By Ralph ‘Onz’ Chery — Florida-based actors Genji Jacques and Sandra Justice share the story of how they ended up together.
Haitian-American writer and director Francesca Andre tackles the taboo topic in her short film Charcoal. The film captures the stories of two women as they embark on a lifelong journey to overcome internalized colorism, find self-acceptance and ultimately redemption.
By Vania Andre
For some traditional Haitian parents, the only careers their children should aim for are ones in medicine and law. After all, according to those who subscribe to that belief, that’s the only way to make a good living. So, imagine the surprise of Macdala Prevot’s family, when she decided to leave law school, and pursue a career in film, at Haiti’s only film school, Cine Institute.