Haiti on the Big Screen. Filmmakers Rachelle Salnave and Rachèle Magloire

Ayiti Images – promoting Haiti on the Screen beginning with DEPORTED
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Launching the series beginning on Wed. Oct. 1st is a documentary film executive- produced by Raoul Peck entitled Deported. Directed by

Rachèle Magloire and Chantal Regnault, this film gives voice to

convicted and sentenced offenders who at the end of their prison sentence in North America, are deported to their home country, Haiti. Back in Port-Au-Prince, a city they left as children, a new life begins for these “Americans” in an environment that can be both completely unfamiliar and hostile.
Come out South Florida to see the Screening of
SOUTH DADE  10/1/14- 6:30pm

CORAL GABLES 10/2/14- 7:00pm

MIAMI 10/3/14- 7:00pm

Ayiti Images also gives an opportunity for the community to meet its Haitian filmmaker’s. Co-Director
Rachèle Magloire will be at every screening to talk about her film and her experience as a filmmaker living in Haiti.

Producer of Ayiti Images

Ayiti Images was developed in the hopes of promoting Haitian filmmaker’s work about the Haitian experience and also providing quality, socially conscious films to Florida, one of the largest Haitian communities in the Diaspora. Rachelle Salnave,

a filmmaker in her own right, has created this unique traveling film series to not only promote her own work to the community but to extend a larger conversation about the Haitian narrative today. To learn more about Rachelle Salnave
Meet the Co-Director

Born in Port au Prince, Haiti, Rachèle Magloire was raised in Montreal, Quebec where she graduated in Communications in 1987. Since 1995, she directs documentaries within Fanal Productions, an audiovisual production company founded with Director of Photography and Director Carl Lafontant. From January 2002 to January 2004, she worked in The Democratic Republic of Congo for Radio Okapi, a national radio network founded by the UN in collaboration with Fondation Hirondelle for Freedom of Speech.  Learn more.

Network, Watch a Movie, Share your Wisdom

Florida, Let’s build, watch some good movies and share conversation. Ayiti Images is more than just a film series, its a community affair. Pick a screening in your area, bring a friend or a neighbor and learn more about the Haitian experience through the eyes of people who live it, feel it and speak it! Know someone living in Florida? SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT AYITI IMAGES: A FLORIDA TRAVELING FILM SERIES.  Learn more.


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