In March 2016, a group of artists and scholars met at York University in Toronto to consider visual arts produced by indenture-descendant creators. Among them were filmmakers Richard Fung and Ian Harnarine, who engaged in a dialogue about their work and responded to inquiries posed by moderator Andil Gosine and others present at the workshop, including Ramabai Espinet and Patricia Mohammed. The conversation focused in particular on Fung's and Harnarine's films centering Indo-Caribbean cultural representation: Fung's 2012 feature-length documentary Dal Puri Diaspora, that traces the origins of the roti, and Harnarine's 2011 Doubles with Slight Pepper, in which Trinidadian street food features in a story about migration and a father-son relationship.

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