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Growing up, I looked up to several role models but my career is so unconventional when you consider all I do. As Oprah always says it, there is something to be learned in everything you go through in life—good or bad. He gave me my very first chance. I believe in the law of attraction and I pray a lot too. But I enjoyed the process so much and the actors were fabulous: So they stop working and soon enough you get a bunch of terrible products also called Haitian films.

Everyone knew his or her lines and everyone was on time. Today, I am so proud of the team behind the festival and totally grateful to our partners, the filmmakers, the audience and themedia that support this wonderful event year after year. The edition welcomed over films, 80 premieres, from 35 countries. I miss him all the time. That was a major thing for me. Minuit was your debut in the film world as director and producer. Have a clear vision of what you want to do.

That was a major thing for me. Sure, I want to do it again. Her grandmother was a maid. I really think I own less than 5 skirts. I love discovering new markets and new great projects. I remember one day, we were ahead of schedule and I spontaneously offered to shoot another scene that was scheduled for the next day.

I owe my carreer to Raphael Stines—rest in Peace Raphael. Do they fail to see that they did their best work together?

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Actually, it all started as the Montreal Haitian Film Festival. I believe one day, it will get back protge its feet, but it starts [with] the people that should ask for original versions of the film and stop supporting bootlegs. The edition welcomed over films, 80 premieres, from 35 countries.

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Would you consider it, if Nollywood of Ghanawood called your name?

I deeply admire and respect Oprah Winfrey. He comes on set very prepared and knows when to stop pushing. In Barikad, Colas played a self-assertive young maid who travels miles from her remote town to work protehe the home of the Palmiers, a middle-class family in Port-au-Prince.

So he convinced me into getting [a] part [in] it. I believe in the law of attraction and I pray a lot too. I wanted to be part of a project with him for the longest time and here he came offering me the part at the premiere of Bouki nan Paradi by Raphael Stines.

She grew up very poor and all she believed in was having aneducation and working hard.

Today, I am so proud of the team behind the festival and totally grateful to our partners, the filmmakers, the audience and themedia that support this wonderful event year after year. The closest example I could refer to is my parents. If the project is cool, fun and meaningful: The list would be way too long. I love speaking my mind about things and issues that some other people find hard to defend: And also working on several other projects in the entertainment industry, but not as an actress.

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You just got to pay attention and get the lesson so you can be wiser and do better the next time. Based on some of the things that you know now, if you profege give advice to the Fabienne from years ago, what would you tell her? I wanted that part so much.

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But also, their divorce taught me what not to do in a relationship if you want it to last. May he rest in peace.

He wants us to let it out the way it comes. We spent over 30 minutes arguing over the fact that I should be naked in the river—while he said the contrary when we first discussed the project. The set was way less serious than in Barikad. When working in a city or countrythere is a natural curiosity.

The impact that she made as the leading actress in two back-to-back Haitian films at the height of the movement was sensational.

I wish I had the answer to this question!

Fabienne Colas

As we went along, nothing could work as anticipated. And my sister was with me for the duration of the shooting, which was lots of fun. Jean-Gardy is a very relaxed and spontaneous director that does not necessarily comes onset with a clear plan in mind; he would look at the environment and decide to use progege around him.

I heard it and think the Haitian Film Industry is having a rough time indeed.