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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 27 MIN | 2011

SUN CITY PICTURE HOUSE

After watching the last of the old colonial movie theaters destroyed in the earthquake, a young Haitian man enlists the help of a priest and two young aid workers to build Haiti's only movie theater on a hill above a tent city. This is the joyful and moving story of a community torn apart by disaster then united in a singular vision.
Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 27 minutes
Language: English
Country: Haiti
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: David Darg
Producer: Bryn Mooser
Executive Producers: Olivia Wilde, Maria Bello
About the Director(s)
DAVID DARG grew up in the Middle East and England. After receiving his degree in philosophy from Oxford University, he moved to Africa to work on relief projects. He has spent five years as director of international disaster relief for Operation Blessing International and is the co-founder of ryot.org.

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