Haiti Elections 2010

November 28, 2010 by staff 

Haiti Elections 2010, Producer Kevin Pina has teamed with the British company streaming video provider for the release of his latest documentary Haiti: we must kill the bandits, the broadband pay-per-view.

This version broadband pay-per-view of a documentary is unique in that it is programmed for a specific event important to the country that is the subject of the film, in which case the elections in Haiti in order to attract international audience.

“I chose election day in Haiti for the first film as a pay-per-view because it provides vital information and context for them. Unfortunately, the film’s message explains why the elections will not solve Haiti’s problems, “said Pina.

When asked to explain Pina said: “This documentary shows an important aspect of intergenerational trauma experienced by the people of Haiti. Until the problems like those shown in the film are addressed, little progress can be made towards reconciliation which is essential for the reconstruction of Haiti. ”

The first broadband pay-per-view of Haiti: we must kill the bandits can be found on the Haiti Information Project (HIP) blog site

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The Haiti Information Project (HIP) is a non-profit service providing coverage of new alternatives,anlysis and research of breaking developments in Haiti.

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