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Last Street

World Premiere

DIRECTED BY Amanda Sans Pantling

Country: Jamaica, Spain
Language: English, Jamaican English

Running Time: 61min
Film Year: 2019
Category: Documentary Achievement Award

Chaos reigns in the Western area of Jamaica’s capital city, Kingston, and teenagers are killing each other for any little reason. These are the effects of the controversial extradition of Christopher “Dudus” Coke to the US in 2010, after being the leader of the area’s biggest drug gang for 18 years. Coke inherited his father’s drug business in 1992, and soon became a celebrated figure in West Kingston. Thus, it was only 18 years later that police was able to arrest him on drug charges and extradite him to the US — an event that shook the very foundation West Kingston was built on.

At the core of the incremental bloodshed associated with drug trafficking, hyper masculinity and lack of gun control, a group of former gangsters from Denham Town, Coke’s previous stronghold, have taken it upon themselves to become violence interrupters. Last Street chronicles their attempt to put an end to the senseless cycle of violence they find themselves born into.



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Director: Amanda Sans Pantling
Producer: Tammy Hart
Screenwriter: Amanda Sans Pantling
Executive Producer: Tammy Hart, Amanda Sans Pantling
Production Company: Tammy Hart

Music: Vybz Kartel
Cinematographer: Darren Scott
Editor: Juliana Montañés

Cast: Neilly Blacks, Milton Tomlinson, Rasheed, Boom Boom

Amanda Sans Pantling

Amanda Sans Pantling is a director, screenwriter and producer based in Barcelona and Jamaica. She specializes in directing and writing documentaries and docu-series. Sans made her directorial debut with the series Una vida por delante (2005), and has continued writing and directing documentary films for cinema and TV among them Songs of Redemption (2013), awarded at multiple film festivals. Last Street(2018) is her latest film, and the fourth one shot in Jamaica.