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Presents as part of Black History Month, the Film


 Followed by a discussion with the directors and experts on the topic, hosted by reporter François Bugingo

 Saturday February 28 – 8PM – GENERAL ADMISSION | $15 – $20 at the door

            Concordia University Hall Building – Room H110
1455 De Maisonneuve Ouest  (Guy-Concordia Metro)

Fondu au Noir/Fade to Black, created by the Fabienne Colas Foundation, is proud to present the world premier of the documentary Citizens of Nowhere by directors Nicolas-Alexandre Tremblay et Régis Coussot as part of Black History Month. The film brings to light how a quarter million Dominicans of Haitian descent lost their rights, freedom and identity since the Dominican government’s decision to revoke their citizenship. The event will take place on February 28, 2015 at 8PM at Concordia University – Hall Building, room H110 (1455 De Maisonneuve Ouest, Montreal – Guy-Concordia Metro), General Admission $15 in advance, $20 at the door.

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After three years of research and over three months filming on location, Nicolas Alexandre Tremblay and Régis Coussot paint an accurate portrait of the current situation for these Haitian migrants on Dominican soil. Narrated by Haitian poet and playwright Jean-Claude Martineau, the film takes us to the heart of this human tragedy.


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