We are pleased to be working with Momentum Pictures to help promote the powerful new Documentary ‘Imba Means Sing’ which arrives on Digital worldwide December 4, 2015. A grand prize winner will win two T-shirts from the film in addition to a Digital Movie Code and two runner ups will win a Digital Movie Code for the film. Hit the jump for the simple instructions on how you can enter for your chance to win, along with some more info about the film.
Courtesy of Momentum Pictures (an eOne company):
One (1) Grand Prize winner will win an Ultimate Prize Pack including a pair of ‘Imba Means Sing’ T-Shirts (colors vary, sizes available include kids/women/men S-XXL) plus a Digital Code for the movie!
Two (2) runner up winners will also be selected to receive a Digital Code for the film.
Winners will be selected shortly after the entry deadline date and will be contacted via email at which point the Shirts will be shipped to the Grand Prize winner. Just follow the two simple steps listed below in order to enter the giveaway for your chance to win and good luck!:
PLEASE NOTE: The Deadline for entering is Monday, December 21, 2015! No entries submitted after December 21 will be accepted and only US residents are eligible to win.
A. Like our Facebook page and the giveaway post pinned to the top of the page
B. Follow us on Twitter and favorite the giveaway post on there
C. Sound off in the comments telling us why you look forward to seeing the film!
More info about ‘Imba Means Sing’:
Debuting digitally on December 4th, IMBA MEANS SING is an intimate character portrait told through the perspective of eight-year-old Moses, the choir’s star drummer. Growing up in the slums of Kampala, Uganda, Moses and his family lack enough resources for him to even attend the first grade and know all too well that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure his future and change the course of his family’s life. Armed with his youthful resilience and infectious smile, the film follows his journey from poverty towards his dream of becoming a pilot as he works for an education and spreads the magic of his African childhood.
Two fellow Choir members –Angel and Nina – join Moses as audiences experience Uganda and the West through their inquisitive and joy-filled eyes. Share in the heartbreak, homesickness and candid humor as Moses loses his drum solo, Nina yearns for her mom to get a job, and Angel pushes herself to become the first female President of Uganda. While the journey may come to a close when the children return home, one thing is certain: life as they knew it would never be the same.
Children selected to be in the African Children’s Choir are professionally trained to sing and dance. With their new vocational and educational opportunities, they are flown to the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom to perform in theaters, churches and community centers. Wise beyond their years, Angel, Moses and Nina understand the enormity of the opportunity they’ve been given and want desperately to do a good job. They are performing to raise the money that will fund their educations through college. The stakes are high: their own futures and the futures of their families rest in their hands.
In an effort to raise awareness and support for music education locally and equal access to education as a human right globally, IMBA MEANS SING will be released digitally worldwide December 4th. 100% of the filmmaker profits will be donated to help educate more kids in Africa through the African Children’s Choir.
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