Roland ‘RemBunction’ Yearwood validates his creative versatility with acting roles in two films scheduled to air at this year’s Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (TTFF). In the highly anticipated Caribbean film "Sally's Way", he plays the role of Dan the Taxi Driver. The story is that of an orphaned twelve year old girl (Sally) who is battling and overcoming many social issues including bullying and poverty. As is evident in his music, RemBunction’s character is awash with depth and humanity as he takes on the role of a surrogate uncle who supports Sally in any way he can on her journey. This film directed by Joanne Gail Johnson has been selected for many international screenings including The Caribbean Tales International Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, and Seattle’s Children International Festivaland is nominated for Best Local Feature Film (fiction) at TTFF15. It boasts a talented cast that includes Alyssa Highly, Eunice Alleyne, Patti-Anne Ali, Hansley Ajodha Conrad Parris, Marie Chan Durity, Sarah De Gale, and Alliana Isaac.
In his second role, RemBunction takes on the supporting character of Soul Boy in the much publicized Bollywood Film, ‘Bazodee’. RemBunction holds his own among an elite cast that includes Indian television super star, Kabir Bedi; Soca Artiste, Machel Montano and British actress, Natalie Perera. This story about forbidden love is directed by the award winning, Todd Kessler (of Blues Clues fame) and is also nominated for Best Local Feature Film (fiction) at TTFF15. For more information and showtimes for both movies visit www.ttfilmfestival.com