Tales of Penthouse
 

Boulevard - 168
After a judgment issued by the Dominican government denationalizing thousands of Haitian-Dominicans, many Dominican-Americans face the same faith in New York City.

A Photographer talks about his clients who come to his studio to take portraits to then send to their families back in Dominican Republic. He asks them what they think about the possibility of having an immigration judgment issued by the United States that denationalizes them and deports them.

This short is inspired by the director's thoughts on the TC168 judgment issued by the Dominican government denationalizing thousands of Haitian-Dominicans.          

Genre: documentary
Length : 10:32 mins. color/b&w
Year : 2014
Language : english - spanish
Produced by POV films - Viewfinder
 

With the support of
NYFA

Crew
Director: Oliver Olivo
Producer: Ismelda Mojica, Guillermo Zouain
Editor: Guillermo Zouain

Festivals - Awards

- The 4th Annual Dominican Film Festival in New York City from 

- In the Competition of the 9th Edition of the River Film Festival, 

- Official Selection InShort Film Festival 2015 during the ‘4 CORNERS’ 

- Official Selection Seattle Short Film Festival.