Ayiti Pap Peri ( Ayiti will not perish)

Ayiti Pap Peri film-documentary is a spotlight on the soul of Ayiti. The production process started in 2019 where we followed professionals who were living abroad at the time of the deadly 2010 earthquake who decided to go back to Ayiti and work for this country. Ayiti Pap Peri traveled throughout Ayiti and shows the human and economic potential in the country. It is a film-documentary to give hope while it is not ignoring the elements that keep Ayiti in this category of poorest country in the hemisphere.

  • Cassandre Thrasybule
  • Aly Acacia
  • Chancy Victorin
  • Cassandre Thrasybule
  • Cassandre Thrasybule
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    1 hour 3 minutes 12 seconds
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    March 10, 2023
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    50,000 USD
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Director Biography - Cassandre Thrasybule

Cassandre Thrasybule, a former news anchor, is a journalist, producer, director, published author and public speaker. Her work has focused predominantly on short films, documentaries, and publications that, combined with her knowledge in sociology, use basic methodological approaches to address society’s core issues. Over the last two decades, Cassandre has produced dozens of projects, most notably Cassures: nos familles entre Haiti et ailleurs, and Exiled inland Cassures II. Ms. Thrasybule’s productions on society’s core issues have been awarded among others, the 2019 Tin Medal by the Arts, Sciences and Lettres Academy, in Paris, France. Cassandre is the 2021award winner of the Best Documentary of the Montreal film festival in the Human Rights documentary category.

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My hope is for my work to contribute to the awakening of the consciousness for a better society, a better world.