurant.
3. Speak Like a Child (1998)
77 min | Drama
A married couple meets up with an old friend. It is revealed that the three had become close friends at a home for children. Flashbacks develops their relationship and their sharing of ... See full summary »
4. What My Mother Told Me (1995)
57 min | Drama
Exquisitely beautiful and profoundly moving, What My Mother Told Me is a dramatic journey towards self discovery. The story focuses on Jesse, a young woman from England, who goes to ... See full summary »
7. Heart Beat (2007–2008)
30 min | Documentary, Music
Heart Beat is a 13xhalf hour documentary series that profiles Canadian-Caribbean musicians and explores the hearts, minds, and worlds of some of Canada's most dynamic musical creators.
8. Memsahib Rita (1994 TV Short)
18 min | Drama, Family, Fantasy
Using magic realism, Memsahib Rita looks at the physical and emotional violence of racism. Shanti is haunted by both the racist taunts of nationalist white youths and the memory of her white mother.
9. Reunion: West Indian Women at War (1993 TV Movie)
29 min | Documentary
In 1943 300 middle class "coloured" women from across the West Indies were recruited to the ATS, a branch of the British Army. This documentary documents for the first time the contribution of these women to WW2.
12. Get Me to the Crematorium (1996)
20 min | Drama, Short
Dani Williamson's Get Me to the Crematorium on Time is a moving portrait of undying love and grief. When her husband of twenty years dies, Bonetta is overcome by her loss and is taken to a ... See full summary »
Siren Spirits (1994– )
White Men Are Cracking Up
20 min | Drama
Ngozi Onwurah's White Men Are Cracking Up uses a murder mystery to explore the legacies of British colonialism and the exoticization of Black women.
Literature Alive (2005–2006)
60 min | Documentary
The film follows Ramabai Espinet to launch her novel The Swinging bridge in her hometown of San Fernando Trinidad. What begins as a simple nostalgic journey, becomes a fascinating exploration of a brilliant writer's imagination.