Kevin Pina's gripping, 66 minute documentary film, Haiti: We Must Kill the Bandits, has been released in late 2010 for general distribution. Consisting of footage and commentary by the filmmaker and interview subjects, it tells the story of the foreign military intervention that overthrew elected government in Haiti in 2004 and then established the military occupation force known as MINUSTAH. Today, MINUSTAH numbers 13,500 soldiers, police and administrative personnel.
Find more information on the film, including reviews, details on purchasing a DVD, and streaming the film through broadband internet access for $2, here. To read a commentary on the film by Jean Saint-Vil, see here.
The film can be ordered in Canada for $20 plus shipping. E-mail email@example.com or phone Haiti Solidarity BC (in Vancouver) at 778 858 5179.