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1 3TH ANNUAL ST BARTH FILM FESTIVAL

It's A Wrap!


he 13th edition of
the St. Barth Film
Festival wrapped on
Wednesday evening with a
projection of Made In
Jamaica, the most recent
film by French filmmaker,
J6rome Laperrousaz: a
high-quality documentary
with leading stars of reggae
and Dance Hall, a musical
style which developed
from reggae in the 1970s.
The festival started on Fri-
day, April 25 with the pro-
jection of two documen-
taries: Saint Barth6lemy, la
Belle et l'avion, a look at
the island via its aviation
history, by filmmaker
Pierre Brouwers, and Le
Mozart Noir a Cuba, which
illustrates a week of activi-
ties organized in Cuba in


late 2005 as a tribute to
Chevalier de Saint
Georges, who was born in
Guadeloupe in the late 18th
century and became the
best fencer in France as


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well as the first black
freemason, but most of all
he was an outstanding clas-
sical music composer and
conductor forgotten over
the years. Napol6on Bona-
parte, who came back into
power two years after the
death of "the Chevalier"
and reestablished slavery,
tried to erase of traces of
this black superstar.
The festival also provided
the chance to discover (or
rediscover...) Haiti Ch6ri
(see related article), which
opens in France on May 28,
Persepolis, which won the
Special Jury Prize in
Cannes in 2007, and El
Bonaerense, a film shot in
2002, and based on the cor-
ruption of the Argentinean
police force. Its director,
Pablo Trapero (see related
article), who was at the fes-
tival for the second year in a
row, will be at the 2008
Cannes Film Festival, with
his new film, Leonera,
which opens the Official
Selection at Cannes in May.
What else? The festival pre-
sented its first "Prix de la
Guadeloupe," to one of five
filmmakers whose short


films were shown to the
public on Sunday afternoon.
The winner was Laurence
Rugard, for her film Tech-
ni'Ka, on the dance steps of
Ka (one of the seven basic
rhythms of Gwo Ka, the tra-
ditional music of Guade-
loupe) and its influence on
contemporary dance. The
prize includes the \uI-;- !llI ig
of her film in Engish as well
as Spanish, and broadcasts
on such cable TV stations as
CUNY TV in NYC and
Gayelle TV in Trinidad &
Tobago. The jury also
awarded a special prize to
Fabrice Pierre for his film,
Le Gardien. And finally,
another big "first" was the
projection of two films on
the beach in Flamands-an
experience worth repeating.
Sitting on the sand before a
large screen (and great
sound thanks to Romy
Magras), it was a magical
experience created by the
festival with the collabora-
tion of the association Cin6
Would from Guadeloupe
and Jean-Marc C6saire, the
grandson of the great poet,
Aim6 C6saire (who passed
away just two weeks ago.


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Pablo Trapero: On The Way To Cannes!


Pablo Trapero has not let
success go to his head.
Yet this young filmmaker
from Argentina is cer-
tainly the real deal. His
newest film, Leonera, is
one of 20 films in compe-
tition for the Palme D'Or
at the Cannes Film Festi-
val, whose 61st edition
will be held May 14-25,
2008. The film was cho-
sen from a total of 1,792
submissions viewed by
the selection committee.
We met with the director
in Saint Barth, where he
showed his 2002 film, El
Bonaerense (see related
article).


is Leoera
Pablo Trapero: Leonera is
the story of Julia, a young
woman who wakes up in


her apartment with two
male bodies at her side: one
is dead; the other is alive.
Accused of the murder, she
is imprisoned, and then dis-
covers she is pregnant. Her
son Thomas is born in
prison. The film deals with


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the problem of women in
prison with their children.
There is a fundamental
question: what is better for
the child-to stay in prison
with his mother? Or live
outside the prison without
his mother? Three rights
issues are at stake: the right
of children to be with their
mothers; the right of the
children to be free of the
prison; and finally, the right
of the mother to be with
her child. It's a very diffi-
cult question.


