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 at the Berkshire Review for the Artshttp://berkshirereview.net/serenade-haiti-directed-written-owsley-brown-berkshire-international-film-festival-june-3/

‘SERENADE FOR HAITI’ Singled out by The Berkeley Daily Planet by Tina Tom

Gar Smith of The Berkeley Daily Planet writes, “Serenade, a visually beautiful film,...focuses...on the bravery of young people and their teachers at the Sainte Trinite Music School in Port-au-Prince...One of ten films in the running for SFFilm's prestigious Golden Gate Award, Serenade illuminates the healing power of art and the stirring resilience of the Haitian people.”

Read the press break in its entirety here: http://www.berkeleydailyplanet.com/issue/2017-03-31/article/45619?headline=SFFilm-Comes-to-BAMPFA--Gar-Smith