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APRIL 2016

Screening of her film MINUIT + Discussion + Q&A with Fabienne

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BROOKLYN - Sat, April 23

Walt Whitman Theatre
Brooklyn College Center for Performing Arts

2900 Campus Rd, Brooklyn, NY

BOSTON - Sun, April 24

Charles C. Winchester
Auditorium (Milton High)

25 Gile Road, Milton, MA

W. PALM BEACH - Sat, April 30

John L. Leonard
Senior High School Auditorium

4701 10th Ave N. Greenacres, FL

MIAMI - Sun, May 1

North Miami
Senior High School Auditorium

13110 NE 8 Avenue, North Miami, FL

Fabienne spent the last 12 years promoting diversity off and on screen through the Fabienne Colas Foundation. She created strong platforms that allow hundreds of artists to be seen and heard. With this Tour she wishes to reconnect with her fans who always supported her in all her accomplishments.

Fabienne wishes to thank everyone who contributed in making this unprecedented tour a big success!

Many, many thanks to the whole #FabUSATour team, the team at the Fabienne Colas Foundation, the supporters and donors, the media, our volunteers, the general audience who came to support in each state, friends and family and the devoted fans who made all of this significant and possible!

It’s happening!!!

Award-winning actress, director, speaker and producer Fabienne Colas is looking forward to hit the road and meet you all!

She will make a quick stop in four cities for what will be her first and unprecedented FABIENNE COLAS BIG USA TOUR from April 22 to May 1st 2016. 24 hours in each city, she will have an intimate conversation with her fan and answer all their questions right after the screening of her latest film Minuit. It's going to be fun, entertaining and fabulous - just like Fabienne!



VIP Package: $50
5PM - 5:30PM: Meet and Greet + Photo with Fabienne
Autographed 11x17 inches poster (of Fabienne)
6PM: Screening of Fabienne Colas's film MINUIT + Discussion/Q&A

Regular: $20 in advance ($30 @ door)
6PM: Screening of Fabienne Colas's film MINUIT + Discussion/Q&A


Comedy/Drama - 100 minutes – French with English subtitles - Canada
Directed by Fabienne Colas
Written by Sophia Desir
Produced by Fabienne Colas & Emile Castonguay
With: Fabienne Colas, Ralph Leroy, Yanick Dutelly, Sophia Desir, Natacha Noël

Patrick is seriously ill. His mother, Charlotte, a mambo (voodoo priestess), has to admit that she can’t do anything to save him. She can, however, save his soul and transfer it to another body so he can live again. Charlotte is hell-bent on getting the beautiful body of a successful actor. She asks her daughter, Shaina, a famous actress thanks to her mother’s magic formula, to seduce Nick and then put a spell on him so she can bring him to the house where Patrick is dying. A race against time and the forces of evil…


MINUIT Movie Trailer


Fabienne (Colas) is blessed with so many TALENTS and helpful to so many people. The world needs that energy and determination
Stedman Graham - bestselling author and entrepreneur
It has taken Fabienne Colas five years to do here (in Quebec) what it would sometimes take most Haitians 30 years to accomplish.
Dany Laferrière - Author, Member of the Académie française (French academy)
The woman behind this festival (Toronto Black Film Festival) is Fabienne Colas. Actress, director, producer, she has always cared about promoting independent cinema across the globe.
Magalie Homo - l’Express

Veritable success story… this actress turned formidable businesswoman has the talent to make things happen.
Jean-Christophe Laurence - La Presse
Girl from Haiti, woman of action
Nathalie Pétrowski - La Presse

More about Fabienne

The artist

Award-winning actress, director, producer and speaker, Fabienne Colas is still considered by many today as the most popular actress of Haitian cinema. She has received several awards, including the Ticket d’or (golden ticket) for best actress for Barikad in Haiti.

Fabienne started out as a model, she was crowned Miss Haiti 2000 and has representer the country in numerous beauty contests around the world. After a very successful film career in Haiti, Fabienne decided to give it a try in Quebec and played roles in various Quebec productions on both small and big screen (Watatatow, L'Auberge du chien noir, Comment conquérir l'Amérique en une nuit by Dany Laferrière, Virginie, Trauma, etc.). In 2008 she directed and produced her first film, Minuit, in which she also played the leading role. Her film was selected for the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois in 2009 and for the Montreal Haitian Film Festival in 2008.

The Philanthropist

When she became aware of the situation of black artists in Quebec, Fabienne decided to throw herself body and soul into supporting and promoting black culture and independent films on the international scene.

She created her self-titled foundation in order to accomplish this. Fabienne’s mission is to continue to create platforms that show a diversity of voices, faces and points of view. Every year, Fabienne also contributes to fundraising campaigns for various social, humanitarian, community and cultural causes.