are


Pablo Trapero: Absolutely.
During the pre-production,
we realized that very few
people are aware of these
of women imprisoned with
their children. But, I'm not
sure it has to do with a lack
of knowledge-it's more
like a social taboo: this
reality is so difficult we opt
not to deal with it. The
intention of the film is to
expose the situation to the
world. Yet without taking
sides as it is a very difficult
question to confront and
there are not really any


laws covering it. One can
only look at the same situa-
tion around the world. In
France, for example, pris-
oners can keep their babies
until they are 18 months
old. In Argentina, the limit
was two years but has been
increased to four. The issue
also varies according to the
mother's social situation:
sometimes the prison is
actually better than the
slums, or sending the child
to an institution for
minors...


is even more
in whe.e

actual
Pablo Trapero: That's true.
Most of the actors are pris-
oners, or people from the
slums that have a relation-
ship with the prisoners.
That adds a documentary
element to the film, which
is actually fictional. We
shot it in October and
November 2007 in the
Olmos men's prison in the
city of La Plata in the
province of Buenos Aires
and in the Homos women's
prison, also located in La
Plata. These are two new
prisons whose prisoners
were transferred while we
were shooting.


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at the
y'ou have

Pablo Trapero: Just being
nominated alongside Clint
Eastwood (for his film, The
Changeling) is already a
great prize. For me, the
Palme is not a hope, it's a
dream.


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Haiti Cherie, A Plea Against Slavery

In The Dominican Republic


The St. Barth Film
Festival "Cinema
Caraibe" once again
presented an important
issue, allowing the public
to hear the urgent message
put forth in Italian film-
maker Claudio del Punta's
moving film, Haiti Ch6rie,
seen at the festival before
its opening in France on
May 28. The theme of the
film, shot against the wish-
es of the Dominican gov-
ernment, is simple: it con-
fronts the deplorable condi-
tions of the hundreds of
' -h..'ut.iI\ of Haitians who
are virtually forced into
slavery on the 'l;.,ic) '," (the
Creole word for planta-
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Republic. Their children
are stateless, neither Hait-
ian nor Dominican, as the
government of the Domini-
can Republic refuses to
issue birth certificates,
ignoring their existence.
The film also shows the


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desperate situation in Haiti,
where deforestation and
poverty rival the terror
imposed by a military that
acts as God, deciding who
should live and die practi-
cally at whim.
On Sunday evening, there
was total silence at the end
of Haiti Cherie, before the
resounding applause for the
filmmaker. His goal is to
get the message out and
make the public aware of
the slavery inflicted on
these men and women, and
attract attention to the
apocalyptic situation in
Haiti. The film is a cry for
help. A plea for aide, which
resounds even louder as the
actors in the film are actual
cane cutters playing the
roles they suffer in their
real lives.
"That which always struck
me about the terrible
tragedy of the Haitians in
the Dominican Republic,


is that this system of
methodic and intentional
exploitation was set up by
a country whose constitu-
tion is recognized and
accepted by the European
union and the Western
world," explains del Punta,
"a world in which we
assume that the rules of
civil cohabitation and
human rights are respect-
ed. This kind of treatment
of a people by a neighbor-
ing country reminds us of
situations that took place
in the past and should not
exist today. Another dra-
matic aspect of this situa-
tion is that it is not dis-
cussed in the global
media: in this tragedy,
there is no George Bush
exerting pressure to
resolve it, or the presence
of oil and other financial
interests to justify it."
Fii.,i;ii.. courageous, and
emotional, this film needs to
be seen by larger audiences.
For the time being, there is
only one distributor-Pierre
Grise Distribution in
Paris-that has accepted the
risk of showing it: 20 prints
are ready to be distributed
in France as of May 28.
Claudio del Punta is count-
ing on the opinion of the
public to "bless" his film,
and with that ;l.\\i..
hopefully wider distribution
will follow.


