Rahe-Wanitanama is an Indigenous-Caribbean artist-filmmaker based in Bimini (Florida) and Yamayeka/Iamaica (Jamaica), of mixed Yamaye Taíno and Maroon descent. Her work spans investigative-documentary and experimental works, especially focused on language-culture activism of Western Jamaica. Shown at Tribeca Film Center, Anthology Film Archives, DCTV and the Smithsonian. Featured in Folklife Magazine, TODAY, B&H Explora, and New Orleans Film Society Journal. Affiliation: Dolphin Head, Hanover, Jamaica. Her current projects include Arihuna (Foreigner), an unscripted series which centers around her matrilineal family connections in Dolphin Head, created with support from Oolite Arts, Miami Film Festival and a Third Horizon Fellowship.