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Barbados, 2008
65 min
Multi-awarded documentary on the incredible journey of the director’s grand-father, who fled Barbados to live free in Africa, but ended up in Apartheid.
Kurt Orderson, a Rastafarian and young filmmaker, from Cape Town, South Africa retrace his great grandfather’s epic journey and legacy, Joseph Orderson, who came from Barbados to Cape Town in the 1890s and was part of the Universal Negro Improvement Association UNIA, founded by the great Marcus Garvey, the father of contemporary Black Nationalism and Pan Africanism.