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Discover Guadeloupe! Film 12/6/14 ELZA #adiff ****nyc

 A MUST-SEE Experience.

http://nyadiff.org/adiff-ny-2014-discover-guadeloupe/

 

ADIFF NY 2014: Discover Guadeloupe!

179 GD
TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

525 W. 120TH ST
New York, NY 10027


Sat, Dec. 6 @ 7:30PM – 179 GD

DISCOVER GUADELOUPE

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YOU ARE INVITED BY THE GUADELOUPE REGIONAL FILM COMMISSION AND THE GUADELOUPE TOURIST BOARD TO DISCOVER GUADELOUPE!

The Guadeloupe Reception and Resource Office performs a general interest mission to facilitate filming and/or post-production on its territory and access to local resources, whatever the type of production (feature length films, short films, televised fictions, documentaries, animated films, advertisements, institutional films, etc.). Death in Paradise, the popular lighthearted crime drama television series, is entirely filmed on the Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe.

Guadeloupe’s privileged geographic situation in the heart of the Caribbean basin makes it an essential contact for cinema and audiovisual production in the Caribbean. It is available for both French and foreign professionals and offers information and assistance services to cinema and audiovisual professionals which are provided free of charge.

Come watch films shot in Guadeloupe. Discover the island and, if you are a filmmaker, find out the services available to you in Guadeloupe to shoot your next film!

PROGRAM 

Screenings, Panel Discussion + Reception

Screening of A Home for These Old Bones and Elza followed by a Panel Discussion about filmmaking in Guadeloupe with director Mariette Monpierre and Sandra Venite, Regional Manager USA/South America for the Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board. Panel followed by catered reception.

GET YOUR TICKET HERE

Tickets: $15

GuadeloupeTouristBoardSponsored by the Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board


A Home for These Old Bones 

US Premiere

JBB is an old Guadeloupean who lives in a shack on a plot of land owned by the town of Morne-a-l’Eau. One day, a mulatto named Pascal buys the parcel from the town, planning to build the island’s biggest supermarket on top of it. JBB will soon be evicted. He desperately seeks the help of Hilaire, a wizard and notorious drunk, who ensures his protection. However, the spirit Hilaire sends to Pascal will cause a bigger mess than planned.

Directed by Julien Silloray, 2013, France, Comedy, 20 min, English, Creole, English subt.

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Elza

A young Parisian woman of Caribbean descent returns to her native island of Guadeloupe looking for the father she has never known. Directed by Mariette Monpierre, 2011, 78 min, France, Drama, French, English Sub. Shown with A Home for These Old Bones

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