Posted on June 5, 2012 - Filed Under BE Giving, Edeyo, NB Videos, Nigel Barker Today
We are thrilled to announce that, due to the sold out success of tickets sales for the Manhattan Film Festival screening of Dreams are Not Forgotten, that I directed and produced last year, we have been offered a 2nd screening at a bigger venue during the Festival. This screening will be the finale show of the whole Festival, just before the Manhattan Film Festival Awards Ceremony.
So don’t miss your chance to attend the screening and Q&A session with me and my crew. The details regarding date, time and location are below as well as a link to purchase tickets.
Sunday, July 1, 2012
695 Park Ave
New York, NY 10065
Click the link to purchase tickets:
Dreams are Not Forgotten is a documentary film that captures the heart and soul of an inspiring community in the slums of Bel Air in post-earthquake, Haiti. It?s an intimate glimpse of life, concentrating on the details that we all share in common, despite living worlds apart. The film is set in the shantytown of Bel Air in Port-au-Prince and witnessed through the lives of three Haitians. Roodline is an abandoned 13-year-old girl who sleeps on the floor in a make-shift tent with four other people and wants to be a nurse when she grows up, Leslie is a 24-year-old self-proclaimed vagabond trying to figure out who he is and who he wants to be and Roland is a 64-year-old Iron Worker, struggling to get by and reflecting back on better times in Haiti?s colorful past. Dreams are Not Forgotten is a story of struggle and hope, pride and potential and explores the strength and courage of the human condition against all odds.
The doors open at 6:30PM and the screening begins at 7PM. There will be a Q&A with me and the film crew directly after the screening and the Manhattan Film Festival Awards Ceremony starts at 9PM that evening.
Director / Producer: Nigel Barker
Assistant Director / Director of Photography: Marcus Brooks
Executive Producers: Dan and Pamella DeVos
Associate Producer: Ali Azios
Co-Producer: Unik Ernest – www.edeyo.org
Original Score: The Brothers Lit