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From the crystal blue water of Stingray City to the white expanse of the Arctic circle, Michael Maes has covered many miles in his...
A documentary film about the pressures of development on the marine environment of the Cayman Islands will be screened at the movie theater at Camana Bay, Saturday.
“The Black Line,” a documentary featuring Cayman Olympic swimmers, brothers Brett and Shaune Fraser, will be screened this weekend at the CayFilm International Film Festival. Shaune Fraser is also the film’s co-executive producer.
Facing fears, from swimming with sharks to talking to a room full of strangers, is the inspiring theme of a new documentary by Cayman Islands-based filmmaker Michael Maes.
All the fuss over the recent BBC documentary should not be about its content but rather how we managed to get “spun” so easily by a journalist yet again.
The BBC’s documentary on the Cayman Islands, “Britain’s Trillion Pound Island” showed off some of the island’s natural beauty to viewers in the U.K. But not everyone watching from Cayman, including some of the people featured in the show, were too impressed.