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Imba Means Sing

Imba Means Sing

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.   

Available Globally December 4

Selling Points

  • Supported by major international organizations: The United Nations, One Foundation (co-founded by Bono), Girl Talk, Inc. etc. and celebrity talent across the globe

  • Winner of the prestigious 2013 Sundance Collective, Best Social Impact Film In-the-Making Award


Director: 

  • Danielle Bernstein

Executive Producer

  • Emmanuel Jal, Stephen Nemeth

Producer:

  • Erin BernhardtDanielle Bernstein

Genre

  • Documentary, Kids & Family, Music Documentary

View Imba Means Sing on IMDb


Marketing Plan

Theatrical

  • 2 markets

Social Media

  • Celebrity and partner social media calendar

  • Kid President viral videos + trailer

  • #ShareWatchGive Campaign to launch day of release and will be provided to all affiliated celebrities / influencers to support

Grassroots

  • Partners will be provided with release date messaging, clips, trailer, press reviews, custom content and editorial features that can be shared across their social channels, email blasts, newsletter, websites, conferences and events 

 

 

PR

  • North America:  Click Communications, World: DDA Blueprint 

  • Publicity efforts will target VOD press reviews, trailer exclusive, asset placement / exclusives, filmmaker interviews and editorial features across print and print online media as well as parent blogger outreach

  • Possible WOM screening at the United Nations (for press, mom bloggers, teachers/students to attend)

  • Live CNN choir performance December 3rd (pending)

Talent Engagement

  • Taylor Kitsch video intro (pending)

  • Connie Britton, Big Kenny at Changemakers Gala, and many others including Emmanuel Jal, Jeff Foxworthy and Dispatch

  • Big list of additional celebrities that will do social messaging with account tagging via confirmed partners and producer connection


Extras

Special Features

  • Deleted scenes

  • Filmmaker interviews

  • Discussion guide

 

 

Other Opportunities

  • Choir callouts and “thank you’s”

  • Tickets to choir performances (available globally)

  • Tickets to NYC Changemaker’s Gala on Nov 19th that will include celebrity red carpet with Connie Britton and Big Kenny

  • Contest to win tickets to Taylor Kitsch’s annual New Year’s Eve party in Austin, Texas (included air travel and accommodations)

  • Cross promotion opportunity with affiliated artists / talent and documentary (Annie Lennox, Dispatch, African Children’s Choir, Nashville Series, etc.)