The Haiti disaster, through Haitian eyes

The Ciné Institute of Jacmel, Haiti, is a young film school, both in terms of its time in operation (only since 2008) and the age of its students. But in spite of the difficult economic conditions in Haiti–and they have never been more so than now–they’ve been able to produce powerful documentaries of what life is like there since the earthquakes.

I defy any so-called news organization to do better at conveying the human scale of the catastrophe than this.

PS: Speaking of the human scale, read Rebecca Solnit’s piece in The Nation. She nails it, too.

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One Response to The Haiti disaster, through Haitian eyes

  1. sassy says:

    Thanks for this post. I have just donated
    Ciné Institute

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