Imba Means Sing is a documentary about one boy, Moses, in the African Children’s Choir. Here’s the story.
IMBA MEANS SING is the story of one little boy who is a big star. As the celebrity drummer from the Grammy-nominated African Children’s Choir, Moses relies on his youthful resilience. Growing up in the slums of Kampala, Uganda, Moses and his family lack enough resources for him to even attend the first grade.
The film is an intimate character portrait, stunningly shot and told through Moses’ perspective on his one shot journey from poverty towards his dream of becoming a pilot.
The purpose of the 500 day trip by these Ugandan children is to raise money for music education at home. A good reason to buy and watch it.
Danielle Bernstien is the director, Erin Bernhardt produced the film. The actress Connie Britton is a major supporter of this project.
The film has played many festivals and is now making the rounds of screenings around the country. Here’s a list of screenings. Imba Means Sing is available on iTunes, Amazon, Vimeo and Google Play.