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Publication Date: April 24, 2009
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Sixth Edition of
"Around the Island" At Sea


The sixth edition of the
"Around the Island" event
organized by the Nautical
Center of Saint Barth, in
collaboration with Radio
Saint Barth, takes place
May 1-3. This tour,
launched in 2004, has
expanded this year to
include Laser sailboats,
while in the past it was
limited to sport catamarans
and wind surfing. This
year's first prize of 1000


Euros goes to whoever
breaks the speed records
set during the first edition
of the event in 2004: Ricar-
di Maricel, wind-surfing
(lhl4mn37sec); or by the
team Jeff Ledee/Vincent
Jordil on sport catamaran
(lh32mn50sec). The
organizers hope that the
large prize money will help
attract record-level partici-
pation for the 2009 edition
of the event.


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Celebrated Swiss journalist
and radio/television produc-
er Bernard Pichon is known
as a "big voyager." His arti-
cles appear regularly in the
Swiss press, he hosts a pro-
gram about traveling on
Radio Suisse Romande's
Saturday Journal, produces
the "voyages" section for the
program "Dolce Vita," and
has created a website called
"Pichon Voyager," whose
goal is to share his passion
for traveling.
Pichon's travels recently
brought him to Saint Barth
where he met with the press
representative for the Toiny
Hotel during the Easter holi-
days, accompanied by pho-
tographer Carlos Brito. Their
goal: fabulous photographs


"Voyages"


ana videos mat win give
well-heeled Swiss tourists a
"taste" of the hotel: "the
sense of security, protection
of the environment, luxury
accommodations, in spite of
the distance which could be
a deterrent, there is every-
thing here to please the
Swiss clientele," insists this
indefatigable globe trotter,
who had just returned from
three days in the Arab Emi-
rates before coming here.
The first of these "tasty"
videos is already online at
www.pichonvoyageur.ch,
while others are being edit-
ed. Pichon's reports should
also be broadcast in May on
"Dolce Vita," as well as on
the Saturday Journal on
Radio Suisse Romande.


23rd Edition of the Carifta Swimming Games
SEVEN MEDALS FOR THEO ESTASSE!


The Antilles-Guyane team
of 21 swimmers, including
Theo Estasse of Saint Barth
Natation, finished third at
the Carifta Swimming
Games, which took place
April 16-19 in Aruba. The
team, which won the last
four editions of the Carifta
Swimming event, garnered
a total of 47 medals this
year (18 gold, 17 silver, and
12 bronze) They stood in
third place on the podium,
with the team from the
Bahamas in second place
(with 49 medals) and the
swimmers from Trinidad &
Tobago taking first place


with 67 medals, of which
31 were gold! And what
about the results for the
swimmer from Saint Barth
Natation? Theo, who had
won a gold medal in 2008,
came home decorated with
seven medals-as the
swimmer with the second
highest number of medals
at the Carifta Games. He
won a gold medal for the
400m medley (mixed
strokes), five silver medals
for 50m, 100m, and 200m
breaststroke and 200m
backstroke, as well as a
bronze medal for the 100m
medley relay!


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TIME OUT

Where to go dandng? See an art exhibit? Listen to live music?
Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party!


Live Music
I Through May 9
Akies Trio, from 9pm
to midnight, Bet'A Z'ailes,
Gustavia
I Friday April 24
- PapaGuyo & Kamille from
Karmina, LIVE California
Pop Rock 8pm at La Mandala,
Gustavia
I Saturday April 25
PapaGuyo & Kamille from
Karmina, LIVE California
Pop Rock 8pm at Le Cesar,
Saint Jean

- Live music with DJ Patris
Gero, La Mandala, Gustavia
I Sunday April 26
- PapaGuyo & Kamille from
Karmina, LIVE California
Pop Rock from 1pm at D6
Brazil, Gustavia
- Ibiza Sunset Cocktail by
Patris Gero from 4pm
at D6 Brazil, Gustavia

Niqht Club
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
-Eleven 12, Gustavia
-The Strand Supper club
Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin

Let's Party
New suggestions every nights:
Fashion show & dance show at
le Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Saturday. April 25
- Caribbean vibes at Hot Spot
Caf6, Lurin
- Saturday Night Fever at The
Strand, Supper Club
- Love Music for a lovely night
at Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Sunday April 26
-Djoul from St Barth at The
Strand Supper Club
I Monday April 27
- Disco Night avec Fabien
Kouffach, at Yacht Club
I Wednesday April 29
- Bling Bling (R&B Deluxe)
Old Skol meet the future at
the Strand Supper Club
- Bad girls with DJ Piro at
Eleven 12, Gustavia
I Thursday April 30
- Overkitch 70-80-90 at
the Strand Supper Club
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Fashion Show
I Every Tuesday
- 6:30pm: Fashion show by the
pool, from the boutique at the
Isle de France, Flamands
- 9:30 pm, Fashion Show &
Dance Show at Ti St Barth, I
Everyday
-1:30- 2 pm, Case de 'ile,
Isle de France, Flamands
- 1.30pm & 8:30pm, fashion
show featuring Wild Side,
La Plage, St Jean
- Fashion show at le Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
- 1:00pm Fashion show at Le
Tamarin, Saline

