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Atlanta Film Festival says
As part of our 10-day celebration of the moving image, both PIVOT, REVOLT, and the Atlanta Film Festival proudly present the documentary feature film Imba Means Sing (75 min).


Location: Rialto Center for the Arts
Showtime: 7:30PM » Seated @ 7:15PM
Price: $10.00 (only available through Rialto Box Office)
Run Time: 75 minutes
Line Information: Online ticket buyers will be admitted into Line B; a greeter will be available at all ATLFF venues to guide you to the correct line.

Directed by Danielle Bernstein
United States/Uganda, 2015, English, 75 minutes

Follow Moses and Angel, members of the Grammy-nominated African Children's Choir from Uganda, on their journey to obtaining an education despite extreme poverty. Against the odds, Moses dreams of becoming a pilot and Angel is determined to become the first female President of Uganda. Along with the choir, Moses and Angel travel to different international venues to bring awareness to the importance of education for all children—regardless of the lack of resources—through their love of music.


- Atlanta Music Project Choir
- Yacht Rock Revue

For additional information and to view a trailer for this film, please visit this feature's home on our festival website.


Kristy Breneman is the Atlanta Film Festival's Creative Director; this documentary feature was curated by Kristy for our Atlanta audience out of a wide-selection of truly exceptional submissions, sent from all over the world.


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Thank you for supporting our local film community and the Atlanta Film Festival!
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By: Atlanta Film Festival

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