1. Dance workshop at King George VI Children's Centre & School


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    Dance workshop by Harold George, given at King George VI Children's Centre & School in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. This is one of many workshops that Harold facillitated while in Zimbabwe working on The Gospel of Othello for Intwasa Arts Festival koBulawayo, 2011.

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    • ANESU


      from Ben Stapley / Added

      In response to the HIV & AIDS crisis in Africa Bud & Mandy Jackson founded the ANESU Partnership to reach people infected, affected and at risk.

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      • Killarney: A Discarded People


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        This was a no-budget project filmed in June 2011, primarily to document the struggles of the people living in an informal settlement outside of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. I was asked to make the film by a lady who is involved with helping the people of Killarney. She took the DVD that was produced to England to help raise some funds through churches there. It was filmed on one day, using an entry-level Sony camcorder and a rather stiff tripod. It was also edited very quickly as there were some time constraints on the project. I would love to do a more professional job with both the filming and editing if I get another chance with my DSLR kit and some more time. ----------------------------------------------------------------- In May 2005, 2 months after turbulent Parliamentary elections, the ZANU PF government embarked on what was branded as a “clean-up” campaign, named Operation Murambatsvina. After targeting inner-city vendors, the campaign quickly moved onto small dwellings and informal settlements. Heavily armed police brutally enforced the eviction of residents and the destruction of their households. During the coldest month of the year, thousands of people were left on the streets with nowhere to go. One of the many settlements targeted was Killarney, situated on the outskirts of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. During Operation Murambatsvina, Killarny was razed to the ground, leaving its many residents stranded. Today, the Killarney residents face a constant battle to survive. This work briefly documents some of the struggles that the people of Killarney face everyday, and shows the striking faith that holds this community together.

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        • Tree of Life


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          Description of the work being done in Zimbabwe to help victims and perpetrators of political violence heal and come together to build healthy and resilient communities. Produced by Jackie Cahi

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          • MUSIC BY PRUDENCE_Trailer


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            Director/Producer: ROGER ROSS WILLIAMS Producer: ELINOR BURKETT Cast: PRUDENCE MABHENA Documentary / 2010 / 33 mins / English Prudence lives in Zimbabwe, and for a long time almost no one knew about that hauntingly beautiful voice. No one knew the strong, resilient woman that owned it. They were unable to overlook her body: born with a debilitating condition called arthrogryposis. Prudence Mabhena, 21, who was born severely disabled and has struggled to overcome poverty and discrimination. The film follows Prudence and her seven young band members, all disabled, as they play their music and inspire the people who once saw them as a curse.

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            • Tendai's Gang V.O.


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              Tendai’s Gang Synopsis Tendai is deaf, mute and blind. He lives in St. Marcellin orphanage in Zimbabwe with his friends. The children have different diseases and their friends and mates are taking care of them. They wash them up, feed them and play with them. What kind of responsability are we ready to assume with nine years old? Technical information Original title: Tendai’s Gang Genre: Feature Documentary Running time: 25 min. Format: HD, colour Screen ratio:16:9 Language: English, Spanish Subtitles: English, Spanish Sound: Stereo Year of Release: 2011 Director: José Ignacio de Juan Script: José Ignacio de Juan Music: Prelude (Author Ehma – Performed by Ehma) Trois Gymnopedie (Author Erik Satie – Performed by Juanjo Catalá Llorens)

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              • Rift


                from Jose-Lorenzo Maldonado / Added

                This is the "unpurple" version of the film, closer to its original intention. Updated in March 2012 with tweaks and clean ups.

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                • Susie's Birthday Party in Zimbabwe


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                  Special thanks to all of Susie's friends and family (and some new friends too) who donated to Susie's 40th birthday wish. You have given the children of House of Loveness the gift of education.

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                  • United Methodist Women's Revival--Zimbabwe


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                    A short passage from our recently released documentary film, AFRICAN CHRISTIANITY RISING: STORIES FROM ZIMBABWE (73:30) following some of our key characters, Mrs. Bwawa, a school teacher, and her neighbor and friend, Mrs. Bingepinge, to an annual revival of the women's association of the United Methodist Church of Zimbabwe. This passage shows the kind of all-night worship, or "pungwe," drawing on traditional religious practice, that has by now been embraced by most mainline, mission-founded churches in Zimbabwe. For more visit www.jamesault.com

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                    • Interview - Sugar Chagonda - Zimbabwe Tourism Authority


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                      http://zimbabrasil.com http://www.zimbabwetourism.net http://sunofthesamesons.blogspot.com Journalist: Karis Cozer Images and editions: Celso Salles http://educasat.com.br Interviewed: Sugar Chagonda Head - Public Relations, Events and Protocol Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Zimbabwe has land of vast investment opportunities that are supported by valuable factor endowments and infrastructural services. Tourism has great potential to become the largest industry in terms of foreign currency generation in the country. The country enjoys a broad tourism product base that avails immense investment potential for both locals and foreigners. Opportunities are available in the following areas: - • Conference Facilities and Convention Centres • Tourism Resorts and Casinos • Accommodation (Hotels and Lodges) • Sports Facilities - Golf Estates, Health Spas, Fitness Centres, etc • Restaurants • Exhibition Parks • Shopping Malls • Theme Parks • Air Services • Safari Train Services • Travel and Touring Services • Community Based Tourism Enterprises Why invest in Zimbabwe? • Zimbabwe is a safe and secure tourism and investment destination • The tourism sector is poised to grow as the leading key economic sector • Unparalleled stimulus incentives for tourism development • Underinvestment in various facets of tourism present opportunities not to be missed by serious investors • Growing demand for investment by both local and foreign investors bears testimony to the untapped potential.

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