SELEBRASYON! is the first festival of its kind. Join us MAY 18 – JUNE 30 in NYC for a cultural celebration of everything Haitian, Caribbean, Latin American, African American, and everything in between. Diverse communities come together to experience film, dance, music, poetry, and art all across the best city in the world. Beginning on […]
Montrealer Kaveh Nabatian relishes his work teaching the students of Ciné Institute, Haiti’s only film school BY T’CHA DUNLEVY MONTRÉAL — For a guy headed back to Haiti in just over 12 hours, Kaveh Nabatian was pretty relaxed on Monday afternoon. He offered me a glass of rum — who was I to refuse? — […]
Kehinde Wiley is a New York-based portrait painter, who is known for his highly naturalistic paintings featuring people of color in vivid florals and regal poses reminiscent of old master painters. Kehinde is here in Jacmel doing research and model casting for his next painting series which will focus on the young people and artists […]
Globetops, an organization charged with recycling and re-distributing laptops to educational projects globally, is partnering with Ciné Institute to secure 40 laptops for our first computer lab. Laptops are essential to our school and our students, enabling them to learn, produce films, create media content, and develop critical skills that are put to use through […]
In partnership with Artists for Peace and Justice and We Are the World Foundation, Ciné Institute’s sister college, Audio Institute: We Are the World School of Music and Audio Engineering, launched its inaugural class on October 1st! Together, Ciné Insitute and Audio Institute are Artists Institute.
What does Deborah Soleyman ask of her friends? ” This year no shoes, no diamonds, no gifts, only your genorosity” and turns her 35th birthday in Geneva into fundraiser for Ciné Institute. Thank you Deborah!