Atlanta-Based Filmmaker from Trinidad Featured at the 14th Annual Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival

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Chris Scott is a native of Port of Spain, Trinidad and the Atlanta-based filmmaker is the Executive Producer behind the movie, Breakthrough.

Her feature length film is scheduled to be shown at this year’s Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (APA, 4.30pm, APA, Room 02, followed by a panel discussion).

Scott is the founder and president of Trinity Performing Arts Academy in Atlanta, Georgia and is credited with writing, producing and directing several plays. Scott has also produced and directed classic stage plays such as; A Raisin in the SunLivin’ Fat and A Soldier’s Play (original work of the Oscar-nominated, A Soldier’s Story).

Scott has received co-producing credit for the box-office feature, Making Moves, which premiered at Regal Cinema in Atlanta, GA in 2016.

Chris is the Executive Producer of SoReal Productions, where she directs and produces short films and documentaries.  She is an acting coach, motivational speaker and ordained minister dedicated to making faith-based films.

In 2015, she was named and awarded as one of, “Atlanta’s Most Aspiring.”  Scott whose heart is also guided by her birthplace, returned in 2018 to support families in distress following devastating floods in Trinidad. See more at SFLcn.

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