Citizens of Nowhere

September 2013. Almost 250,000 Dominicans of Haitian descent are now stateless due to a ruling of the country’s constitutional court. Identified as scapegoats for all the problems affecting the country, they have lost their rights, liberty and identity. Narrated by Haitian poet and playwright Jean-Claude Martineau, this film takes us to the heart of the human drama lived by these migrants who have sacrificed everything to follow their dream of freedom.

Citizens of Nowhere (2015)


Dominican Republic, Haiti


Spanish and Haitian Creole, with English subtitles




Regis Coussot, Nicolas Alexandre Tremblay

Regis Coussot, Nicolas Alexandre Tremblay

Born in France, Régis Coussot also completed degrees in Communications and Journalism in that country. In 2005 he settled in Canada, where his articles and photos started showing up in various Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal newspapers. In 2012, he enrolled in the INIS Documentary Programme to hone his skills as a director. He is the writer, director and editor of the short Hart (2014) and Citizens of Nowhere, his first feature.

Nicolas Alexandre Tremblay graduated with a Masters in International Relations from Laval University in Quebec, and in documentary filmmaking from the National Institute of Image and Sound, also in Montreal. He is strongly ts

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