Free Outdoor Film Screening of “Liberty in A Soup” during the Miami Book Fair on TUESDAY November 14 @ 6:30pm – The Porch |300 NE Second Avenue Miami, Florida 33132. Come with a blanket and your entire family. RSVP here
Ayiti Images returns with its fall series, with exciting and thought provoking films about the Haitian experience. Join us on Saturday, October 14th at 7pm at the Little Haiti Cultural Center. Spread the word and bring all your friends!
Why: Rasin Mwen (My Roots) Screening
When: Saturday, October 14th at 7pm
Where: Little Haiti Cultural Center, 212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, FL
How: Tickets are $12
***Additional Info: Haitian Creole with English Subtitles | ***Rating warning: This movie has nudity, explicit language and violence. Not suitable for children under 13 years. Parental discretion is advised.
Ayiti Images Film Club invites you to a special screening of “Woodpeckers (Carpinteros)” on Thursday 9/21/17 at 7pm. There will be a Q&A with Dominican Filmmaker, José María Cabral & lead actor and star of the film, Haitian actor, Jean Jean. Be the first to see this award winning film. “Woodpeckers” may very well be the first film coming out of the Dominican Republic to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Film. Join the Ayiti Images team – get your tickets now – CLICK HERE
Ayiti Images Summer Books & Film Series continues with “Forever Yours,” directed by Patrick Ulysse.
We’ve had an amazing summer collaborating with the Miami Book Fair, O Cinema & a slew of our other community partners to bring a summer filled with exciting independent films, writing workshops and a unique book fair exploring the Haitian experience. To close out our series, please join us on Saturday, August 19th at 1pm at O Cinema Wynwood for a special screening of “Forever Yours,” directed by Patrick Ulysse.
Adrienne( Patricia Rhinvil) is a dancer and choreographer whose destiny is upturned when she takes a job at a community center in Brooklyn, NY and meets JC (Macc H. Plaise) a soccer coach. She teaches dance and he coaches soccer, as a way to keep kids off the streets. Though their mutual attraction is obvious, Adrienne is quickly thrown into conflict when she feels compelled to marry her fiance Rey, a workaholic young businessman, to please her mother.
My Father’s Land preceded by the short fictional film Purgatorio – O Cinema Wynwood | Saturday, July 29th at 1PM
Back By Popular Demand! O Cinema & Ayiti Images presents the encore presentation of the critically acclaimed film, Toussaint Louverture on Saturday, June 24th at 6pm. O Cinema Miami Shores is located on 9806 NE 2Nd Ave., Miami, FL. Tickets are $12 – Get your Tickets here
EMMY Nominated documentary, La Belle Vie: The Good Life reairs on South Florida’s PBS station, WPBT2. on Monday, June 19th, at 10PM. View Trailer here
Haitian Heritage Month Activities continues with the Little Haiti book fair and its special screening of “On the Verge of a Fever.” Sunday, May 28th at 2pm. The event is free but we ask that you RSVP here –
Join us on May 5th , 2017 for a special screening of Toussaint Louverture at O Cinema in Miami Shores. For more details and tickets, click here
AYITI IMAGES: Haiti in Film
Ayiti Images launches its Spring 2016 programming during Miami’s International Book Fair event “The Big Read.”
Miami Book Fair celebrates reading with The Big Read, featuring a month of events and activities inspired by Edwidge Danticat’s Brother, I’m Dying, including a photography exhibit by photojournalist Carl Juste, film screenings and Q&A’s with directors, a bilingual theatre performance, author presentations, a Big Night in Little Haiti celebration, happy hour writing events, an open mic and more!
Stones in the Sun will be screening at O Cinema Wynwood – Saturday, March 12th at 1pm. Film Screenings for the Big Read are free and open to the Public. O Cinema is located at 90 w 29th street. La Belle Vie: The Good Life will be screening on Saturday, March 19th at 1:30pm at Coral Gables Art Cinema, 260 Aragon St., Coral Gables, FL