Exhibitions
I Steven Guermeur, paints... at
to b.art Gallery, Gustavia
I The Exhibition of Malaika
Sweig, The Giant Squid,
Drawings, The video of
Laeticia Bourget, eternel
retour, and Dustry White, the
red light series project at
TomBeachArtStudio,
I Permanent exhibits
- Works by Cyrille Margarit at
Nikki Beach, St Jean
- Paintings by Suzanne Mac
Nally, Les Artisans, Gustavia
- Photography by Wolfgang
Ludes, at Clic Bookstore and
Gallery, Gustavia.
- Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Group show at Pipiri Palace,
Gustavia
- Zaza Noah at Bar't6
Restaurant, Guanahani Hotel
Grand Cul de Sac
- Rose Murray, Comptoir du
Cigare, Gustavia
* Sculptures by Timothy
Holmes, Comptoir du Cigare,
Gustavia
SArtists' collections
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Didier Spidler, Gustavia
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Mitchell Summer, Toiny
IArt Gallees
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Pipiri Boutique, Art Gallery
-Spindler Art Gallery
-TomBeachArtStudio,
-Clic Gallery, Gustavia


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14th Annual St Barth Film Festival :


Marking the 50th anniver-
sary of the Cuban revolu-
tion, the 2009 edition of the
Saint Barth Film Festival,
which takes place this Sat-
urday through April 30,
examines this historic event
spearheaded by Ernesto
Che Guevara, and Raul,
and Fidel Castro, as they
created a Pro-Soviet regime
just miles from the United
States in the late 1950s.

Over the years, the festival
has projected many wonder-
ful films made in Cuba, the
largest island of the Greater
Antilles. This year, the
focus is from a different
angle: that of international
filmmakers who turned
their lenses toward Cuba.
This was a decision made
by the festival organizers
who wanted to present this


unusual island in a different
manner. The highpoint of
the program: without a
doubt the projection of both
parts of Che, the Spanish-
American film made by
Steven Soderbergh (Satur-
day, April 25 and Sunday,
April 26 at AJOE). Che was
presented at the Cannes
Film Festival in 2008,
where lead actor Benecio
Del Toro won the prize for
Best Actor for his interpre-
tation of Che Guevara. Part
bio-pic, this diptych focuses
on two major moments in
the life of the iconic revolu-
tionary, Ernesto Guevara:
The first film, The Argen-
tine, covers his fight in
Cuba's Sierra Maestra, from
1956-1959, before taking
power in Havana; The sec-
ond film, Che Guerilla,
explores his final defeat in


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But if there were a master-
piece not to be missed-at
least in the opinion of Mar-
tin Scorsese and Francis
Ford Coppola-it would be
"Soy Cuba," which will be
projected at AJOE on Tues-
day, March 28. Made by
Soviet director Mikhail
Kalatozov in 1964, just five
years after the Cuban revo-
lution, the film was initially
intended to serve as propa-
ganda for the new Cuban
state run by Fidel Castro.
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Moscow, as it did not meet
the approval of the Soviet
authorities or that of the
Cuban leader. Ironically, it
also fell under the American
blockade of Cuba, and was
not shown in the US until
1992 at the Telluride Film
Festival. Yet another year
would go by before Martin
Scorsese and Francis Ford
Coppola discovered it at the
San Francisco Film Festi-
val, and moved by the beau-
ty of the images and the fer-
vor of its tone, added their
signatures to the poster to
help ensure wider distribu-
tion in the United States.

Two other festival events
also focus on Cuba: the pro-
jection "Almendron mi
Corazon," a film by direc-
tors Steve and Stephanie
James, which is dedicated to
the "American beauties,"
those vintage automobiles
from before the revolution,
which paradoxically have
become a piece of the
island's revolutionary histo-
ry. There will also be a
round-table discussion in
collaboration with the
Lyceum Club at the Capi-
tainerie on Wednesday,
April 29 at 6pm. Based on
the theme "The
Impact Of Cuba
On Caribbean
Cinema," the dis-
cussion will be
moderated by pro-
fessor Dr.
Frangoise Pfaff an
expert in literature
and cinema from
Howard Universi-
ty (born in Guade-
loupe and raised in
France where she
earned her PhD at
the University of
Paris), and feature
Joshua Harrison,
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Focus On Cuba


co-director of the St. Barth
Film Festival, and filmmak-
ers Steve and Stephanie
James.

