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Entertainment

The principal entertainment that we will address in this section are Movies and comedies. There are many talent Haitian individuals performing in there areas. Some of them have reached the international level

American Black Film Festival - June 13-17, 2018 - Miami Beach

One of the coolest film festivals in the world. Starting June 13 through 17, 2018, join our community of artists, executives and industry tastemakers who gather each year in Miami Beach to showcase emerging talent, celebrate Black culture and create opportunities for people of color to achieve success in the entertainment industry.

Enjoy five action-packed days of red carpet premieres, master classes, celebrity conversations, tech talks, exclusive parties and more. ABFF is at the forefront of diversity in Hollywood and continues to inspire generations of new artists and storytellers! Be a part of this coming summer's hottest event.

The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) is an annual event dedicated to showcasing quality film and television content by and about people of African descent.

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Haitian Compas Festival - Wynwood, Miami Florida - 5/19/18

NOEL AND CECIBON PRODUCTIONS invite you to celebrate 20 years of The Haitian Compas Festival in Wynwood on Saturday, May 19, 2018. We are celebrating 20 years of music, 20 years of success, 20 years of culture.

The 2018's Haitian Compas Festival will have your favorite top Haitian bands and artists on one stage. VIP tickets include complimentary food & drinks from 5-8 PM!

The Talent Lineup:
Admirat T
Harmonik
Tabou Combo
Djakout #1
Nu Look
Kreyol La
VayB
Disip
Septen
T-Vice
Kai
Gabel
Enposib
Rutshelle
Ada
JPerry
DJ FMA
Tony Mix
Power Mix
...and many more surprises!

Date and Time
Sat, May 19, 2018, 4:00 PM -
Sun, May 20, 2018, 2:00 AM

Location
MANA Wynwood
318 NW 23rd ST
Miami, FL 33127

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Romeo & Juliet: La Tormenta in Little Haiti, Miami - 5/4/18

Come see: Romeo & Juliet: La Tormenta by Grace Arts Center on May 4, 2018 at 7:00 PM at Little Haiti Cultural Center Theater

This is Shakespeare South Florida style! Fast paced drama from The Bard, Afro Cuban Dance and Music, and Visual Art.

What if Florida was the backdrop for Romeo & Juliet and The Tempest-- Two Shakespearean classics--where lost kingdoms, dangerous romance and real mystery abound? Imagine no more! This American odyssey comes alive through an original script adapted by Florida playwrights with a diverse cast of talented local actors and dancers. Audiences will be treated to folkloric choreography and rarely heard traditional music by Afro-Cuban artists introduced through breathtaking images from acclaimed Iranian born Swede and South Florida resident Painter, Karl Momen. Momen has painted and published a series of works inspired by William Shakespeare and the orchestral masterpieces of Richard Wagner.

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7e Festival Fondu au Noir - du 22 au 25 fevrier 2018 a Montreal

Le 7e Festival Fondu au Noir offrira une grande célébration du Mois de l'Histoire des Noirs à Montréal du 22 au 25 février 2018 à travers un programme alliant cinéma, humour, musique et discussions.

Le Festival Fondu au Noir, créé par la Fondation Fabienne Colas et présenté par la Banque TD, revient avec une 7e édition inspirante et diversifiée. 2018 étant une année mythique soulignant les 215 ans de l'indépendance d'Haïti, le Festival a choisi le thème hommage à Haïti et ses talents tout en commémorant, en clôture du Festival à travers le film The Rape of Recy Taylor, l'important mouvement planétaire #MoiAussi, qui inspire les femmes à se tenir debout et à s'exprimer.

Infos / Bande-annonce / BIllets: www.FonduAuNoir.ca

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New World Symphony Fellows taking the stage & The Haitian community invited

I have a very exciting opportunity concerning the residents of Little Haiti Miami! Last year, they submitted footage of Little Haiti to the community project, Miami in Movements (Project 305). You can see exactly what they submitted by clicking here! This weekend, residents of Little Haiti will have a second chance to see this unique project! Don't let them miss out! See more information below!

I am excited to share that next Saturday, Feb. 3, the New World Symphony Fellows will be taking the stage alongside Artistic Director and conductor, Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT), for the annual "New Work" performance. The highly-anticipated program will feature the world premieres of a newly-revised Miami in Movements, musical compositions and literary works by MTT himself as well as an exclusive micro-play by famed New York playwright, Christopher Wall. Would love to invite you to attend and cover the event!

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For how long will Big Night in Little Haiti go on?

In last April, Rhythm Foundation announced that after a 5 year run, the organizers have run out of money; they cannot anymore organize monthly festivals of music, art, food, and culture. There will be no gBig Night in Little Haitih which was for some years since 2012, a big event with some of the most important names in the Haitian community -- musicians, artists, and activists--a free party to participate third Friday, every month.

The event started in 2012 with a financial support, of gone year grant of $125,000h from Knight Foundation. The foundation again provided $120,000 to cover expenses for 2013 and 2014. And finally in 2015, Knight Foundation provided another $60,000 which dried up in September.

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The musical group CaRiMi is disbabded

Carimi And Their Hit Songs

Every beautiful thing must come to an end.That is the case of the Haitian music band CARIMI that has decided to disband and dissolve. The news came from the manager of the group Frito Fannen "Fito" who stated that the decision to do away with the band CaRiMi was a result of their lead singer, Michael Guirand, not being able to commit his time to the band.

The group was founded in 2001 by Carlo Vieux, Richard Carve and Michael Guirand and the group was named after them as well.

What do you think?

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Auguste Duverger (Pouchon) Collapsed on podium while performing

Pouchon Duverger, lead singer of djakout Number 1

The lead singer of the musical group Djakout # 1 collapsed and became unconscious during a performance in the city of Borgne, in the the North Department. This took place yesterday where the Group Djakout #1 was performing in its traditional show in Borgne. It was reported that the singer suffered from a discomfort as he was performing and became unconscious in front of his colleagues who did not know what to do. It was reported that Pouchon regained consciousness just few minutes after but was taken to a local hospital in the area for observation.

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What is your ideal spot to watch fireworks on July 4th?

Fireworks Show, Kamuro effect

July 4tt is America's Birthday! It is of course a pubic holiday in America but also a time to be with families and friends at picnics, fairs, live entertainment, the hot dogs, outdoor concerts and parades. Whether you are a Haitian-American, a Haitian residing in America legally or illegally, this Holiday is for us all.

Most importantly, Fourth of July Holiday is the time for Fireworks with brilliant splashes all over the city sky where you live in America.

Can you tell me some of the best firework displays you have witnessed in the past and where exactly.

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Emeline Michel and Dener Ceide performing at the White House

Emeline Michel at the White House for Caribbean-American Heritage Month

Here is Emeline Michel and Dener Ceide Perform the popular song "Merci Bondier" at the White House on the occasion of Caribbean Heritage Month Celebration. It has been estimated that over 10 million people from 30 Caribbean territories have played a role in shaping America.

Here is Emeline Michel and Dener Ceide Performing "Merci Bondier" at White House for Caribbean Heritage Celebration

In 2004, Congresswoman Barbara Lee introduced legislation proclaiming a month dedicated as Caribbean-American History Month. President George W. Bush was the first president to issue the proclamation declaring June Caribbean-American Heritage Month on June 5, 2006.

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