The Skin

About The Skin: Caribbean Mythology, set in Antigua & Barbuda a young couple encounter strange occurrences after they find and sell an ancient artefact. Written and directed by Howard Allen produced by Mitzi Allen. Executive Producers HAMAFilms, Antigua.

Take a peek behind the scenes at the making of HAMAFilms Antigua latest production, The Skin.

Check out photos of the production in the Photo Gallery.


47 thoughts on “The Skin”

  1. Every Caribbean needs to purchase a copy of this film –
    to view from time to time just for the pleasure and pride it gives
    to show to others from the Caribbean to encourage fellow Caribbean creators,
    to show off to others who are not from the Caribbean
    and to own a copy of this film as part of building a personal library of Caribbean heritage.
    This film says to the world, we Caribbean people, “we likkle but we tallawah”!

  2. Is this available to buy or download?

    • hamafilmsantigua said:

      Yes it is please visit our Facebook page HAMAfilms, Antigua for details on how you can purchase our films.

  3. I have heard of this film for over a year now and have been awaiting its release. Where can I purchase a copy?

  4. Is there going to be a Caribbean tour? Will it be shown in Barbados?

  5. Where in NY are you playing and what are the dates?
    Thanks would love to see the movie.

  6. When and where in Toronto can i see this flim?

  7. I am absolutely thrilled that this was a success……I think that you guys should be knighted for your work in the film industry!!!! Can’t wait to see it.

  8. I just saw it and it was absolutely riveting!!! I loved it!!

  9. Jesseca Brann said:

    I saw the actual film last night and can only offer praise. I loved it!! I am allowing myself to be shallow in this comment because long complex adjectives just don’t seem right…. It was simply beautiful… ( in a terrorizing manner)

  10. Jhavline said:

    great movie…..fantastic!!!!

  11. I’m so proud of you guys and the progress you have been making over the years! True dedication and passion are what you put into this art form that you love so much and it shows. Best wishes for the future and I will be following and spreading the word.

  12. Sean BlueMango said:

    Big Up! HAMAfilms trailer def is engaging. Will def look out for project’s release and support your talents at the box office. Hope you’re also entering int’l film festivals, that’s how we get to see the world that exists beyond those glitzy Hollywood studios.

  13. jackie lawrence said:

    i would like to buy some of the movies. thank you

  14. jackie lawrence said:

    I saw paradise view love it I wish I could buy some.

  15. Lisa Wickham said:

    Howard, Mitzi I am sooo excited for you:-)

    Love and positive Vibes

    Lisa W

  16. St.Maarten Proud said:

    Big up,showing the world the caribbean’s got incredible talent in whatever we do.Ya Done know!

  17. as usual we see the top class level that we expect from the HaMa team…..Antiguans are VERY proud of you two and we hope to see alot more of where this excellence comes from. There are many stories to tell about the Caribbean and Antiguan folklore especially. Keep up the good….no EXCELLENT work that you are doing!

  18. Makiba Francis-Jennings said:

    Awesome!!! Can’t wait to see it!
    Keep dreaming the Big Dream…

    Love you lots

  19. well if only you could all have been thare when we were shooting the film ,it was an amazing time ,it was very hot ,but then so was what we got on camera ,i am now back in london and it seems like a dreem ,love to you all jeff stewart aka felix cass ,,,,,,x x ,,,,,,,

  20. Angela Ming Bean said:

    I am so proud of you Aisha Ralph, it was only a matter of time before your extraordinary beauty, intelligence, integrety and talent were realized. The black queen that you are will shine through as brilliant as the sun. I am anxiously awaiting the release of this movie, sounds like a winner!!! love you girl!

  21. Interesting story line, keep up the work.

    Jah Guide.

  22. Your films are the pride of Antigua.
    The level of excellence and professionalism of your productions thus far
    indicate the extreme hours and effort HAMA’s beautiful producers/directors
    devote to their art.

  23. Susan Athill said:

    Can’t wait for this. Very soon, I hope!

  24. Madeline said:

    Hello there, congrats on bringing us some Antiguan folklore…I always enjoy anything HaMa does. I know it will be as entertaining as anything you’ve done before Congrats again

  25. It sounds really creative and thrilling. Would love to see it. Hope it gets on DVD. We need more movies from the Caribbean!

  26. Oh my goodness, i’m scared already, honestly…this is going to be fun, and quite interesting. Looking forward to all the creative that will go along with this.

  27. Wow! How do you do it? make movies all the time, that is!
    Please tell the secrets, because we humble Jamaicans want to copy your success.
    Meantime, just tell us how soon we can see the next chapter in the exciting Hama Films series.

  28. Congratulations!!!!!! LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING THE FILM

  29. Shermaine said:

    Yup, that’s sure to be a hit. Two thumbs up to HaMa. I am sooooo proud of you guys.

  30. Congratulations! this sounds like my kind of movie. Love all that vampire stuff.

  31. I know this is going to be another winner for the HAMA team! Can’t wait to see it. Let me know when DVD is available so I can order! Keep them coming.

  32. Love to see this! And I really like your blog site. Great going. The brief intro reminds me a bit of The Painted Canoe novel. Sure want to see this. Much luck to you! Pat

  33. Wow, this sound very interesting. I would love to see it.

  34. Wildflower said:

    I don’t think Jamaican’s know about Soucouyah? They know bout “duppy”! 🙂 I think that medicine man must be a Haitian or a Dominican or Trini – you sure you not confusin his nationality??!!

    Anyway, I am looking forward to seeing The Skin – hoping it gets air on Caribbean TV networks like CMC/CaribVision, and that we can buy the DVD in our respective islands.

    One Caribbean love..

    • hamaantigua said:

      Jamaican’s have a version of the soucouyant it’s called “old hig.” Our medicine man (actor Carl Bradshaw) know bout ebry ting!

      I’m sure it will get to CaribVision and DVD. Have you seen the other films?


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