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Won 3 Awards at USA Premiere

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At the film’s USA Premiere at the World Music & Independent Film Festival in Washington, DC on August 22, 2015, When Voices Meet won 3 awards: Best Documentary; Best Director; and Best Original Soundtrack. Sharon Katz and Marilyn Cohen also received the Annual Humanitarian Award. Share...

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USA Premiere in Washington, DC – Aug. 21

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The South African Embassy will officiate when the World Music & Independent Film Festival presents the USA Premiere of When Voices Meet on 8/21/15 at 9:00 PM at US Navy Memorial, 701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC. The band of Sharon Katz & The Peace Train will get everyone dancing as they perform immediately following the screening. For tickets & info: When Voices Meet – USA Premiere Share...

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Red Carpet at World Premiere

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It was all lights, action, camera, smiles and cheers as When Voices Meet had its World Premiere at the 36th Annual Durban International Film Festival on July 22, 2015. And thanks to AfriDocs and the Bertha Foundation, the film was simulcast to 49 other countries on the African continent and shown on satellite TV six times. Watch the Red Carpet action here! Share...

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Toronto selects When Voices Meet

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When Voices Meet will be screening at the 10th Annual Global Community Film & Arts Festival, COMMFFEST, in October, 2015 with a performance by members of Sharon Katz & The Peace Train at the St. Lawrence Performing Arts Center in Toronto. Share...

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Dates & Venues at Durban International Film Festival

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Dates & Venues at Durban International Film Festival

Looking forward to seeing you at the World Premiere! July 22, 2015 at Suncoast Cinema 6 – 6:00 pm, R35; July 23, 2015 at Denis Hurley Centre – 2:00 pm; July 24, 2015 at Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre at University of KwaZulu-Natal – 6:30 pm with live concert following the screening, R25 Share...

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Official Selection for Durban International Film Festival

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Blasting off to Durban, South Africa in July 2015 for the Premiere on Nelson Mandela’s birthday in the place where it all started. Share...

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Nominated for 3 Awards

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News Flash! The film has just been nominated for 3 Awards: Best Feature Documentary; Sharon Katz for Best Original Music; and Nancy Sutton Smith for Best Director. Washington, DC will be the scene for the film’s showing at the World Music & Independent Film Festival and Gala Awards, August 21-22, 2015. Share...

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Get your popcorn ready!

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Post-production will be completed in a few days and then When Voices Meet will be submitted to film festivals worldwide! Share...

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Nancy Sutton Smith: Producer, Director & Editor

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Nancy Sutton Smith: Producer, Director & Editor

Bringing almost 30 years experience in film and television, from coast to coast, Nancy Sutton Smith from Sutton Bay Media wanted to make this film 10 years ago. Thanks to all our wonderful supporters, When Voices Meet is a reality – kudos to Nancy!! Share...

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Our beloved Mandela: 1918-2013 and forever in our hearts

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Our beloved Mandela: 1918-2013 and forever in our hearts

Our hearts are broken, but our spirits will be forever uplifted because of Nelson Mandela’s vision and leadership. You have taught us well, uTata Madiba, and we will always do our best to live up to your instructions for humanity. After performing for your 75th birthday, this photo was taken as I was telling you about my plans to create The Peace Train. Now we’re making the film, When Voices Meet, to show what you inspired us to do and to keep your vision alive for future generations. Siyabonga kakhulu. Viva Mandela! Share...

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