1. A narrative short film by Ciné Institute student, Frero Pierre

    Nedge, a 16 year old teenage girl has been chosen to be “mambo”, a voodoo priestess. However Ogou, the god of war, called her to be his wife. She refuses to, but destiny sets upon her. Her boyfriend, Eddy, gets mysteriously sick. Nedge has to choose. Will she give up her sweet adolescence to a mambo’s life?

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  2. Promotional Documentary short about Ciné Institute by Stephanie Wang.

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  3. An assembly of stories filmed by Ciné students during the 2009 Jacmel Carnival under the instruction of Jonathan Stack in a workshop on Documentary Production. Funding for the workshop was provided by the Jan Vrijman Fund and HCD Media Group.

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  4. Fiction, 14 Minutes
    Writer /Director Zaka Chéry Claudel

    Life is hard , especially when you are trying to do the right thing. Life is harder when you are trying to do the right thing with the wrong people. A little bit of luck shines on Sergio.

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  5. Writer / Director Alix Norbert

    Serafin pushes his luck every chance he gets. Where is the line? What is the limit?

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Ciné Institute provides Haitian youth with film education, training and production support. The Institute's programs are: Ciné Lekòl; a film school offering training in fiction documentary and commercials. Ciné Services; an income generating production


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Ciné Institute provides Haitian youth with film education, training and production support. The Institute's programs are: Ciné Lekòl; a film school offering training in fiction documentary and commercials. Ciné Services; an income generating production center for film school students and graduates. Ciné Klas; daily educational film screenings in partnership with national public schools and Ciné Klub; weekly public screenings of world cinema.

Ciné Institute began as a film festival in Jacmel, Haiti. Held for three years, Festival Film Jakmèl showed hundreds of films from around the world free of charge to tens of thousands of local audiences.

Our mission is to use the power of cinema, integrated educational programming, technical film training and production funding, to entertain, educate and empower Haitian youth to create a movement that grows an industry in national cinema and arts which creates jobs, stimulates regional economies and drives sustainable long term development.

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