Everyone at the African Children’s Choir is thrilled to present to you the trailer for IMBA MEANS SING.
This independent documentary feature film follows the journeys of three African Children’s Choir members – Moses, Angel and Nina. Produced by friends of the Choir, filmmakers Erin Bernhardt and Danielle Bernstein.
Profits from the film will go to Music for Life to continue funding our programmes in Africa.
Tickets for a special screening of Imba Means Sing, at the Belfast Cinemagic Film Festival, are now on sale. Watch the inspirational film on Sunday 18th October at 6.30pm at the Odeon Cinemas, Victoria Square, Belfast. Book your tickets today!
Want to get involved?
Why not host a screening of “Imba Means Sing” in your Church, School or local theatre?
By doing so, you can experience the heart-warming journey of Moses, Angel and Nina in a group setting, with your students, colleagues, friends and neighbours. Spread awareness, have a discussion about the need for a quality education for all and use the opportunity to get involved further with the African Children’s Choir by raising funds on the night.
Music for Life needs funds to complete an exciting new project – a secondary school for African Children’s Choir members. Will you hold a screening and raise money for the organisation so that Moses, Angel and Nina will have a secondary school available to them that will provide the quality education they need to fulfil their dreams?
Together we can make a difference!
Here’s how it works…