SERENADE FOR HAITI
THURSDAY, OCT. 26 • 7:15
IN PERSON: DIRECTOR OWSLEY BROWN & PRODUCERS CHRISTY MCGILL AND ANNE FLATTÈ
Sainte Trinité Music School in the heart of Port-au-Prince, Haiti thrived despite decades of entrenched poverty and political strife. When a catastrophic earthquake destroyed the school in 2010, a stunned and devastated faculty and student body had to pick up the pieces and find a way to move forward. Filmed over a seven-year period that began before the earthquake, this richly detailed documentary by Bay Area director Owsley Brown weaves a story of transcendence and great humanity as it illustrates the incredible power of music, art and education to hold together one community through tragedy, upheaval and uncertainty. Camera: Marcel Cabrera. Producers: Anne Flatté, Christy McGill. Director: Owsley Brown. (US 2017) 70 minutes plus discussion.
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