How (not) to Build a School in Haiti

Playing at Pickford Film Center

90 minutes, USA, In English, DOC-Politics
Rated NR: _

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Directed by Jack C. Newell
Development, history, and colonialism collide when a seemingly simple aid project spirals out of control in Haiti. Inspired by an NPR story about the 2010 Haiti earthquake, headstrong American Tim Myers travels to Haiti to help build a new school, ultimately clashing with Haitian leader Anselme Saimplice, forcing a reckoning on privilege and power. This film combines expert interviews that help frame the larger context with an unflinching close-up of the situation on the ground.

Presented by Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival

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Saturday, October 1st

2:45pm

Thursday, October 6th

5:00pm