Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc (MPAH) is pleased to announce that it will be having its 6th annual movie awards in the greater Boston area in the fall of 2016. For this year, new rules and regulations have been set to better serve our Haitian actors and filmmakers.
Visit http://haitimovieaward.com/?page_id=2248 for more information regarding the submission process.
Cultural programming can be a powerful tool to help young people make sense of the challenges they face; meaningful experiences in the arts, humanities and sciences can help foster positive growth that is essential to becoming a successful adult.
The Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc. seeks 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:
Please join us on November 1, 2015 at the Lantana in Randolph, MA to honor the best of the best in the Haitian Movie Industry.
The purpose of the ceremony is to honor the hard work of historically important artists that have been essential cornerstones in shaping the Haitian movie industry. We will also reward the current efforts of the vibrant talents in the Haitian movie industry today.
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Motion Picture Association of Haiti is pleased to announce a partnership with International Flix, Inc a multinational video streaming platform that will distribute Haitian movies, TV series, and video shows to millions of people around the world. This platform will allow you to watch the best quality from your home country through multiple supported devices such as Roku, Android tablets, Apple’s iPad, and Smart TV.