Donald Glover & Rihanna’s Movie Guava Island Is Now Streaming for Free

Michael Prieve 2 Min Read
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Guava Island
Photo by Amazon Studios

Following Childish Gambino’s headlining Coachella performance, Donald Glover, the rapper-actor’s film project with co-star Rihanna has finally been released and will be available online.

Guava Island is free on Amazon Prime for 18 hours, starting at midnight PT on April 13. The film will also air on Twitch and Coachella’s YouTube live stream.

Additionally, right before the free period ends on Amazon Prime Video, the movie will stream on two other platforms, for an even more limited time, also for free: Guava Island will stream one time on both Coachella’s YouTube channel and on the gaming live-stream site Twitch starting at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern.

Guava Island
Photo by Amazon Studios

The film–directed by Donald Glover’s frequent collaborator, Hiro Murai–is an hour-long thriller about a musician who sets out to throw a festival for his island community.

The film also stars stars Black Panther’s Letitia Wright.

The secretive project was initially teased last November at Glover’s PHAROS festival in New Zealand.

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Glover 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 favorite projects I’ve ever worked on.”

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