Louverture Films is dedicated to the development and production of films of historical relevance, social purpose, commercial value and artistic integrity. Taking its name and inspiration from the great leader of the Haitian Revolution, Toussaint Louverture - famous for always creating an "opening" in the face of enormous obstacles - Louverture Films partners with progressive filmmakers and producers around the world and particularly from the global South, and pro-actively supports the employment and training of cast and crew from communities of color in the United States.

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CONCERNING VIOLENCE WINS CINEMA FAIRBINDET PRIZE AT BERLINALE

The prize recognizes film's contribution to intercultural dialogue and encouraging discovery of new perspectives

“THE MESSAGE” WINS PUMA CATALYST AWARD

Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein’s climate film finds support at Good Pitch Chicago, heads to CPH:DOX Forum

"THE HOUSE I LIVE IN" WINS GRIERSON AWARD

Eugene Jarecki’s film wins Grierson 2013: Best Cinema Documentary at British Documentary Awards