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Vanity Fair’s Healing in Haiti, Episode 4: Rehabilitation

Filmmakers Jaques del Conte and Chandra Ratner travel to Cite Soleil, a slum of Port-au-Prince, to meet with community activist Father Rick Frechette and the volunteers from Artists for Peace and Justice. In this video, Dr. Reza Nabavian, an Artists for Peace and Justice Board Member and the Chair of
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Vanity Fair’s Healing in Haiti, Episode 3: Education

Filmmakers Jaques del Conte and Chandra Ratner travel to Cite Soleil, a slum of Port-au-Prince, to meet with community activist Father Richard Frechette and the volunteers from Artists for Peace and Justice. In this video, filmmakers focus on the education at the Academy for Peace and Justice, where majority of
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Vanity Fair’s Healing in Haiti, Episode 2: After the Quake

Filmmakers Jaques del Conte and Chandra Ratner travel to Cite Soleil, a slum of Port-au-Prince, to met with community activist Father Richard Frechette and the volunteers from Artists for Peace and Justice. In this video, filmmakers focus on the aftermath of the 2010 7.0 earthquake in Haiti. Click here to watch
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Vanity Fair’s Healing in Haiti, Episode 1: Father Rick Frechette

  Filmmakers Jaques del Conte and Chandra Ratner travel to Cite Soleil, a slum of Port-au-Prince, to meet with community activist Father Richard Frechette and the volunteers from Artists for Peace and Justice. Click here to watch more.

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A SOAPBOX IN HAITI PRESENTS “PAULA HYPPOLITE: CREATING A FILM SCHOOL IN JACMEL”

What we’ve seen in news outlets worldwide are images of Haiti in disarray. What is missing from international coverage is a grassroots forum that gives voice to the stories, emotions, and opinions of Haitian citizens. A SOAPBOX IN HAITI is a speaker series, filmed on the roads and streets of
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CNN’S Anderson Cooper and Ben Stiller

The Stiller Foundation was featured on the December 2, 2012 broadcast of “CNN Heroes: Sharing the Spotlight.” For the show, Ben Stiller sat down with Anderson Cooper to discuss The Stiller foundation’s work in Haiti with Ciné Institute and elsewhere, as well his personal thoughts on philanthropy and celebrity CNN’s
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1,400 Students and Counting: Wing II Opens

We’re proud to announce that on October 1, 2012, the Academy for Peace and Justice welcomed a whopping 1,400 students to school for the year! With the help of Artists for Haiti, a fundraising organization chaired by Ben Stiller and David Zwirner, construction on the second wing of classrooms was
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Toronto Film Festival Fundraiser Benefits Haiti

Fun, Philanthropy, and Artists for Peace and Justice: The 2012 Festival Lunch raised $550,000 for Haiti! On September 9th, 2012, we held our fourth annual Toronto Film Festival fundraiser to benefit our programs in Haiti. This year’s event was held at the University of Toronto President’s Estate, a beautiful outdoor
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Artists For Haiti Films- Artists For Peace And Justice

ARTISTS FOR HAITI – Artists for Peace and Justice from Ciné Institute on Vimeo. Artists for Haiti was co-founded by Ben Stiller and David Zwirner, following a joint trip to Haiti a year after the devastating earthquake. The nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization awards grants to selected charities in support of children’s
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Carnival in Cannes: Gala For Haitian Relief Raised Over $2M

On May 18th, Artists for Peace and Justice was honored to host Haiti: Carnival in Cannes with our friends JPHRO and Happy Hearts Fund at the Cannes Film Festival. The benefit was presented by Giorgio Armani to support our three organizations and our work in Haiti. The event was the
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