Listen To The Music
In addition to its Cuban
focus, the festival will also
project "Fados," the latest
film by Carlos Saura. Fol-
lowing "Flamenco" (1995)


FADOS, by Carlos Saura
and "Tango" (1998), this n
Spanish filmmaker turned I
his interest to Fado, the
melancholic musical style
from Portugal that is heard i
from Angola to Brazil. c
Another musical note on the b
program-on the giant a
inflatable screen brought c
from Guadeloupe by the t
association, Cine Woule, and i
projectionist Jean-Marc g
Cesaire- is "Soca Power in I
Trinidad and Tobago," a p
recent film by Claude Santi- n
ago featuring stars of Soca, a F
musical genre akin to Calyp- (
so dance music born during d
Carnival in Trinidad in the e
70s. Producer Jean-Michel ti
Gibert will present the film. (
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Another festival guest is the a
Haitian filmmaker, Arnold
Antonin, who will be wear-
ing two hats: he will present
two of his films, "Does The
President Have Aids?" and
"Jacques Roumain: la pas-
sion d'un pays," and serve as
representative for the Second
Travelling Caribbean Film
Showcase, this time dedicat-
ed to children and adoles-


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:ents. Its goal is to expose
audiences to film and video
reductionn from around the
Taribbean basin via a suit-
ase full of short films and a
ew features. Of the more
han 15 hours of films, the
estival will present two pro-
rams on Saturday, April 25
ind Wednesday, April 29 at
he Capitainerie at 3pm. Two
other 52' videos
Complete the pro-
Sgram-"Terre des
Saintes" (Monday,
April 27) and
"Anguilla, From
One World To
Another," (Wednes-
day, April 29) by
two films by Cedric
Robion, a young film-
naker who lives in Saint
3arth and Paris.

Cine Plage
k partner with the festival
'ver the years, La Plage will
becomee a beach "theatre" for
special opening night event
n Saturday at 10:30pm after
he projection of Che at
JOE. Selected by art/video
allery curator Valentine de
3adereau, the Cine Plage
programm includes experi-
nental films from the
rench association, Light
,one, founded in 1982 to
istribute and promote
experimental cinema. Addi-
ional short films from Light
?one in 35mm will be pro-
ected during the screenings
t AJOE.
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ST. BARTH FILM FESTIVAL
14th April 25-30, 2009
PROGRAM
The projections at AJOE are in 35mm


U 3pm Capitainerie: Short films
Selections from the "Second Travelling Film Showcase
for Children and Adolescents in the Caribbean"
U 8pm AJOE: Che, Part 1, by Steven Soderbergh


U 4pm Capitainerie: Short Films
The "One Short One Movie," Series and La Prix de la
Region Guadeloupe
O 8pm AJOE: Che, Part 2, by Steven Soderbergh
O 10:30pm La Plage, St. Jean: Cine Plage
Stranger From Away, by Vera Graafn, Max Scott
& Nicole Peraud
De Dentro, byPeter ConradBeyer
Dance Number 1-6, byRaphaelMontanez Ortiz
Copacabana Beach, by Vivian Ostrovsky


Video Evening at La Capitainerie
O 7:00pm: Terre de Saintes, by Cedric Robion
O 8:30pm: Does The President Have Aids ? byArnold
Antonin


U 5pm Capitainerie: Jacques Roumain: La Passion
d'un Pays, byArnoldAntonin
U 8pm AJOE: Soy Cuba, byMikhailKalatozov
3 shorts by Steven Woloshen
Cameras Take Five
The Curse Of The Voodoo Child
DittyDot Comma


Q 3pm Capitainerie: Short films
Selections from the "Second Travelling Film Showcase
for Children and Adolescents in the Caribbean"
U 4:30pm Capitainerie: Anguilla, From One World To
Another, by Cedric Robion
O 6pm Capitainerie: Lyceum Club round table
"50 Years After The Revolution: The Impact Of Cuba
On Caribbean Film"
U 8pm AJOE: FADOS, by Carlos Saura
Shorts: Impressions en Haute Atmosphere byJose
Antonio Sistiaga
Outer Space byPeter Tscherkassy

Thursday April 30: Closing Night


So 8pm Flamands Beach
Almendron Mi Corazon,
by Steve and Stephanie James
Soca Power in Trinidad and Tobago,
5 by Claude Santiago




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Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" ISSN-1766-9278
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