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Aristide and the Endless Revolution

Nicolas Rossier / United States / 2006 / 82 ' / English - French - Haitian Creole / S.T. English


Cameron Clendaniel
Nicolas Rossier & Cameron Clendaniel
Jawad Metni
Tom Gambale
Lubo Astinov
Orline Titus
Nicolas Rossier, Cameron Clendaniel, Roopa De Choudhury, Jennifer Filippazzo & Ronald Laporte

Awards & Festivals

2006 Winner, Pan African Film and Arts Festival, Los Angeles
2005 Official Selection, International Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam
2005 Official Selection, New York Video Festival
2005 Official Selection, Vancouver International Film Festival
2005 Official Selection, Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal
2005 Official Selection, It's All True, Sao Paulo
2005 Official Selection, Film Festival, La Habana
2006 Official Selection, Arizona International Film Festival, Tuscon
2006 Official Selection, Buenos Aires Festival of International Independent Cinema

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Detailed account of the United States' removal of Haiti's democratically elected president, Aristide.


One hour away from Miami the elected President of the Western Hemisphere’s poorest nation was twice removed from office with the complicity of the international community.

“Aristide and the Endless Revolution” is a feature documentary that explores through investigative lenses the events that led to the removal of Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the democratically elected President of Haiti. Filmmaker Nicolas Rossier takes the viewer into a journey of political intrigues, armed criminals posing as freedom fighters and economic fiascos. What emerges is a young democracy being constantly tested and ultimately destroyed. The film features renown physician and anthroplogist Paul Farmer, President Aristide himself, actor and UN goodwill ambassador Danny Glover, Political commentator and linguist Noam Chomsky, Assistant Secretary of State Roger Noriega, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Expert James Dobbins, John Shattuck and many Haitian Voices.


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