The Blackboard is a short movie made by internally displaced kids in Haiti, commissioned as a workshop by Intermon Oxfam. A team of three animators visited the school Coraille-Cesselesse at the ID camp of Onaville (near Port-au-Prince) to do a 10 days workshop with the students. "The Blackboard" tells the story of Adline, who likes to play soccer but can only play with a coke bottle because she doesn't own a ball. While we were working with the children, film director J.A. Bayona shot a documentary about the animation process and the situation in Haiti 5 years after the earthquake. We made the movie to have the children learn new skills, but also to remember the world that international cooperation is not a matter of a couple of years, and that our effort must be sustained in time.