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Cayman Islands film-maker Frank E. Flowers has landed a deal with streaming giant Netflix to direct a major feature film based on the islands. He told the Compass he hopes to shoot the big budget blockbuster on these shores.
Film lovers, take note. Poinciana returns to Camana Bay Cinema with the Poinciana Film Festival on Nov. 3 for one night only. Enjoy an evening of Caymanian cinema, music and art while learning about local filmmakers and their craft.
Local filmmaker Frank E. Flowers is a native son of whom the islands are very proud. His full-length feature film “Haven,” starring the likes of Orlando Bloom, Zoe Saldana and Anthony Mackie, brought the magic of Hollywood to Cayman, with the cast reuniting for CayFilm 2016 at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.
When movie director Frank E. Flowers returned to the Cayman Islands to shoot his latest project, he had one small problem – where to find a decent mermaid.
Considering the small size of the Cayman Islands, a significant number of local musicians, artists and models have made waves in the international markets.
In the wake of the recent death of Hollywood actor Bill Paxton at age 61, Caymanian filmmaker, director and screenwriter Frank E. Flowers reflected on his association with the star of his locally made film, “Haven,” in 2004.
Hollywood star Victor Rasuk spent a month undercover at John Gray High School years ago to prepare for his role as a lovable teenage rogue in the movie “Haven,” the actor told fans during a packed gala at the opening of the CayFilm festival.
Zoe Saldana is no stranger to Caribbean life, as her family moved to the Dominican Republic when she was 10 and spent seven years there before moving back to her home country of America.
Featuring 200 films from more than 50 countries, the Cayman International Film Festival gets under way Friday night with a special screening of the only feature film to be shot entirely on these shores.
Movie actress Zoe Saldana, who is in Cayman for this weekend’s CayFilm festival, visited staff and contractors at a South Sound construction site on Tuesday to promote bone marrow donation registration.
CayFilm 2016 is just around the corner, from July 1-4, bringing film screenings, workshops, seminars and star-studded parties to Cayman’s shores.
This year, proceeds from one of Cayman’s biggest sporting events, the Flowers One Mile Sea Swim, will go to a cause that is especially...
Eve Flowers, community volunteer and organizer of the popular Flowers Sea Swim Eve, passed away Wednesday after a year-long battle with leukemia. She was 62.
A decade after the release of his debut feature film, “Haven,” writer-director Frank E. Flowers is bringing some of the cast and crew of the movie back to the island for the Cayman International Film Festival.