Author and Ciné Institute advisory board member, Edwidge Danticat, speaks with PBS NewsHour’s Jeffrey Brown about her new book “Claire of the Sea Light”.
Richard Widmaïer, CEO of Radio and Télé Metropole, came to Ciné Institute to talk about Haiti’s media industries, the importance of hard work, and ingeniuty. Richard Widmaïer is the grandson of 1950s Haitian film and radio pioneer Ricardo Widmaïer, and the great grandson of Radio and Télé Metropole’s founder Herbert Widmaïer, this family has stood up for […]
So proud of our Ciné Institute student Myriam Nelson! Watch Myriam discuss her film, Ensèl, at the Nantucket Film Festival. The event was co-presented by our generous supporters, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Under the patronage of Raoul Peck, Ciné Institute graduates, Pierre Lucson Bellegarde and Donald Charles, attended in Cannes Film Festival 2013 and participated in Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde for Pierre Bellegarde’s film Carmen. Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde is a joint initiative between the French Institute, the International Organisation of La Francophonie and the Audiovisuel Extérieur de […]
Africa Interactive, a media production company based in the Netherlands and Kenya, contracted our Ciné Services department to assist in providing documentary footage of a computer program currently operating in Léogâne, Haiti. Africa Interactive works with local media professionals worldwide and aims to produce content with a social objective primarily focusing on the developing world. Ciné Institute […]
Every Mother Counts and Midwives for Haiti have teamed up to increase the number of skilled birth attendants available to assist pregnant women in Haiti. The 2010 earthquake destroyed the main training hospital serving Haiti’s only midwifery school in Port-au-Prince. MFH teaches Haitians the midwifery skills that turn them into skilled birth attendants. Because of a lack of […]