Arnold Antonin Films

Naive Art and Repression in Haiti

1976/DVD/Color/45 minutes in French and Haitian Creole Subtitled in English and Spanish 
This film tells the story of the triple exploitation--economic, ideological, political--of Naive Art in Haiti. It is also an advocacy of artistic freedom in all of its forms. It was shown in New York in 2004 for the opening of the Haiti on Screen's festival. It received a special award at the FIFEF festival in New Orleans in 1976.

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Arnold Antonin honored as "Father of Haitian Cinema"

During the Haiti International Film Festival held August 13 through 15, 2021Arnold Antonin was honored as the Father of Haitian Cinema The award reads:Haitian Diaspora Award honoring Arnold Antonin Father...

Ainsi parla la Mer / Thus spoke the Sea / Asi habló el Mar

Ainsi parla la mer: Depuis la surexploitation de ses ressources jusqu’aux effets du changement climatique en passant par la pollution, la Mer vous plonge dans ses différentes nuances de bleu...

"René Depestre: on ne rate pas une vie eternelle:" à St. Domingue et à Santiago du Chili

Le Centre Petion Bolivar a le plaisir d’informer que, dans le cadre de l’évènement international, la quinzaine de la Francophonie,  le film d’Arnold Antonin « René Depestre : on ne rate pas une vie éternelle », a...