We want film: UkutholaInhloniphoKa Baba
The talented Ariel was born in Angola. He came to SA when he was seven years old. He studied film atht eh Tshwane University of Technology in 2012. Ariel directed a documentary on current EFC Africa Bantamweight champion, Demarte Pena. UkutholaInhloniphoKa Baba was shown at the Independent Mzanzi Short film festival (IMSFF). His third film, Board and Lodging, won best production for which Ariel won the trophy as producer and best Screenplay. The show starts at 7:30pm on 27 May.
Entrance to UkutholainhloniphoKa Baba is free. Physical address: Corner Lynnwood and Albeth, Die Wilgers. Contact the Asbos Theatre on 082-564-0999 for more information or email them at email@example.com.
May 26 th, 2015
Come and enjoy the beautiful music by Lizandra von Hagen at the Laughing Chefs on 28 may at 7pm.
Her Skin Speaks at Beefty’s
Her Skin Speaks is a movement dedicated to celebrating women and their bodies. The movement aims to find women “…whose bodies have more stories to tell then their own voice are able to.” Her Skin Speaks wants to “encourage women to see themselves as the beautiful beings that they are…to go back to their skin and unlearn everything that society has forced down on them…” Entrance is free and the event starts at 2pm. Beefty’s is located in de Kock Street. Contact them on 083-311-7210 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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