Vole, vole tristesse (Fly, Fly Sadness)

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Synopsis

Following a nuclear explosion that transforms the voice of all the inhabitants of an island, a Finnish journalist goes there in order to find a hermit with mysterious powers.

Vole, vole tristesse (Fly, Fly Sadness) screens as part of Republics Reimagined: Myriam Charles’s Shorts and Garrett Bradley’s America on Saturday, February 8 at 1:30 pm.

DIRECTOR: Miryam Charles
COUNTRY: Canada, Haiti
LANGUAGE: French
DURATION: 5 minutes
YEAR: 2014
Genre: Experimental
TYPE: Short Films

About the Director

Miryam Charles studied film production at Concordia University. She is the director of the shorts films Fly, Fly Sadness, Toward the Colonies, A fortress, Drei Atlas and Second Generation. She produced and shot several short films: Danger of Death (Pour Pénélope), La boutique de forge, Full Love, Bengal Light, and the features A jazz fable and Nouvelles, Nouvelles.

VENUE:

Little Haiti Cultural Complex

212 NE 59th Terrace
Miami, FL 33137

DATE: Saturday, February 8, 2020
TIME: 1:30 pm