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Imba Means Sing

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Imba Means Sing follows three children from the slums of Uganda who are selected to tour the world with the GRAMMY-nominated African Children's Choir. Wise beyond their years, Angel, Moses and Nina understand the enormity of this opportunity and how it can help secure their futures and change the course of their lives forever. An intimate character portrait seen through their inquisitive eyes, Imba Means Sing takes us on their journey from poverty to education as they chase their dreams.

  • DirectorAdam Wood
  • Runtime: 1 hr 14 min
  • StudioMomentum Pictures
  • QualityHD

Reviews about Imba Means Sing

Imba Means Sing
Amazon Customer
Touching story of brave, beautiful kids from Uganda

This is an AMAZING movie a little over an hour long that is touching, beautiful, haunting and just-plain "Must Watch."
Highly Recommended for the whole family and held the rapt attention of our 9, 12, 14, and 16 year old as well as us parents.
The story of the African Children's Choir in Uganda even though they also work in other nations in Africa. I met a doctor from Uganda at the Global Health and Innovation Conference at Yale right after seeing this movie and he told me that the African Children's Choir have a good reputation all over Uganda and have touched many, many lives. So that was a good endorsement of the movie and their work!

Now we all want to see them when they perform somewhere nearby!!!

Imba Means Sing
Bill
Five Stars

...... a heartwarming documentary from out of Africa ...

Imba Means Sing
Amazon Customer
Five Stars

This is the best thing I have ever seen or watched in my life.

Imba Means Sing
bev knudsen
A special look at a wonderful organization

This was very special to me because my family has hosted members of ACC in years past. It was very well done and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Imba Means Sing
Jordan Foxworthy
You will love these kids!

Prepare to fall in love with every one of these kids in the choir! Imba Means Sing is a beautifully told story that gives a new face to Africa that many people haven't experienced before. It will make you laugh, cry, and want to hop on a plane to Uganda! I've seen this film several times now and it gets better with every viewing! A definite must see for anyone who loves music education, Africa, or kids overcoming great obstacles to achieve their dreams.

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African children's joyful voices propel 'Imba Means Sing' - Los Angeles Times


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African children's joyful voices propel 'Imba Means Sing'
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Well suited to the holiday season, "Imba Means Sing" is an appropriately spirited documentary portrait of the African Children's Choir. Founded in Uganda in 1984 by Ray Barnett amid that country's civil war, the singing collectives of poverty-stricken ...

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Imba Means Sing is a brand new documentary that will, if anything, leave you with a great big smile across your face when you're done. Following young Moses in his journey across Northern America, Imba Means Sing isn't just about music, but a sense of ...

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African kids 'Sing' in uplifting fashion - USA TODAY


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African kids 'Sing' in uplifting fashion
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Need something uplifting? A bunch of singing Ugandan kids should do the trick. Premiering exclusively at USA TODAY, the new trailer for the documentary Imba Means Sing (available on digital platforms and in select New York and Los Angeles theaters ...

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Documentary 'Imba Means Sing' to screen at MountainSummit in Aspen
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The talented young members of the African Children's Choir sing for their future in the new documentary "Imba Means Sing." The family-friendly film, which screens Saturday afternoon at MountainSummit, follows the Grammy-nominated, Uganda-based choir ...

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