“I had the pleasure of training with Pauline for two years. She runs the same way she writes—without fear. It’s time for the world to know Pauline Davis.” – Donovan Bailey, two-time Olympic champion & three-time world champion

“Davis debuts with an exhilarating look at her remarkable life and career, from her youth in the Bahamas to her success across five Olympic games.  This tale of determination will enthrall athletes and humanists alike.” – Publishers Weekly

“I have known Pauline for years and have always admired her—not only for her athletic success, but also for her determination and refusal to quit on her dreams.” -Michael Johnson, American sprinting legend & four-time Olympic gold medalist

“A great read! I truly loved this book. I couldn’t put it down! I give it two ‘hooves’ up! Very well written, the paper is high quality, and I will be ordering more for Christmas gifts!” – Review for ‘Pigs of Paradise’

“Pauline Davis is a brilliant example of Bahamian excellence and perseverance.”  – Lenny Kravitz, multiple Grammy Award-winning artist

‘Pigs of Paradise’ returns home after world tour

The film based on the world-famous swimming pigs has arrived back home in The Bahamas, continuing its world tour after stops in Fort Lauderdale and the Cannes International Film Festival in Southern France.

On Saturday, Pigs of Paradise screened to a sold-out crowd at the Island House Cinema.

Charlie Smith, the director of the film, participated in a question and answer period with the audience, alongside Peter Nicholson, the executive producer, and author T.R. Todd, who wrote the book on which the film is based.

Screenings at Island House will continue today. A theatrical release is also planned with Galleria Cinemas beginning in July.

“It is really important to us that all Bahamians have an opportunity to see this film,” said Charlie Smith, the owner of Earthbeat Films.

“At its heart, this is a Bahamian story. The swimming pigs have become globally known. They are a point of pride for many people, not just in Exuma but other islands in The Bahamas. So it is a true honor to show the film where it all started.”

You can read the rest of the article in the Nassau Guardian here.