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Haiti Film Fest is presenting the diversity, depth and vibrant spirit of the Haitian people through contemporary cinema.

About this event

In 2022, Haiti Cultural Exchange produces the 5th Biennial Haiti Film Fest in collaboration with Les Lumières du Sud.


Friday, June 24 – Sunday, June 26

The Flea Theater (The Sam) | 20 Thomas St, New York, NY 10007

Screenings will be followed by discussions with filmmakers, industry professionals and scholars.

$10 suggested donation for film screenings. RSVP REQUIRED.

See full schedule by clicking on this : Haiti Film Fest 2022 Schedule


***Doors open at 1h pm | Screenings begin at 2:00pm

Kafe Negro: Cuba & The Haitian Revolution | Documentary | 52 Minutes | 2:00pm

Documentary in French and Spanish w/English subtitles

Director: Mario Delatour

Kafe Negro: Cuba & The Haitian Revolution is a film that explores the social, economic & historical ramification of the Haitian Revolution on Cuba. This film tells the story of the waves of migration of Haitian workers who, over time, profoundly transformed the culture and demography of Cuba and developed coffee growing on the island.


Madan Sara | Documentary| 50 Minutes | 3:00pm

Director: Etant Dupain

Documentary in Haitian Creole w/English subtitles

The documentary tells the stories of these indefatigable women who work at the margins to make Haiti’s economy run. It amplifies the calls of the Madan Sara as they speak directly to society to share their dreams for a more just Haiti.

Post-Film Screening Q&A with Director

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