Harare's Working Wives to hit screens soon

Harare's Working Wives to hit screens soon
Published: 25 April 2018 (864 Views)
A movie series titled 'Harare's Working Wives' which focuses on the livelihoods of women outside the work place is expected to hit the big screen this Saturday with audiences offered a chance to present their views.

The fundraising screening of the drama series will be held this Saturday in Harare in a bid to create a dialogue and communication platform that is essential in addressing various social concerns that affect women.

The feature drama series is a production that features personalities like Munya Chidzonga, Conrad Mwanawashe, Denzel Burutsa, Nyasha Munangatire and Nyaradzo Nhongonhema.

Production manager Nyasha Munangatire said the film that was created and scripted by Sharon Bwanya and Tendai Njeke is set to meet international film and drama standards as it focuses on women empowerment.

Although efforts have been made to grow the local film industry, the country boasts of a number of Zimbabwean actors recognised around the world including Danai Gurira among others.

There is still more to be done in terms of funding in order to tap into the international market.




- zbc

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