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THFF’18: Petit Frère

Directed by Roberto Collío & Rodrigo Robledo | Chile | 70 minutes | 2018 | Spanish and Haitian Creole with English subtitles

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O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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• GENERAL ADMISSION – $12.00
• THFF ’18 WEEKEND PASS – $100.00

SEATING FOR BADGE HOLDERS AND/OR TICKET HOLDERS IS GUARANTEED UP TO THE ADVERTISED START OF SCREENING. AT SHOWTIME, ALL EMPTY SEATS WILL BE SOLD TO THE RUSH LINE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES WILL BE OFFERED TO ANY CUSTOMER WHO LOSES THEIR SEAT DUE TO TARDINESS.

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Third Horizon Film Festival presents the U.S. premiere of Petit Frère.

A Martian rover explores the streets of Santiago de Chile. A dog, born in Haiti and called Courage, works detecting bombs at La Moneda, the governmental palace. Meanwhile, Petit-Frère Wilner, a Haitian immigrant, is being interviewed in a makeshift television studio. To interrogate exile and identity—in this case, that of the Haitian community in Chile—Petit-Frère uses a fragmented form, full of surprises and u-turns, that proceeds via displacement and free association. Guided by a Creole voiceover—the language that Petit-Frère uses for the news bulletin he publishes for his community—we thus enter into a dialogue, between the collective and the personal, the dreams and the reality of these first-generation immigrants, visions of the future and ghosts of the past.

Presented with the short film:

Dadli
Directed by Shabier Kirchner
Antigua & Barbuda / 14 minutes / 2018 / English
World Premiere!

Tiquan, A 13-year-old Antiguan, recounts bits of his daily life in his small village and
community.