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Strange Things/Bagay Dwol screening at DocMiami International Film Festival

May 29, 2010

Dear Friends & Supporters,

We are pleased to announce that Strange Things (Bagay Dwol) will be screening in Miami, Florida on Sunday May 30, at the Doc Miami International Film Festival. This is our 2nd public screening and we would love for you to attend and share this special day with us. Please forward this information to others in Miami. This is a rare opportunity and we are thrilled to
share a documentary about Haiti pre-earthquake, and itʼs inspiring stories of survival. This is a great opportunity to come together to share compassion for Haitiʼs children and their future.

In the midst of Haitiʼs lush mountains and historical relics is an epidemic of over 500,000 orphan children who wander the streets day and night. Known as the “soulless” and forgotten by their own people, they do what they must to survive each day. Strange Things follows three teenage boys – Denick, a prolific and charming 14 year old; Nickenson, a tough but sensitive 16 year old; and Antoine, an energetic paint-thinner abuser – who reflect on their country and their lives, while sharing a common dream of education, government assistance, and social acceptance. Shot in the northern city of Cap-Haitien over a period of two years, Strange Things is a cinematic feature- length documentary, and captures the spirit of human survival, and transports you to Haitiʼs strange contrasts, breathtaking landscapes and rich history, through the eyes of some of Haitiʼs most unforgettable characters.

For more information visit:

DocMiami international Film Festival

One Comment leave one →
  1. May 31, 2010 2:34 pm

    I had the incredible opportunity to watch “Strange Things” at DocMiami Film Festival on Sunday.
    It’s one of the best documentaries I’ve seen in the last months.
    I am really interested in purchasing a copy of the film so I can spread the voice of this community.
    Please let me know where to find it.
    Thank you in advance,
    Carmen Ballvé

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