Andros Film and Feedback!

Here we present the award winning film “Andros: Living off the Land and Sea.”

Afterwards let us know what you think with this survey.

 

 

We made it several years ago, but there always seems to be a demand to see it again. We would love to make more films like this, and you can help us figure out what works and what doesn’t.  What island would make a great film? Take the survey and leave us a comment!

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Most of the great music in the film is from Andros! Elon Moxey and Joseph Spence in particular, plus many of the old hymnals.

This film was made with a lot of help from the local people and businesses, and The Nature Conservancy, The Andros Conservancy and Trust, and the Bahamas National Trust.

Features: crabbing, bonefishing, sponging, spearfishing, birding, blue holes and more! So much to see and do in our ‘backyard’!

Old Nassau! Vintage Colour Film

Some old 8mm and 16mm footage of Nassau from the late 1950s. Home made, but in color!

The song is by Blind Blake and His Royal Victorians.

If you recognize any of the lost places let us know here: http://www.conchsaladtv.com/?p=987&preview=true

Eleuthera #1: The Island

Eleuthera, a four part story brought to you by Behind the Mask. This first video focuses on the beauty found on the island of Eleuthera, from flowers to fishing to friendly faces. Known for its long stretches of beach and the glass window bridge where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean, Eleuthera is definitely a unique island paradise!

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Ain’t Got No More Lip

Find out about the status of conch in The Bahamas and get some ideas about to make sure its still around for the next generation. We want to hear what you think, make sure to comment!

This video was produced by Community Conch in support of the National Conchservation Campaign led by the Bahamas National Trust.

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The Sperrit

Ready for Junkanoo?  Catch “The Sperrit” Jordan Darville’s documentary that follows the team “One Family” as they detail their history and the history of the festival, while dealing with internal struggles and rival squads. The film also touches on the problems Bahamian society faces, and how Junkanoo may be inadvertently contributing to them.  Let us know if you’ve got something we should be showcasing.

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