2014 | Documentary Feature | Trinidad & Tobago | 74’

Art Connect is a feature length documentary that reveals how art and creativity impacted the lives of "at risk" children, aged twelve to sixteen, living in the disenfranchised and volatile area of Laventille, Trinidad.

The story is told by the children, who had access to different forms of art to express themselves, including cameras so they could film their own stories about their lives. Through their talking, painting, singing, filming and dancing, we are allowed into their world.




Director: Miquel Galofré

Producer: Charlotte Elias

Cinematographer: Miquel Galofré

Editor: Miquel Galofré 

Sound: Kasi Foster




Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival

Best Trinidad and Tobago Feature, 2014

Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival

People’s Choice Award, 2014

MAC Film Festival, Amazon, Brazil

Best Documentary Feature, 2015

World Humanitarian Awards, Jakarta

International Humanitarian Gold Award, 2015

FEMI International Film Festival, Guadeloupe

Best Film, 2015

CINEAID, Austin Texas

Runner Up Best Feature Film, 2015

Caribbean Tales, Toronto

Best Documentary (Honorable Commendation), 2015

The IndieFEST Film Awards, California, USA 

Best Documentary Feature, 2016

OXIFF (International Film Festival), Oxford UK

Best Documentary Feature, 2016

(In)Justice for All Film Festival, Chicago Illinois

Special Recognition: Feature Length Film, 2016

International Movie Awards, Jakarta 

Gold Winner: Documentary Feature, 2016

Barcelona International Film Festival, Spain

Gold Lion Award, 2016

Parallax Film Festival, UK

Best Feature Film, 2016