I have been waiting for a movie like this. Very excited! -Valerie



The International Organization of La Francophonie

The Permanent Mission of Haiti to the United Nations

And The African Diaspora International Film Festival

Present the Centerpiece screening of long awaited two-part epic film



Saturday, December 1 @ 5PM

Teachers College, Cowin Center


Directed by Philippe Niang, 2012,
two films, 90min each, France/Haiti


Toussaint Louverture is the long- awaited, two-part epic film, depicting the life of the Haitian leader. Louverture led the first successful slave revolt in world history, defeating Napoleon Bonaparte and winning independence from France. Known for his military genius and political acumen, Louverture established Haiti as the first black nation in the western hemisphere and the first Black free nation as well. The success of Louverture and the Haitian Revolution rocked the institution of slavery throughout the "New World" of the Americas.


The two parts French epic film (with English subtitles), Toussaint Louverture won three prizes at the 2012 Pan African Film Festival in LA - Best Feature Narrative, an Audience Award for Narrative Feature and the Best Actor award for Jean-Louis' portrayal of the Haitian revolutionist.

Q&A after the screening

Tickets: $20


Copyright 2012 NYADIFF




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