Don't miss a special roof-top screening of Andrea Arnold's Wuthering Heights tonight at the Carlton Savannah. Arnold's film is as bruised, powerful and relentless as the turmoil that engulfs Heathcliff and Catherine through generations in Bronte's novel. If the film side-steps some of the book's devices, it does so to serve a larger story which, for the first time on the screen in a fictional account, places race centre-stage. This is not just a period film about a bygone era, it is a brooding poem about the state of many things today. UNMISSABLE.
The film will also screen with Adam Low's fine documentary, A Regular Black. FIND out more about the screenings and the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (TTFF) here.