SERENADE FOR HAITI is coming to Louisville as part of the 2017 Flyover Film Festival! by Tina Tom

Producer Christy McGill: “The subjects of the film are artists who have a great sense of purpose in their art, their school and their community. They’re putting this wonderful, high-minded but also realistic, concrete community at the forefront and making it a priority at a great cost to themselves.”

Click here to read more about the Flyover Film Festival and films that will be screening. 

Courier-Journal: Kentucky films make it big at LA Film Festival, SXSW - and now at home by Tina Tom

KY connected films are making a splash, including our very own SERENADE FOR HAITI

In the article, Louisville-born director Owsley Brown reveals that, " of the school’s most impactful past directors and one of the most important living Haitian composers, Julio Racine, made Louisville his home many years ago and still lives here today with his wife, Nina, who taught many students ... at the Brown School."

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NPR host Colin McEnroe and film critic David Edelstein interview Serenade for Haiti producer Christy McGill live at BIFF by Tina Tom

Producer Christy McGill spoke with Colin McEnroe on The Colin McEnroe Show, taped live at The Berkshire International Film Festival.

Listen to the full episode here. Fast forward to minute 22:10 to the start of the interview with Christy. 

Other guests included David Edelstein (America's Greatest Living Film Critic), Kelley Vickery (Director & Founder of the Berkshire International Film Festival), Lee Slimmer (Director/Writer, CREEDMORIA) and Lara Stolman (Director/Producer, SWIM TEAM)

Serenade for Haiti, Directed and Written by Owsley Brown, at the Berkshire International Film Festival, June 3 by Sarah Segner

"Serenade for Haiti, entirely free of the clichés which inevitably roll in like fog after a natural tragedy, is one of the most moving and inspiring films I have seen in any genre."

Read the full article at the Berkshire Review for the Arts