40 years later - Roussan Camille looks back at the compelling days and nights in Haiti and Cuba during the 50s. Roussan Camille is a humanist, indigenist afro-Caribbean poet, born in Jacmel. He is seen at different stages of life. Through enlightening characters, this documentary retraces the glory days of Port-au-Prince, where Haitian heads of state meet Cuban revolutionaries, and the great movements of pan-Africanism, francophonie, poetry and indigenous literature intermix.
Produced by : Amistad Films
- portrait, poet, Pan-Africanism, Francophone, native literature