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A Million Colours Wows Crowd At The Mostly British Film Festival

A Million Colours, the $6.5million South African human rights epic continues it’s long festival life in San Francisco

The South African film “A Million Colours” was one of the many classic and brand new films from the UK, Ireland, Australia and South Africa that were screened and celebrated at the Mostly British Film Festival in San Francisco recently. The film, directed by Peter Bishai and starring Wandile Molebatsi (“Skeem”) and Stelio Savante (“What If,” “My Super Ex-Girlfriend,”) has been a festival favorite at the Hollywood Black Film Festival, the Montreal World Film Festival, the Pan African Film & Arts Festival and the AFI: New African Films Festival and the Atlantic Film Festival and was inspired by the stories of two leading film stars in late 1970s South Africa, Muntu Ndebele and his friend Norman Knox. The film was produced by Andre Pieterse (“Winnie”) and Michael Mosca (“A Sunday in Kigali”).

You can learn more about the recent “A Million Colours” screening at You can also learn more about the film at its official site.

Below is the trailer and stills from the film and the Mostly British event. What do you think about “A Million Colours?” Give your opinions in the comments section below.


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Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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