HAITI: Film review of Cite Soleil: Sun, Dust, and Hope

reviewed by Jim O'Callahan, Downtown Brooklyn Pax Christi We learn early in Cité Soleil: Sun, Dust and Hope, that Cité Soleil is the poorest slum in the most impoverished  country in the Western Hemisphere.  The majority of  Haiti's 10 million people, live on less than $2.00 a day.  This country of 11,000 square miles is … Continue reading HAITI: Film review of Cite Soleil: Sun, Dust, and Hope

PRESS RELEASE: Pax Christi film on Haiti chosen for New York Peace Film Festival

For immediate release February 28, 2012 Washington, D.C.—Pax Christi USA's received news that its film, Cite Soleil: Sun, Dust, and Hope, was selected for participation in the 5th Annual New York Peace Film Festival.  Yumi Tanaka, the film festival's creator, invited PCUSA to submit this short documentary on the current conditions of Cite Soleil and Pax Christi … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Pax Christi film on Haiti chosen for New York Peace Film Festival