A Fine and Well-Crafted Story That Is Highly Enjoyable Brilliant in Conception and Execution Contact Us A Fine and Well-Crafted Story That Is Highly Enjoyable Brilliant in Conception and Execution Contact Us A Film About the First Indian that Arrived in Guyana About Synopsis A film inspired by the history of Indians in Guyana. Learned by a young American girl as it is passed down from generation to generation. Trailer Cast & Crew Candasi Johnson Alex Wayne [African Plantation Worker] KC Kennedy [Plantation Owner] Jagmohan ‘Kaysho’ Surujballie [Indian Plantation Worker] Pandit Ramdular Singh [Aaja] Satwika Reddy [Grand-Daughter] Upcoming Screenings St. John's University Queens, New York 8000 Utopia Pkwy, Jamaica, NY 11439 Date: April 20, 2020 Time: Coming Soon! Donation: Coming Soon! John Elliott Theatre Brampton, Ontario 9 Church St, Georgetown, ON L7G 2A3, Canada Date: May 18, 2020 Time: Coming Soon! Donation: Coming Soon! Past Screenings Jamaica, Queens Maharshi Dayananda Gurukula NA 93-37 150th Street Jamaica NY 11435 Date: September 28, 2019 Time: 1pm Donation: $10 Hindu Charities Inc Senior Center 118-09 Sutter Ave South Ozone Park 11420 Date: August 3, 2019 Time: 1pm Donation: $10 Contact: Norleen or Dilma (718) 323-8900 Clarksville, MD The Maryland Hindu Milan Mandir & Cambridge Academy Alumni Association International River Hill High School 12101 Clarksville Pike, Clarksville MD 21029 Date: July 27, 2019 @ 5 pm TIckets: Adults -$20 Kids- $10 Includes Dinner and Cultural Presentation Info: Indira (240) 535-5496; Hemant (301) 529-2523; Trevin (301) 908-2227; Desiree (301) 437-2810 Buy Tickets The Buzz Sunanda Dhanna, Thandavam Culture and Arts Inc. "Brilliant initiative! Thanks to the efforts of your team, our future generations can interact with their past in a way that is compelling and inspiring. This movie will be etched in history!" Avirodh Sharma, Globalstan Records “Mesmerizing, and Enthralling. The struggle our ancestors went through so that we can live a better life today. #neverforget" "Echos From The Plantation" Sending Echoes Through Townsend Harris On January 18, an intimate screening of the Guyanese documentary-drama film “Echos From the Plantation” was held from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM in the auditorium and was open to the public. The word “echos” in the title is intentionally misspelled to represent a single resonating echo instead of a group of many “echoes.” The film commemorates 180 years of Indians in Guyana, narrating a rich history taught from generation to generation until it reaches a young Indian Guyanese girl. Mahadeo Shivraj, Mahadeo Shivraj Productions Inc. To take the story of our ancestors that is so old and yet make it seem new, interesting and captivating is good craftmanship. A job well done by the director. Full Article Gallery Contact Name*Email* Message This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.