805, 2015

‘Kadjike’: When Traditions and Modernity Clash

By |May 8th, 2015|Categories: Film Trailers, Reviews|Tags: , , |0 Comments

“I want to show people why the natural beauty of my country is so important and why we need to stand together to prevent our nation and culture to be harmed.” – Kadjike’s Director Sana Na N’Hada.
When Akapakama, God Nindo’s first human creation, decided to leave Nôcau, she entrusted each of her daughters with responsibilities. Orákuma […]

1504, 2015

Sweet Micky for President

By |April 15th, 2015|Categories: Film Trailers, Osargenews|0 Comments

Sweet Micky For President is one of the most unlikely stories ever captured on film. It revolves around the 2011 Haitian presidential elections and the controversial candidacy of the Haitian pop star known as ‘Sweet Micky’ (Michel Martelly), whose bawdy performances include things like diapers and cross-dressing. Underlying the film is the fractious and complex relationship between the […]