Monday, March 9, 2009


LotBo Films, LLC is announcing the production of its first major film project: “Ayiti, Ayiti” portrays the rich complexity of Haitian immigrant life in the United States. The screenplay was a selection of the Sundance Screenwriters and Directors Labs, and won the first Time Warner Storytelling Award. The producers of the film have had previous films selected to screen at the Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, and Tribeca film festivals. “Ayiti, Ayiti” will be shot in April 2009 in New York City.

If you are a Haitian man or woman between the ages of 20-60 who speaks Haitian Creole fluently, we may have a role for you in this film. No acting experience necessary. If you are interested, you are invited to attend our open casting call:

DATE: Friday, March 13, 2009
TIME: 4pm-7pm
LOCATION: Long Island University Brooklyn Campus
1 University Plaza, Brooklyn
(Health and Science Building, Room HS 121)
DIRECTIONS: Take the B, Q, M, R Train to Dekalb Avenue Stop. Entrance is on Dekalb, near the corner of Flatbush Avenue.

If you are unable to attend the casting call, please email a photo, your name, and phone # to: For more information, email or call 646-652-6845.

LotBo Films ap prezante yon fim sou vi imigran Ayisyen ozetazini. Ayiti, Ayiti se yon istwa kap eksplore peyizaj emosyonel e sosyal legzil. Fim sa genyen pri Time Warner Storytelling Award e li te chwazi li nan Sundance Screenwritiers and Director's lab an 2007. Nap fime nan mwa Avril.

N-ap chache akte fi ak gason nan lanviwon 20 ak 60 lane ki pale kreyòl ayisyen korekteman. Ou menm ki ranpli kondisyon sa-a, n-ap jwenn yon wòl pou ou nan fim sa-a. Ou pa oblije gen eksperyans. Depi ou enterese, rele nan limewo sa-a :

ou byen ekri nou nan adrès:

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