Directed By: Edward Owles⎥ UK/ Haiti ⎥ 2019⎥ 20m⎥

Lyrically narrated by award-winning Haitian poet James Noël, ‘IntranQu’îllités’ interweaves the work of several Haitian artists who want to redefine how their nation is perceived. From a tree-based sculpture responding to the earthquake of 2010, to a video artist’s interpretation of a vodou waterfall festival, the film explores the role of art in society and the timeless importance of creativity.

About the Director:

Ed has shot and directed films in over 20 countries for broadcast, festival and online. His latest feature documentary H is for Harry screened across UK cinemas, focusing on a boy who arrives at secondary school in London unable to read or write. His debut feature film – The Auction House: A Tale of Two Brothers – was described by The Hollywood Reporter as “tremendously vivid and expertly entertaining” and screened at over 20 film festivals (including Dok Leipzig, Open City London, DOCSDF, Cairo, Jean Rouch). Ed is an Associate Lecturer in Ethnographic Film at Goldsmiths and Kent University.

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