Haiti

  • Gessica Geneus – Freda (2021)

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    Freda lives with her family in a popular neighborhood in Haiti. They survive with their little street food shop. The precariousness and violence of their daily life push them to do everything they can to escape their situation.Read More »

  • Raoul Peck – Assistance mortelle AKA Fatal Assistance (2013)

    Haitian born filmmaker Raoul Peck takes us on a 2-year journey inside the challenging, contradictory and colossal rebuilding efforts in post-earthquake Haiti.Read More »

  • Louis Henderson & Olivier Marboeuf – Ouvertures (2019)

    Reflecting on the legacy of Haitian revolutionary Toussaint L’Ouverture, follows a collective’s process of translating Édouard Glissant’s play Monsieur Toussaint from French to Creole.Read More »

  • Raoul Peck – Moloch Tropical (2009)

    In a fortress perched on the top of a mountain, a “democratically elected” President and his closest collaborators are getting ready for a state celebration. Foreign chiefs of state and dignitaries of all sorts are expected. But in the morning of the event, he wakes up to find the country inflamed the streets in turmoil. As the day goes on, rebellion worsens. Meanwhile, expected guests are withdrawing from the party one after another… Despite the situation, the President does not want to face reality and refuses to resign. Overwhelmed, he plunges into a deep mental confusion as the events follow their course.Read More »

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