Moving Parts Review - Pleasure TT

Moving Parts tells a story not often told. It seeks to give audiences a glimpse of life from the perspective of persons who are smuggled into Trinidad and Tobago as well as persons who fall prey to human trafficking. That focus on these invisible groups is laudable, especially at a time when the world is alight with debate over the role of immigrants.

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Ask Not What Festivals Can Do For You….

As filmmakers, we sometimes get so concerned with what film festivals can do for us and for our films that we forget about what our films can do for the festivals, and more importantly, for their local audiences. 

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Moving Parts Moves to Post-Production

CreativeTT | 11 July, 2016

If you’re in the local filmmaking circuit, you must know Emilie Upczak. The Trinidad-based, American-born filmmaker just wrapped her debut feature, Moving Parts, a personal drama that maps the story of one woman’s journey and her integration into a new environment. The film, which deals with the sensitive topic of human trafficking in the Caribbean, boasts a cast and crew of local and international talent.

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'Moving Parts' kicks off Trinidad & Tobago shoot

ScreenDaily | 7 June, 2016

Production is underway in the Caribbean island nation on the personal drama from Trinidad-based, US director Emilie Upczak.

Moving Parts charts the story of one woman’s journey and her integration into a new environment, ultimately recounting how she found her way back to herself.

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