She is the President and Founder of the Fabienne Colas Foundation, a foundation dedicated to changing the way people see the world through cinema, art and culture. She is also the founding president of many popular international festivals that attract more than one hundred thousand festival-goers each year, international celebrities and incredible media coverage: the Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF), Canada’s largest black film festival; the Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF); the Festival Haïti en Folie (Haiti on Fire) (in Montreal), the largest multi-disciplinary festival outside Haiti entirely dedicated to Haitian culture; the Festival Fade to Black, , dedicated to celebrating Black History Month; the Quebecois Film Festival in Haiti; and many more.

The Entrepreneur

Fabienne is also the CEO of Zaza Production dedicated to organizing cultural events, managing various trademarks, creating and managing Websites, and producing independent films and content.

Her organization has already carried out projects for both cultural businesses and foreign organizations such as the European Union. In 2011, she obtained a licence for two new cable television stations from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which she intends to develop with a view to promoting a better representation of cultural diversity on televisions in Quebec and Canada and providing a window to individuals who would, otherwise, never be seen or heard.

The Activism

Humanitarian Activism

After the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Fabienne appeared on all the media platforms calling on Canadian government authorities to soften immigration rules and encouraging them to make it easier for Haitian nationals affected by the earthquake to come to Canada. As a result, the government accelerated the reunion of families through special and exceptional measures. She also called on telecommunications companies to allow Haitians living in Canada to call their loved ones in Haiti for free, which the Vidéotron phone company agreed to do 48 hours later, for 30 days. Lastly, Fabienne was one of the thousands of voices to call on the general public to give generously for the cause, on top of having herself taken part in fundraising events to support various humanitarian organizations such as the Red Cross.

Social Activism

As an actor from a culturally diverse community living in Quebec since 2005, Fabienne is invited in this capacity to various discussion panels, conferences, debates, consultations and interviews to discuss issues connected with festivals and with the representation of diversity in the Canadian media and on the job market. She mentors various young people and immigrants. Fabienne has often become involved with underprivileged youth in schools and community centres on the issues of staying in school, academic achievement, self-esteem and excellence. She continues to fight for the representation of diversity on screens and in the media, as well as for equal opportunity for all!

Political Activism

Fabienne openly campaigned for Barack Obama in 2008. Through telephone calls, social networks and media appearances commenting on American politics, she encouraged her family, friends, loved ones, as well as the general public in the U.S. to go out and vote in these more than historic elections. She continues to get involved in each election, particularly in her community, to persuade the people of cultural communities and immigrants to exercise their right to vote in Canada in federal, provincial and municipal elections.

Causes & Initiatives

May 29, 2014

Attending the Fondation Paul Gérin-Lajoie fundraising evening. The Fondation Paul Gérin-Lajoie is dedicated to education for all and helps schools in developing countries.

May 16, 2014

Attending the Montreal Community Care Awards Gala that recognizes individuals making a difference in their communities.

May 13, 2014

Facilitator and spokesperson for the launch of 1,2,3 Action, an organization fighting against the sexual abuse of children.

May 3, 2014

Panelist at the Montreal Community Care Foundation’s Girls Action Empower Us day for teenage girls from disadvantaged backgrounds. A full day of workshops and activities aimed at building the confidence, life skills and academic success of Montreal teenage girls.

Awards and distinctions

On February 23, 2015, Fabienne was awarded a Medal from Quebec’s National Assembly from Kathleen Weil, Minister of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion of Quebec, recognizing her contribution to Quebec society in the fight against racism and discrimination in Quebec, and in tightening the bonds that bring together Quebecers of all origins.

2010 Black History Month award winner in Montreal

Plaque of honour in 2009 from the Ministère de la Culture et de la Condition féminine (ministry of culture and the status of women) in Haiti for her efforts to promote Haitian culture in Canada

Ticket d’or (golden ticket) for best actress in Haiti for the film Barikad in 2002

Crowned Miss Haiti in 2000

#FabUSATour Supporters

Astrid Fidelia - Community activist
I am thrilled and proud to welcome the Fabienne Colas USA Tour in Brooklyn on April 23, and I ask for everyone to throw their full support, attend and help spread the word.
Astrid Fidelia- Community activist
The Motion Picture Association of Haiti, Inc (MPAH) is very proud to welcome the Fabienne Colas Big USA Tour in Boston on April 24. We invite everyone to attend this unprecedented event.
Mora Junior Etienne - l’Express
What a great opportunity for us all to be able to welcome the Queen of Haitian cinema herself, Fabienne Colas, in West Palm Beach on April 30 and in Maimi on May 1st for the #FabUSaTour.
Mora Junior Etienne - Filmmaker



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