The award winning Jamaican/ Canadian indie movie “Destiny” continued its historical sweep on Monday March 30, 2015, at the Miramar Cultural Center in Miramar Florida, as the movie made its U.S premiere to a capacity filled theater. Hosted by Miramar’s Vice Mayor Yvette Colbourne and organized by Riddims Marketing, Inc., “Destiny” attracted South Florida’s media, entertainment personalities, corporate executives, elected officials and members of the general public.
With an on time 8pm start “Destiny” hit the screen to loud cheers and applauses, as the movie took the audience members on a nostalgic ride with picturesque scenes of Jamaica highlighted by familiar sights such as, an Air Jamaica aircraft landing at the Palisadoes Airport. As the movie continued, the audience had expressive reactions to the appearance of popular Jamaican personalities and could be heard singing along to the catchy hook lines of the music from the Clive Hunt produced soundtrack. “Destiny” struck all the right chords with audience members who had positive comments at the end of the movie.
“Destiny” is scheduled to open to general audiences in select theatres in New York, South Florida, Chicago, Atlanta, DC and Hartford within the coming weeks. The U.S. Premiere of Destiny was sponsored by The City of Miramar, The Miramar Cultural Center, The Jamaica Tourist Board, Tuff Gong Pictures and Caribbean Airlines.