” Mibalè Chéri ” a new documentary produced by the students of the MPAH Youth Filmmaking learning center in Mirebalais, Haiti, to be featured at the 2013 Haiti Movie Awards.Documentary directed by the instructor Fritz Gerald Ciceron.Trailer will be available soon!
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The Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc. seek to advocate for the welfare of the Haitian Filmmakers, provide opportunities for low-income youth to further develop their creative skills and talents in arts, thereby educating them about the arts of filmmaking, and assist Haitian American filmmakers to market their finish products on the International Community.
One of our most important goals is to produce short films documentary to educate the community on those specifics issues:
Dozen young Haitians have already registered and are awaiting opening day.Click on the link to see our general meeting with the students, the future filmmakers in the Haitian Movie Industry.
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The post-Haitian earthquake period is a challenging time for the youth and young adults in every Haitian community. The Mirebalais Youth Filmmaking Learning Center is being developed to address some of the issues being experienced by the poor youth and young adults in the Mirebalais community in Haiti. There is a fertile and active community of videographers and filmmakers in Mirebalais, who have numerous needs that cannot be addressed by existing organizations in the community.