Win Tickets to Fezeka’s Voice25.09.2009
If you’re in Cape Town make quick. We’ve got 30 sets of double tickets to feature documentary Fezeka’s Voice to give away. And it’s screening tomorrow. Filmed in Gugulethu, the film highlights Home Affairs bureaucracy, as teens from Fezeka High School struggle to get the required identification for their debut at a prestigious international festival in the UK.
From the press release….“Fezeka’s Voice tells the true story of choirmaster Phumi Tsewu and his dedication to his township, his school and his choir. For 12-years he has been teaching the children at Fezeka High School in Gugulethu – not just how to sing, but how to live. Chronicling their challenge and first adventure overseas to perform on an international stage, the film follows Phumi’s commitment and spirit as he teaches the students everything from manners to Mozart, giving them focus, pride and joy.”
The film screens as part of the Tricontinental Film Fest. Sat 26th September @ the Waterfront @ 2:30 pm.
To get your tickets, email email@example.com. First come, first served!
For more info: www.fezeka.com