PICCOLO FRATELLO HAITI is a TV series of 45 episodes, broadcast on Sky 803 from 2007 to 2008, which examined the problems of the local situation and the stages of progress of the project of Francesca Rava Foundation, treating a topics like the origin among other things of the crime generated by drug trafficking, the difficult relationship with the UN Minustah blue helmets, and the dramatic comparison of the activity of Father Rick and his medical team in the pediatric hospital of NPH and in the 'street clinics', field hospitals where it operates in a constant emergency often without drugs and without adequate equipment. The project is financed by Mediolanum Foundation and Studio MM Arnoldo Mosca Mondadori. Francesca Rava Foundation in 2007 started a humanitarian project to help street children in Port au Prince, Haiti.
During the first year, the documentation work of Fabio Ilacqua, Silvia Orazi and Roberto Pelitti, focused on the slums of Citè Soleil and Warf Geremie, following the construction of 4 new street schools and the start of an activity of self-financing of the
In the following years the director Fabio Ilacqua constantly followed the fieldwork of the Rava Foundation, documenting the Haitian situation also following the hurricane that hit the country in the summer of 2009, and the earthquake that destroyed the capital Port au Prince in January 2010.
During the phases of shooting and post-production contributed to the project: (Valentina Cicogna, Giacomo Agnetti, Davide Bazzali, Silvia Rossi, Gaetano Berni); shooting operators (Fabio Floris, Francesco Petruccelli, Mirko Saydo Mimi); interpreters and translators (Rosaline Paul, Barabara Medor, Gilbert Tranquillus). CREDITI (da mettere sia ITA / ENG) Registi: Fabio Ilacqua - Silvia Orazi - Roberto Pelitti Operatori di ripresa: Fabio Floris, Francesco Petruccelli, Mirko Saydo Mimi Montatori: Valentina Cicogna, Giacomo Agnetti, Davide Bazzali, Silvia Rossi, Gaetano Berni Fotografi: Francesco Giusti - Filippo Romano Traduttori e interpreti: Rosaline Paul, Barabara Medor, Gilbert Tranquillus