HAITI | 11 minutes | 2014

After the funeral of her husband, Martha was consumed with grief and gradually sinks into the abyss of his memories. This huge loss weakens and pushing her step by step away from reality, taking her to explore the limits of madness .

Presented by the Cine intitute in Haïti, international school in honor
as part of the Rencontres pancanadiennes du cinéma étudiant


Thursday October 12, 2017

Program #236
Cineplex Odeon Quartier SALLE 16

As part of RPCÉ 1 en compétition

Jerry Gabriel Wood

Native to Bel Anse, Wood-Jerry Gabriel was born in Jacmel, Haiti on September 25th, 1988. And raised by his father, Haitian artist Martineau Gabriel (deceased 2005). Wood Jerry later, like his father, found his passion in painting and joined Fosaj collective of Jacmel in 2010. In 2011 and 2012 Wood Jerry moved on to study journalism and enrolled in Cine Institute, the premier film school of Haiti, to begin his career in filmmaking. Some of Wood Jerry’s recent works have been directing short videos, writing and directing shorts films and participating with others cinema projects. Currently Wood Jerry has been concentrating on film and literacy projects.

distribution and credits

  • Screenplay Jerry Gabriel Wood


  • Cine Institute

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