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Madagascar Train

Film Profile – ABORTION DEMOCRACY [Documentary] : International Images Film Festival For Women 2013

This documentary feature contrasts changes in Poland and South Africa regarding abortion laws and their impact on the lives of women. In the 90’s, Poland banned abortion due to the increasing influence of the Catholic Church after the fall of communism. Around the same time South Africa legalized it, reforming the health system after the … Continue reading

Zimbabwe [Music Video] by Australian boy band New Navy

On the 18th April 2011 New Navy released ‘Zimbabwe’ the first single from their debut EP ‘Ulluwatu’. The song got amazing reviews online and the music video has got over 400 000 views. Originally from a small beachside town south of Sydney in 2011 New Navy secured the top spot of the JD Set competition … Continue reading

Man Of Steel Review Poll

There has been a lot of mixed reviews about the release of Man Of Steele. We are doing a quick survey to find out what the fans thought of the latest Superman Movie.

New look Zimbablog.com site

Zimbablog has always been one of my favorite sites. At one time it was the first site l opened whenever l got online. But over the years it had gone quiet and no new posts where published but its back with a bang with a Pinterest like WordPress theme, it looks fresh and exciting. The … Continue reading

Harare International Festival of the Arts: Day 4

Highlights of Day 4 at HIFA

Harare International Festival of the Arts: Day 3

Highlights of Day 3 of HIFA 2013

C. Paul Jennewein’s Work on Display at Polk Museum of Art

  C. Paul Jennewein’s Work on Display at Polk Museum of Art (via The Ledger) You may not know him by name, but you can find his artwork predominantly displayed across America. Enlarge “Coral” is a 1926 silvered bronze sculpture by C. Paul Jennewein, who has 33 pieces on display at Polk Museum of Art. … Continue reading

Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series

  Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series (via Cleveland.com) Roger Mastroianni As the Cleveland Orchestra gears up for two days of 20th-century music, let us pause to thank the man responsible for them: Ton Koopman. Wait, what? Yes, indeed. The arrival of the conductor who specializes in Baroque music this … Continue reading

Documentary Screening: Sun, Steel & Spray – A History Of the Victoria Falls bridge

Alliance e  and the Old Mutual Theatre hosted The “Sun, Steel and Spray: A History Of The Victoria Falls Bridge” documentary that we worked on closely with the Victoria Falls Bridge Company. The documentary showcases how this massive steel structure was built in the heart of Africa in 1904, and how it was all part … Continue reading


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