3 Zimbabwean films are set to be featured at the Annual Sotambe Documentary Film and Arts Festival that is scheduled for September 21 to 29 2019 in Zambia.
The Zimbabwean films are ‘State of mind‘ by Hopewell Chin’ono, ‘Mwenzule Uupya‘ by Binga teacher Kalulu Mampande and ‘5th Anniversary‘ by Melfin Tafirenyika respectively.
SOTAMBE Documentary Film and Arts Festival was established in 2014 in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia. In a local language SOTAMBE means “come and watch”.
The SOTAMBE FILM FESTIVAL itself runs in September. The annual event consists of documentary movie screenings followed by panel discussions targeting students from colleges and universities, as well as screenings of locally produced movies followed by discussions with the producers and directors on challenges they faced during the production process. Additional programme consists of art exhibition, concerts, filmmaking labs and many more.
The zimbabwean film makers are excited sheduled screenings and the recognition. The festival will also showcase film making and art workshops for children, art exhibition,outdoor screenings, entrepreneurship conferences and film making laboratories. Zimbabwe continues to penetrate the global market interns of entertainment.
Source: Youth Village Zimbabwe.