- City, State: Brooklyn, NY
- Geographic Location: North America
- Age: 45
Renegade Pictures, Inc. is dedicated to making documentary films and photographs that educate, inspire and provoke change.
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With our film lens, our goal is to support issues which will be enlightening and inspirational for the viewers, removing them from the passive spectator seat by encouraging them to be proactive participants in life.
Our social justice films bring a global perspective to the American audience which is often lacking in the mainstream media. With these films we are dedicated to fighting prejudices that hurt others, striving to end human rights abuse, racism, sexism, and homophobia.
Our art films explore creative drives that pursue a unique vision. These films question the self imposed boundaries of our society and encourage expression that challenges the norm.
Our still photography documents humanity at home and abroad. With our pictures, we strive to share the beauty of life, erase borders and bridge cultural gaps.
Renegade Pictures, Inc., promoting revolution...
of the mind, the state and the soul.
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social justice, women, labor, globalization, ethnic or minority rights, queer
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Told through the lives of five compelling Haitian women, the documentary Poto Mitan: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy offers an insider's perspective on globalization, Haiti's current crisis and the resilient women challenging the system. Filmmakers Renee Bergan and Mark Schuller present these brave women, who demonstrate that despite monumental obstacles in a poor country like Haiti, collective action makes change possible.
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Told through the lives of five compelling Haitian women, documentary Poto Mitan: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy, offers an insider's perspective on globalization, Haiti's current crisis, and the resilient women challenging the system. These five brave women demonstrate that despite monumental obstacles in a poor country like Haiti, collective action makes change possible.
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