Watch Trailer for Docu Short “The Country Club” About Impromptu Homes for Haitians After Earthquake

Watch Trailer for Docu Short "The Country Club" About Impromptu Homes for Haitians After Earthquake

This is another official selection of the 2011 Heartlant Film Festival (Oct 14-22). The Country Club, directed by Jace Freeman and produced by The Moving Picture Boys, “follows one 12-year old boy struggling to find hope despite heavy rains, instability, and a future unknown.”

Full Synopsis:

Once a prestigious country club overlooking Port-au-Prince and the Caribbean Sea, the only golf course in Haiti has become an impromptu home to tens of thousands living beneath tarps due to a devastating earthquake. Out of the estimated half-million left homeless, this short documentary follows one 12-year old boy struggling to find hope despite heavy rains, instability, and a future unknown.

Here’s the trailer.

The Country Club Trailer from The Moving Picture Boys on Vimeo.

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Comments

Emmanuel

I hope to get the cahnce to see this. It’s so easy to forget what Haiti is going through; films like this one remind us that there is still work to do there.

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