25 Frames

‘25 Frames’ is the story of a young Haitian girl, Eli, who recently immigrated to the United States and is struggling to integrate into her new community. One day, she meets a fellow broken-hearted-girl, Fatimah, and they explore their neighbourhood and sharpen their photographic voices together.


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25 Frames (2022)

Short (13mins) Narrative


United States of America


All Ages


Lunise Cerin


Thu 22 Sep 2022, 8.00pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 09

World Premiere

Lunise Cerin

Lunise Cerin

Lunise Cerin is a queer, Haitian-American filmmaker. Most of her work resides on the imaginary border between the US and the Caribbean. She loves to tell stories of black people’s pursuit of self expression, liberation and love. After receiving her BS in sociology, with a minor in photography from Saint Joseph’s University, Cerin married her love of people and images by pivoting to film. In 2012 Cerin moved to Los Angeles where she began her career as a content producer at the SVOD platform Black&Sexy TV. In 2019 she worked as a location producer for Le Mancelinier video essay by David Hart funded by the Pew Foundation, and is currently working as Editor and Story producer for her second feature documentary film, The Battle for Haiti. Cerin is an MFA candidate in Columbia University’s Screenwriting MFA program, where she was admitted with the Bridges Larson Foundation Fellowship.

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