The Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc. (MPAH) proudly presents SINEMA LAKAY / Ayiti Films sticky icon

In January 2018, MPAH will launch SINEMA LAKAY; a monthly screening of Haitian films, discussions, and Q&As with actors, directors, and producers. The screening schedule will be released at the 7th Annual MPAH Haiti Movie Awards on October 29, 2017.
SINEMA LAKAY will serve as a platform for Haitian filmmakers to showcase their work in Massachusetts and present a more positive image of our country and our vibrant culture.

Get ready for the 2017 MPAH Haiti Movie Awards sticky icon

Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc (MPAH) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting its 7th Annual Movie Awards on Sunday, October 29th at the Lantana in Randolph, MA. There will be a press conference on Sunday, August 29, 2017 to announce the 2017 nominees. Watch live on Tele Choublak channel 729 Comcast (11:00 AM)

Volunteer Opportunities Available sticky icon

The Motion Picture Association of Haiti (MAH) in its quest to continue with its mission to advocate for, defend, promote and support Haitian Cinema is requesting the assistance of Highly qualified Professionals who can join its vast network of volunteers who have labored over the past 6 years to sustain our mission and work. Learn more about the opportunities.

Great turnout for the 2016 Haiti Movie Awards - SUCCESS! sticky icon

The 2016 Haiti Movie Awards Pictures are now available to view

MPAH Appoints Ambassadors for International Representation sticky icon

Motion Picture Association of Haiti (MPAH)
1295 River St, Suite B
Hyde Park-MA 02136
Tel: 617-208-7007

MPAH Appoints Ambassadors for International Representation


Boston-MA 3/26/16 – The Motion Picture Association of Haiti (MPAH) has appointed several prominent individuals as MPAH Ambassadors. These Ambassadors will assume various responsibilities including but not limited to:

- Representing MPAH in official capacities
- Conducting Interviews on behalf of the organization

MPAH Youth Film Program sticky icon

02/15/2016 10:00

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.

Our Mission sticky icon

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:
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