'Dinner' by Tameka Jarvis-George
Dinner is the screen adaptation of one of Tameka Jarvis-George's poems of the same name. It was originally written after a moment of home sickness, while she studied in Toronto.
Dinner is a sultry poem/movie that chronicles two young lovers on their quest to get home after a hard days work, to spend time with each other and have Dinner. It was produced by Tameka and Cinque Productions, and directed by Christopher Hodge, who managed to capture the sights, sounds and tastes of Antigua, mixed in with Tameka's tantalizing lyrics. Dinner was released in 2011 and has been screened at the Jamaica Reggae Film Festival, Caribbean Tales Film Festival in Barbados and the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival.
Dinner is an superb video presenting a youthful slice of Antiguan life at it's most beautiful: exploring relationships, sensuality, food and desire in all its irresistible simplicity." — Robby Breadner, 365antigua.com