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AZU – Alma de princesa (The Soul of a Princess) is directed by Luis Alberto Lamata. Set in 1780, the story looks at the life of an African woman who is forced into slavery. Once taken to a sugarcane plantation, she becomes the object of obsession of a farmer with a wife and a concubine. Unknown to them, she is destined to change the order in the plantation. AZU has won the People’s Choice Awards and Best Fiction Film Award at the first Caracas International Film Festival in 2014 and Best Fiction Film Award at the sixth International Latinuy Festival in Uruguay in 2014.

Date: 15 May 2018
Time: 6:00PM for 6:30PM
Venue: Gordon Institute of Business Science, Classroom 9, Auditorium, Main Entrance Hall, 26 Melville Rd, Illovo, Johannesburg
RSVP: Mr. Simphiwe Mongwe 012 337 6131 or simphiwe@igd.org.za
Parking is available at premises.

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