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Muska Films, Haiti
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Gilbert Mirambeau Jr. is a producer, writer, and activist. He studied marketing at University of Montreal and returned to Haiti to make films after a few years in the corporate world. Today he’s the general manager of Muska Group, a leading audiovisual production company based in Haiti. In 2015, he founded Muska Films to produce heartfelt movies, poignant documentaries and TV series. In 2017, he produced Kafou, and in 2021 his first feature, Kidnapping Inc. Today, Gilbert focuses on his next feature, Dorval’s Street scheduled for 2023, and The Other Side of the Sea, a documentary scheduled for 2023 and a TV series, Papa Doc scheduled for 2024.
Founded in 2013, Muska Films is a film production company based in Haiti. Our goal is to tell stories that matter through heartfelt genre films and TV series, and socially engaged documentaries. As cinema plays a fundamental role in society, we explore themes on society, human rights, and politics to change the narrative and contribute to the development of the Haitian film industry. In 2017 we produced Kafou, which won several awards and nominations (e.g., Best Film at Austin Film Festival). In 2021, we produced Kidnapping Inc. scheduled for release early 2023 and With Naomie, a documentary due for release in fall 2022.
Rue Dorval by Bruno Mourral (Fiction, 90’, 2023)
Papa Doc (TV series, 60’, 3 seasons, 2023/24)
The Picture (WT) by Gilbert Mirambeau Jr. (Documentary, 90’, 2023/24)