photos par Logan Abassi A Jacmel, la Fondation « Festival Film Jakmèl » a mis sur pied, via Ciné Institut, le projet Ciné Lekòl qui offre la possibilité à des jeunes d’apprendre les métiers du cinéma. Pour beaucoup d’entre eux, ce projet est une porte ouverte sur le monde et sur d’innombrables possibilités économiques. Ciné […]
Ciné Institute is partnering with Patricia Benoit, Edwidge Danticat, and Michele Marcelin to produce Stones in The Sun, also known as Ayiti Ayiti. “In the midst of increasing political violence, a young couple, two sisters, and a father and son are driven from Haiti to New York, where they must confront the truths of their interlocked […]
HAITI OPTIMISTE Hosted by Papa Jube, David Belle, Emmanuelle Chiche + Harry Hjardemaal The Bubble Lounge 228 West Broadway Tribeca, NY Wednesday, May 27, 2009 8PM A celebration of the positive aspects of Haiti. This visual and musical event is part of the World Nomads: Haiti Series presented by FIAF. MUSIC BY: Michou, Emily King, […]
World Nomads, FIAF’s annual exploration of transculturalism in the 21st century, returns in May with a focus on Haiti—a country brimming with a rich and vibrant cultural life that is both fiercely original and stunningly universal. Presented in partnership with S.O.B.’S, the PEN World Voices Festival, Ciné Institute, The Maysles Institute, and with the guidance of Jonathan Demme, World Nomads Haiti, […]
Playwright and novelist Gary Victor is one of Haiti’s most read authors. An agronomist by training, Victor has contributed to the world of Haitian arts and letters in every genre, from journalism to novels to plays. His prolific, acclaimed work interlaces an irreverent, satirical perspective on Haitian society with Vodou-inspired magic realism. Gary Victor came to […]
Learning through educational audiovisual programming. Targetting 2,000 students each month, Ciné Klas provides media education for Jacmel’s public secondary schools through curated film screenings, critical discussions and integrated classroom assignments. In Sept 2009, Ciné Klas will expand to 4000 students through a sister program in Port-au-Prince.