Join us for a film screening and Q&A with our 2021/22 Phil Lind Multicultural Artist in Residence, Miryam Charles!
On April 18, UBC Theatre and Film will be hosting a private online screening of Miryam Charles’ debut feature film, This House (Cette Maison), which recently premiered as part of the 2022 Berlinale Forum program. There will be a live Q&A with Miryam after the screening.
This event is free with registration.
This House (Cette Maison)
dir. Miryam Charles
Bridgeport, USA, 2008: A teenage girl is found dead in her room. While the signs point to a suicide, an autopsy report reveals something more sinister. Ten years later, the film’s director traces the past causes and future consequences of this unsolved crime to imagine a future that never happened. Drawing connections between Haiti, Canada, and the US, This House (Cette Maison) explores how violence can jeopardize the safety of a home.
Miryam Charles is a director, writer, producer and cinematographer born in Haiti and currently living in Montreal. Her work explores themes related to exile and the legacies of colonization.
Her films have been presented at various festivals in Québec, as well as internationally. Miryam recently completed the direction of her first feature film, Cette Maison (This House), which was presented as part of the 2022 Berlinale Forum program. Her current projects include the feature film Le Marabout and the short film “Au crépuscule (At Dusk)”.