Film maker produces mini documentary series on Dominica

A scene from the miniseries
A scene from the miniseries

One Canadian film maker, with roots in Dominica, has begun a journey to document Dominica and all that comes with it, in a span of 180 days.

In her mini documentary series entitled ‘180 Days in Dominica’, Keasha Warrington, aims to showcase “a Canadian’s view on a beautiful, but rather unfamiliar island in the Caribbean to tourists and viewers all over the internet.”

Keasha Warrington is the producer of the miniseries
Keasha Warrington is the producer of the miniseries

The episodes, which are being released on YouTube, will feature Dominica’s culture, food, nature, nationals and celebrations such as Independence and Carnival.

Being half Dominican, but also new to the island, the documentary’s creator is an outsider trying to gain an inside point of view by embarking on a local experience. She has a background in broadcast and a passion for travel. Combining the two has always been an ideal for the young entrepreneur.

Two episodes of the documentary series has been released on YouTube with the help of local videographer, Lisle Bruney. The episodes are: 180 Days in Dominica Ep2: Nature Island and 180 Days in Dominica Ep1: Independence.

See episodes one and two below.

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  1. Anonymous
    December 21, 2014

    This is the link to Episode 2:

  2. Neutral
    December 20, 2014

    Could someone tell me where I could view the episodes. Thank you.

  3. discovery
    December 20, 2014


  4. soutcityboyi
    December 20, 2014

    DNO a bit more background on this talented young lady would help.

  5. george Fontaine
    December 19, 2014

    Good idea but too many of the, “small little island “, “British island”, “parish of Mahaut”, etc…

    December 19, 2014

    BELLERZ!!! good job I will be paying attention!

  7. Thor
    December 19, 2014

    Ms. Keasha Warrington:
    We are always very interested in people who are connected to us. Please tell us a little more about your connection to Dominica. I know this is about the film, but if you could tell us whether it was your father or mother who is Dominican, what village they came from etc. That would round out the story considering this was posted on a Dominican website.

  8. the is a better way
    December 19, 2014

    by the way,that is not how to get up on a Dumper truck. the best way is to climb on the wheel,ofcours the trucck MUST be STOP and not rolling for obvious reason

    • KoKo Naughts
      December 19, 2014

      That I checking there too wii. Because that is just a strong paytay tete waiting to happen de way de person child bachaying there.
      P.S. I miss those days riding behind dumper eh. smh :(

    • Neutral
      December 20, 2014

      Get a life.

  9. Martha
    December 19, 2014

    these episodes are amazing! very talented young lady

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