Chicago Filmmakers Return Home to Haiti in "Lakay," the Créole Word for Home With Their Latest Feature Documentary Film

The "Lakay" documentary follows two brothers who return to their native Haiti in search of family members they haven't seen in 28 years and to unearth memories after the devastating 2010 Haitian earthquake.

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Haiti hasn't recovered.

(PRWEB) January 10, 2013

In this feature documentary, Lakay follows two brothers who return to their native Haiti in search of family members they haven't seen in 28 years and to unearth memories after the devastating 2010 Haitian earthquake.

"Haiti has somehow been forgotten," says director Tirf Alexius. He, along with his brother and co-producer, Remoh Romeo, spent a week rediscovering Haiti-accompanied by their Chicago-based film of crew of six.

The trailer launch comes just days before the anniversary of this tragedy. "Three years have gone by since that earthquake took 300,000 lives," says Tirf. "Haiti hasn't recovered. Lakay is the reminder that Haiti still needs our help."

The trailer can be viewed at: http://youtu.be/VW6UfA2o7I0

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Synopsis:
After a devastating earthquake, two brothers return to their native Haiti hoping to find their loved ones alive. Join them on this emotional journey and see what they saw and understand the power of hope!

Scheduled for a summer 2013 release.
Lakay is produced by Driven Entertainment in association with 4 Features Film Co.

About:
4 Features is a film company formed in early 2011 by 5 actors, directors and producers with a mission of shooting high quality feature films, commercials and music videos.


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  • Tirf Alexius

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