Join us TONIGHT to celebrate Haitian Cinema! 
Our stories, our voices, on screen.

HCX | Haiti Film Fest 2013 Honoree
Haiti Cultural Exchange is pleased honor 
Mr. Frantz Voltaire for his work in film and his efforts in archival research.
Opening Night Film Screenings

Plezi Gede Credit by Romel Jean-Pierre
This experimental piece set in Haiti, fuses performance art and vodou practice into a rhythmic and entrancing film.

Silent Treatment by Martine Jean
In this 1920's inspired "silent movie", Loretta catches her husband cheating with another woman and decides to give him "the silent treatment." Will their love survive his indiscretion?
Suze-Anne by Amiral J.C. Gaspard 
This short tells the story of a love triangle. Suze's husband has left her for the young and vivacious Anne. Only Anne can help Suze get him back. Suze-Anne is part of our selection of student projects from the Cin� Institute, Haiti's one and only film school located in Jacmel. 

Special performance by Emeline Michel
**Advanced ticket purchase is STRONGLY suggested, 
online ticket sales close at 3pm today**
*Tickets will be available at the door*
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When & Where 
May 9th, 2013
85 Avenue A Map
(between 5th & 6th Streets)
New York, NY 10009
Take the 6 train to Astor Pl or the L train to 1st Ave or the F train to 2nd Ave.
Click here for a map of nearby parking garages.
Take a look at over 20 films that will be screening for FREE during the 
HCX | Haiti Film Fest! 

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HCX | Haiti Film Fest Venue Partner
Saint Francis College

HCX | Haiti Film Fest Community Partners

ActNow Foundation | BelTiFi | Black Documentary Collective | Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce | Caribbean Cultural Theater | CIDIHCA | Cin� Institute | Fleurimond Catering | The Haitian Roundtable | National Black Programming Consortium | Kiske�city | New York Women in Television & Film | One Moore Book | Rada Film Group | Reseau Culture Haiti | Soul of Brooklyn/MoCADA | Third World Newsreel | Tribeca Film Institute

The 2013 HCX | Haiti Film Fest is made possible with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).