Don’t miss this thought-provoking documentary fil mand the great opportunity of an Q&A with the young film crew and some of the homeless people who appear in the documentary!
Wednesday, 13 JULY 2011, 18H00 @ L ABIA on Orange
THE VISUAL IMPACT INTERNS SCREEN A DOCUMENTARY FILM
“CAPE TOWN – MOTHER CITY?”
You are welcome to bring any donations such as blankets, clothings, toiletries, soup tins etc.
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Tickets are R20 per person
that will help us to cover the Labia venue
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”CAPE TOWN – MOTHER CITY?”
Is written, produced & directed by Tresor Ilunga Mukuna, Executive Producer Marius Van Straaten
Cape Town is the second-most populous city in South Africa and its most popular destination for tourists. It is especially known for its beautiful beaches, Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Robben Island and the Cape Peninsula with famous Cape Point. Because of its rich and diverse history, it is also one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world. Cape Town is also known as the ‘Mother City’, but for those living on the streets the perceptions are not the same…
Refugee film maker reveals Cape Town´s injustices: “Tresor Ilunga Mukuna arrived in Cape Town penniless, clutching little more than his dream of becoming a filmmaker. When the young Congolese became homeless for a brief time, he quickly learnt the Mother City holds little nurture for those on the streets — an experience that inspired his first film…” (Leanne Farish, BIG ISSUE South Africa)