|I AM HAITI|
|Crew: ||Screenplay: Amaia Remírez Raul de la Fuente, Alejandro Pacheco
- Executive Producer: Alejandro Pacheco, Amaia Remírez
- Production Manager: Amaia Remírez
- Photography: Raul de la Fuente
- Mounting: Natxo Leuza Raul de la Fuente
- Assistant direction: Amaia Remírez
- Sound: Raul de la Fuente
- Post Production Sound: Ernesto Santana|
In Haiti, ancestors say if something is foretold, it will happen no matter how, and nobody can change that. Artist Celeur is inspired by his Voodoo culture to create his sculptures, a reflection of the complex reality of the Caribbean country. The thoughts of the sculptor are framing the lives of Oriental, a waif youngster and Marah, who had to live by herself as a street kid in Port-au-Prince. A portrait of Haiti, and a vindication of the African roots of the country. I AM HAITI is the gateway to the Haitian trilogy directed by Raúl de la Fuente, shot during 2 months in Port-au-Prince. The Trilogy titles are: BAD CARD, TATTOO LOVE and ELLE.
Raúl de la Fuente graduated in Audiovisual Communication at the University of Navarre,
Spain. He is director and scriptwriter for cinema and television since 1996.
Raúl de la Fuente is the responsible for the original idea for the film "Another day of life".
Raúl’s first feature film "Nomadak Tx", was the most awarded Spanish documentary film
at International film festivals in 2007 (17 prizes and more than 150 festivals). Released
in 2006 at San Sebastian IFF, got the CICAE Award.
His latest documentary "Virgen Negra" (Black Virgin) have been Nominees for the Spanish
Cinema Academy Awards Goya in 2012 and 2014 for Best Documentary Short Film, and
got Official Selections at documentaries such as IDFA, Tampere IFF or Clermont-Ferrand.
In 2014 received GOYA AWARD for the film "MINERITA".
As Ryszard Kapuscinski, main character of "Another day of life", Raúl de la Fuente has
travelled the world in search for stories, directing and writing the script for documentaries,
short films and TV programs.
As scriptwriter, he has written 2 previous full-length film scripts; "Cuba por Bulerías" and
"Malinche", both supported by the Spanish Ministry of Culture, as well as the script for all
He is founder of Kanaki Films