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. It portrays the polyphony and energy of the contemporary Haitian art scene, presenting a more nuanced, complex and local perspective than is often heard or seen in mainstream media. “IntranQu’îllités” explores the role of art in society and the timeless importance of creativity.


Short (20mins) Documentary | United Kingdom



Ed Owles Photograph of Ed Owles Ed Owles is a self-shooting producer/ director based in London. He's shot and directed films in over 20 countries for broadcast, festivals and online. His debut feature doc, “The Auction House: A Tale of Two Brothers”, was described by The Hollywood Reporter as “tremendously vivid and expertly entertaining” and screened in over 25 countries. Ed is an associate tutor in ethnographic film at various UK universities.