Guava Island: Donald Glover and Rihanna’s new film now available on Amazon Prime

The film debuted at Coachella Festival

Jack Shepherd
Saturday 13 April 2019 08:50
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Donald Glover in 'Guava Island'
Donald Glover in 'Guava Island'

Shortly after debuting at Coachella Festival, Guava Island – the new film starring Donald Glover and Rihanna – has been made available to stream on Amazon Prime.

Set in Cuba, the thriller arrived on the streaming service at 8.01am UK time on Saturday (13 April).

Glover – who will headline the festival under his musical moniker Childish Gambino – said of the film: ”I’m really humbled having the opportunity to present something this timely and timeless.

“Between Rihanna and the people of Cuba, this is one of my favourite projects I’ve ever worked on.”

The trailer for Guava Island – directed by Hiro Murai and co-starring Letitia Wright and Nonso Anozie - debuted at Pharos Festival in New Zealand last year.

Murai said: “Guava Island is the end result of four incredible weeks spent in Cuba with some of the most inspiring creative talents I’ve ever met.

“Designers, performers, musicians, and filmmakers came together from all over the world to create this crazy fever dream of a production.”

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