Black Dawn

SYNOPSIS
Using cut out and other animation techniques, the filmmakers transform paintings by prominent Haitian artists into a visually exquisite tribute to the first black republic – and second independent country in the New World. Featuring hypnotic African-Caribbean rhythms and chants, solid historical background, and a vibrant animation style, this award-winning film conveys a complex social movement through a visual language accessible to everyone.

SCREENING INFORMATION
Date: Sunday, August 27th, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Dana Auditorium

CREDITS
Director: Robin Lloyd & Doreen Kraft
Writer: Robin Lloyd & Doreen Kraft
Producer: Robin Lloyd & Doreen Kraft

FILM INFORMATION
Genre: Narrative Short
Length: 19 min
Location: Haiti
Language: English

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