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Two Four Six World Premier
Monday, June 19th at the Los Angeles Film Festival
ArcLight Cinemas in Culver City

The documentary follows former Haitian basketball player and mentor Pierre Valmera, 35, as he travels between the U.S. and Haiti, training his mentees and recruiting new ones. Through the film, viewers are introduced to Schnider Herard, a young man struggling to cope beneath the pressures of his own talents, and Pierry Joseph, two of the selected students brought to the US by PowerForward, Valmera’s non-profit organization.

Directorial debut of filmmaker Leyla Nedorosleva

Morena Duwe – May 31, 2017
Huffington Post

Valmera’s goal is not just to save these kids from poverty, but also to encourage other recruiters to look to Haiti. While he believes that basketball will lead these kids to a better life, he also wants sports to act as a vessel to a better education.

Valmera’s goal is not just to save these kids from poverty, but also to encourage other recruiters to look to Haiti. While he believes that basketball will lead these kids to a better life, he also wants sports to act as a vessel to a better education.

Luke Winn – October 12, 2015
Sports Illustrated

Skal Labissiere’s journey from the aftershock of the earthquake in Haiti to becoming John Calipari’s prized recruit at Kentucky this season.

Pierre Valmera – Power Forward

Leyla Nedorosleva – July 10, 2015

The power forward story Power forward is a non-profilt organization empowering the next generation of leader in the global community. We use basketball and education to drive this change. Power forward holds basketball camps 4 times a year since 2008 in Haiti. Kids have the opportunity to be noticed for the U.S. education program. The camp is their opportunities to be noticed and included in the U.S. education program.

Mona Scott – June 16, 2015
BET

Mona Scott-Young and more attend the organization’s annual gala focused on uplifting and educating Haitian youth.

Marc Kilstein – March 10, 2015
PRI’s TheWorld

These days, the 6-foot-8 Valmera is one of the faces of Haitian basketball, and he’s remarkably confident that building up a national basketball team in Haiti will work.

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