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grade class will be added to the
College Mireille Choisy-taught
and administered by the school staff.
The news was official as of Thurs-
day, April 24 when an agreement
was signed between the school, the
Collectivity, the school board, and
the Northern Islands high school
authority. The agreement was signed
for a period of two years and can be
automatically renewed...if the expe-
rience is positive.
Twenty-eight of the 70 students cur-
rently in eighth grade were pre-
enrolled while waiting for the final
decision to be made to add the class.
Qualified professors will teach the
class in two new classrooms, which
are to be built in the school court-
yard by the Collectivity. One of the
compelling reasons for the addition


-' of the . to open a ninth grade class in Saint Barth: (
Ledee, principal of . n .. i.runo Magras, president of the
S.. Miossec, school board representative, and /' '. Bon,
headmaster of the Northern Islands '
of this new class was to ease the sep- to leave the island at the age of 15 to
aration anxiety for students who had continue their schooling.


Created in 1961 by the
French Ministry of Educa-
tion, a national competition
centered on The Resistance
and Deportation was an
idea put forth by the associ-
ation of French Veterans of
Foreign Wars. This year's
competition was based on
the theme "Aide to people
persecuted or pursued dur-
ing the Second World War:
a form of resistance." The
competition was held for
the first time at the Mireille
Choisy junior high school.
Ten ninth-grade students
participated in the event,
which took place on morn-
ing in late March, under the


NorineAubin took top honors in the competition, with
Myrouan Diab and I ... Aubin in second and third place.


supervision of Roland
Gr6aux, assistant principal,
and the organizer of the
competition in Saint-


Barth6lemy, along with his-
tory/geography teacher
Nicole Gr6aux. The stu-
dents were asked to ana-
lyze a series of documents
concerning the Resistance
in the French West Indies,
which was called "dissi-
dence" here. Then they had
to write a paper on the two
themes. The papers were
graded and the top score
was presented an award by
the Saint Barth chapter of


the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, during the World
Book Day on Sunday.
Norine Aubin took first
place, with Myrouan Diab
and Elodie Aubin placing
second and third, their
work was sent to the school
board and will compete on
the departmental level. If
they win, they go on to the
national finals.
During the award presenta-
tion, Roland Gr6aux
announced that the work
done by the students was
the beginning of research
into the acts of resistance
that took place in Saint
Barth6lemy during WWII.
He then spoke of the dissi-
dence in the French West
Indies, and of the men who
went to the British islands
or to Dominica or St Lucia,
in order to get to the United
States, from where they
went to fight alongside the
Allied Forces.


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usic director Charles Dard-
en and Saint Barth's
Chorale de Bons Choeurs
left for New York City on Tuesday,
April 29. As part of their visit to the
Big Apple, the choir had the honor of
being selected to ring the closing bell
of the New York Stock Exchange on
Wednesday, April 30 at 4pm-an
event televised worldwide on CNN
and other financial channels. "This
adds a very special moment to our
visit to New York," says Darden. The
chorale will also perform with mem-
bers of the choir of Saint Marks-in-
the-Bowery in afternoon concert of
classics, pop, and gospel, including
the New York premiere of The Hymn
of St. Barth6lemy. The concert takes
place on Sunday, May 4 at 2pm in
The Parish Hall of St. Marks Church,


Second Avenue at 10th Street, New Information can be found at the
York City. The concert directed by choir's blog site:
Charles Darden and Jeannine Otis, lip lI',.! Ii..' i ', l i.1
music director at St. Marks Church.


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AN 1 8-METER KETCH I


The Saint Barth Rescue at Sea serv-
ice was called into action early
Wednesday morning to help an 18-
meter ketch that was in difficulty.
The English couple aboard
could not control their boat,
Calliope of Arne, since the
motor and rudder had stopped
working. They called for
assistance from the CROSS
AG, the Antilles-Guyana res-
cue service. As the boat was
located approximately 11 nau-
tical miles from the coast of
Saint Barth, the maritime res-
cue center responsible for the
Northern Atlantic zone con-
tacted the closest rescue sta-
tion, that of Saint Barth, at .
approximately 4:30am. A
crew including Max Peter,
Frantz Questel, Philippe *
Hochart, Louis Eugene
Magras, and Frantz Gr6aux
set out in the Capitaine Danet


rescue boat and were able to easily
bring the boat and its occupants to
safety at the dock in Gustavia.


