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La Motion Picture Association of Haïti (MPAH) et la Nollywood and African Film Critics' Awards (NAFCA) ont signé le 25 janvier un protocole d’accord en vue de permettre la distribution des films haïtiens sur le marché africain, a appris HPN.
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Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc is pleased to announce that the Mirebalais, Haiti Youth Filmmaking Learning Center will be opened this September. We are in the process of recruiting an administrative assistant, please find below the job description for the administrative assistant. If interested feel free to send your resume to email@example.com.
For any additional questions feel free to contact Fabienne Eliacin the MPAH Programs Coordinator at: 617-848-9017 / 617-792-1025.
2011 MPAH Movie Award kick off video
Get your ticket online at www.haitimovieaward.com
Over the past few months, Motion Picture Association of Haiti (MPAH) has received an overwhelming number of calls from numerous Haitian producers throughout the US, Haiti and Canada about an increased number of online pirates and unauthorized online broadcast activity.
By the end of 2010, over 90 Haitian film makers signed an anti-piracy petition to support our fight against piracy. There is a major initiative underway to curtail the sudden onset of piracy activity that we have seen in recent months. Join and sign at http://www.mpahaiti.org/node/30
Governor Deval Patrick Special Proclamation to the Haitian Community in Massachusetts.U.S. Congressman Michael Capuano Introducing Governor Deval Patrick at the State House.
Broadcasted live online by the Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc