Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Montreal premieres of ‘Haiti: Where Did The Money Go?’ & ‘Baseball In The Time Of Cholera’

January, 21, 2013


Montreal premieres of ‘Haiti:
Where Did The Money Go?’ & ‘Baseball In The Time Of Cholera’

Co-presented by: Cinema Politica Concordia, Canada Haiti Action Network, Rézistans Haïtienne

  • When: Monday, January 21, 7 pm
  • Where: Room H-110, Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve West, Montreal, QC
  • Cost: Suggested donation $2-5

This special screening will feature a panel discussion following the film with special guests:
* Jennie Walker (co- producer of ‘Haiti: Where Did The Money Go?)
* Marie-Célie Agnant (Haitian writer, poet, novelist and political rights advocate)
* Didier Berry (filmmaker, sociologist and activist with 


 A doc that asks the pivotal question—why did so much money buy so little relief? And why are so many still living in squalor?

SYNOPSIS:  In the United States alone, half of all households gave a total of $1.4 billion to charities, yet almost two years later more than half a million people still live in squalid camps. Only a few have access to drinking water. Sanitation is woefully inadequate. Malnutrition and cholera are on the rise. What happened?



An intimate look into the fight for survival and justice among cholera victims in Haiti.

 SYNOPSIS:  As the cholera epidemic rages in Haiti, the UN denies responsibility for introducing the disease despite mounting evidence. This is the story of Joseph, a young baseball player, and a Haitian lawyer fighting for compensation for the victims. As the epidemic spreads, the two stories intersect in the struggle for survival and justice.

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