It’s been nearly three decades since Haiti’s Triomphe cinema shuttered its doors, but the storied theater is back — and with a bit of Hollywood swag to boot. With the red carpet rolled out and an official photographer in place, some of Haiti’s top entertainers celebrated Triomphe’s grand reopening, a sign for many that things might finally be turning after the devastating earthquake in 2010. The theater closed its doors in 1987, and like so many iconic Port-au-Prince buildings, was destroyed in the massive quake that killed more than 250,000 people and shattered much of the country’s infrastructure. No films have been publicly screened anywhere for six years, in a country where access to basics — such as clean water and electricity — are a daily struggle, let alone film projectors and screens. The symbolic re-opening of Triomphe, which means ‘triumph’

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