More than 200 students from ten primary schools in Arima, were today treated to a special viewing of the blockbuster movie, Blank Panther at the Caribbean Cinemas 8, Trincity Mall.
The viewing was an initiative of Education Minister and Member of Parliament for Arima, Anthony Garcia.
The group of Standard Five Students was selected from the Arima Girls’ Government, Arima Boys’ Government, Arima Boys’ R.C, Arima Girls’ R.C, Arima Hindu Primary, Arima Centenary Primary, Blancisseuse Government Primary, Brasso-Seco R.C, Aripo R.C and Santa Rosa Government Primary Schools.
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams will facilitate a viewing of ‘Black Panther’, at IMAX, Woodbrook, for 354 pupils of schools in East Port of Spain on Wednesday.
A statement by the Police Service says the viewing will take place at 11 am.
The viewing is being made possible through the support of Gregory Aboud, President of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association and Ingrid Jahra of CinemaOne.
The 354 school children will come from nine primary and secondary schools in the area.
Compositor Adrian Nurse, and his visual effects team from the film Blade Runner 2049 got an Academy Award win for “Best Visual Effects” at last Sunday’s show.
The film also won the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, (BAFTA), award for the same category and is one of the critically acclaimed films of the season.
Primary school students from the Diego Martin West constituency enjoyed a viewing of the highly-acclaimed movie Black Panther at the Digicel Imax theatre with Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley yesterday.
The Standard Five students of St Peter’s (Point Cumana) RC, Point Cumana Government, La Puerta Government, St John’s (Diego Martin) Girls RC and Diego Martin Boys RC were brimming with excitement throughout the much-anticipated outing.