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Narrative Short Film
UNSHAKEN follows Mohlenne Bosse, a young Haitian woman, as she learns how to walk on crude prosthetics after suddenly losing both of her legs to a mysterious affliction baffling the Haitian and American doctors who worked to save her legs and then her life. As she grapples with the loss of her mobility, the loss of her mother and the near constant turmoil her country faces she finds strength in the pursuit of becoming a prosthetist and sharing her story with her country. Four years after her surgeries she continues to inspire both the surgeons and nurses who treated her and anyone who crosses her path. When she smiles the room lights up and when she looks at you she touches your soul.

Saturday, January 13, 2024
Session 1 – 12:00 PM

January 14 – February 13, 2024


Director: James Q Martin
Director: Nicholas Geib
Producer: Molly Brown
Genre: Documentary
Country: United States
Language: English, Haitian Creole
Run Time: 17 mins.
Contact: [email protected]

Director Biography
James Q Martin, Nicholas Geib

James Q Martin (aka “Q”) is an acclaimed adventure photographer and award winning filmmaker whose work has been featured worldwide. Inquisitive, spirited and dedicated to regional and international conservation and social efforts, Q has traveled extensively throughout the American Southwest and to 35 countries documenting the stories of world-class athletes, artists, conservationists, filmmakers and scientists who inspire him. By capturing their compassion for special places on film, he hopes to raise awareness for issues facing our communities worldwide, and to unite people taking steps to preserve and protect these places for future generations.


Mohlenne Bosse