Update: The Stones Cry Out premiere at New York’s Tribeca Theater was replete with a red carpet, glitz, and paparazzi. After the screening, director Joed Esperance took questions from the audience, and announced the launch of whenstonescryout.com, a website created especially for this movie.
We interviewed young filmmaker Joed Esperance who has made many trips to Haiti after the eathquake to document the struggle of the people, as well as his family’s efforts to help. The resulting film, “Stones Cry Out” will premier at the Tribeca Theatre in New York City, on June 19th.
Recently, I accompanied colleagues on a journey to Kenscoff, about an hour's drive from Port-au-Prince, along precipitous roads. The team was looking for the family members of children who had become separated from their parents or guardians during the earthquake.
JoeGonaive, I guess I'm an idiot then. Admittedly, the sound levels were a bit difficult due to the traffic. Your criticism could have been more constructive and tactful, but this is HX and I'm definitely not immune. I'm sorry that this particular interview does not meet your rigorous specifications, and will strive to do better next time...only if you learn how to be be more tactful, cordial, and critique constructively. Would you like a refund?
Who ever post this is an idiot what interview? if you wanted to give a clip of Barikad's you just simply post that. How the hell some one can listen to this man talking when you playing this stupid music on the back end? idiotttttttttttt
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