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The bi-annual Lion's Club blood
drive, held last weekend at the fire
station is Saint Jean, had set a goal
of 180 donations, and when all was
said and done, they had 184 packets
of blood collected from the 200 peo-
ple who were potential donors. This
blood can be used for transfusions
of almost 60 people.


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S/- Armagnac, Calvados, Rhum, French Vodka
Foie gras, Salt of Wine
Wine tasting every day at the shop
Easy to park your car & Free delivery
Your Wine Shop in Grand-Fond
Tel./Fax : 05 90 52 20 96
open Monday to Saturday
9:30am to 12:30am 2:00pm to 6:30pm

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Real Estate
For sale, a villa situated in
Gustavia in which lots of
improvements can be done
and with a sea view. Contact
St. Barth Property/ Sotheby's
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05

For sale, a land on the hill-
side of St. Jean with a double
view on St. Jean and Saline.
Contact St. Barth Pil..pu!l, '
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

Marigot: Very nice 2
bedroom apartment like a
small house, recently reno-
vated, nice decor and pain-
tings, large view on Tortue
Island and Marigot Bay.
Contact Immobarth Agency
Benoit Loriou: 06 90 465
833

Vitet : B ,iill.l ili view
above Toiny and Petit Cul de
Sac, facing the ocean, uphill.
For this charming villa with
3 bedrooms, 4 bath, pool,


deck, large piece of land sqm
2 200. Contact : Immobarth
Agency /Benoit Loriou: 06
90 465 833

Extremely Rare. Spacious
apartment 3 bedrooms,
office and pool. Seaview on
Eden Rock Hotel. Contact:
Immobarth Agency /
Christophe Sachot:
05 90 519 519.

Land
For sale, a 2 bedroom house
under construction situated
in Vitet with view on Grand
Cul de Sac. Good opportu-
nity. Contact St. Barth
Property/Sotheby's
International Realty : 0590
29 75

Anse des Cayes : Beautiful
piece of land, nice view on
the ocean, Building permit
for a 3 bedroom villa with
large pool. Size about sqm
600. Contact Immobarth
Agency / Benoit Loriou: 06
90 465 833


LUXURY OCEANFRONT VILLA
FOR SALE
2 bedrooms 2,5 baths with
stunning view
Exquisite furnishing and decor,
among the finest on island
Very quiet yet close to airport
and Gustavia. Also available
3000m2 hillside land with permit
Amazing view
001 610 587 7441 and 001 610 775 1553.
or visit our website : www.stbartvilla.comrn



St Barth WEEKLY
Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" ISSN-1766-9278
Ph.: 05.90.27.65.19. Fax: 05.90.27.91.60
email: stbarthweekly@wanadoo.fr
www.stbarthweekly.com
Director & layout: Avigael Haddad Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation : Ellen Lampert Greaux, Photographe : Rosemond Greaux
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H Emergency numbers


Shipping rescue
Gendarmerie
PAF / airport & port police
Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy Aeroport
Gustavia
Saint Jean


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059027 1170
05 90 29 76 76
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ZLcckini "alla Parmigiana", Bufala Mozzarella, Fresk Tomato Sauce.
Melanzane alla Parmigiana con Mozzarella di Bufala alla Calabrese.
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"Napoli" Spaghetti wit Clams.
Spaghetti di Crano Duro di %apoli Spadellati alle Vongole.
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Pan Fried Calamary, Crushed Potatoes, Baby Zucckini,
Spicy Candied Tomato Sauce.
Calamari ScotHati in Mn Solo Lato, Patate Schiacciate, M ini Zucckine,
Salsa di Pomodoro Candito Piccante.
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"Milanese Osso B.cco", Pan Fried Risotto with Saffron Pistils.
Osso Bucco alia Milanese, Risotto Spadellato ai Pistilli di Zafferano.
38 Q


Chocolate and Hazelnut Truffle, Dulce de Lecce
.Oce-Cream Dessert, Pepper Chocolate Sauce.
Tartufone di Cioccolato e Nocciole, Semifreddo al Fior di Late,
Salsa al Cioccolato Pepato.
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Anse de Giand Cul de Sac Reservations: 0590 52 90 00

The restaurant will be open this summer except on Monday and Thursday




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