The National Library and Information System Authority (NALIS) is a dynamic network, innovative, business-like, customer focused and community-oriented organisation, offering information services to the nation and the world.
The CaribbeanTales Annual Film Festival is a Toronto-based festival showcasing the best of Caribbean cinema, at home and abroad, classical and creole, digital and celluloid.
The TTFC is designed to develop the national film industry, through the provision of service and support to all stakeholders within the film/audiovisual industry and various communities.
C.A.N. is a network of stakeholders including producers, distributors, educators, broadcasters, film festivals and film commissioners, whose goal is to promote and strengthen the audiovisual industry in the Caribbean.
AnimaeCaribe was founded to raise the awareness of animation and technology in the Caribbean, and provide an outlet for young, innovative animators in the Caribbean and exposes their talents to a wider audience.
The Caribbean Film Corner seeks to promote regional co-operation in film, as well as show the world the uniqueness of Caribbean cinema.
ARC Magazine is a quarterly Caribbean art and culture print magazine published out of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The Caribbean Review of Books (CRB) is a bimonthly online magazine covering Caribbean literature and arts.