of the new comedy-drama set in LA & Tanzania
Taking place on
TUESDAY 30th JUNE
The Soho Screening Rooms
14 D’Arblay Street, London, W1F 8DY
6.00pm for a 6.30pm start
Dr. Burger happily lands a new job at the prestigious Beverly Hills medical centre in Los Angeles and his eager to impress his new boss. After attending a Gala event arranged by his superiors, he “mistakenly” volunteers to go work in Africa for a month at an under resourced hospital.
Leaving his fiancé behind this American Doctor heads out to Tanzania totally unprepared to follow through with his promise but there life is quite different and his struggles with despair and comedic episodes of hospital ineptness lead to self-discovery and a new chapter in his life.
Cast: Ernest Napoleon, Emanuela Galliussi, Ashley Olds, Nyokabi Gethaiga, MacDonald Haule, Mariam Peter,Evance Bukuku, Gabriel Jarret, Mzome Mahmoud, Jeff Joslin, Betty Kazimbaya, Ahmed Olotu and Robert Sisko
Director: Dean Matthew Ronalds
Writers: Ernest Napoleon, Gregory Zymet
You will really enjoy this light-hearted comedy drama which is a fish-out-of-water story where one man finds his true self and discovers how his medical skills can make a difference to the people of Tanzania.
The filmmmaker and star Ernest Napolen will be there on the day of the press screening and would like to welcome you personally to his film, a film we plan to create a big ‘buzz’ around with the intention of getting a major cinema chain or distributor interested.
Help Us Push This Independent Urban Film Forward and Enable it to Get Some Type of UK Distribution One Way or the Other!
By you helping us to spread the word and get people talking about this film, plus liking & following the Facebook/Twitter pages – then the plan is to organise a number of packed out screenings, which we hope will verberate within the Industry and get us noticed strengthening our hand at the negotiating table and getting some kind of cinema run deal for the film.
So Please Can YOU All Do Your Best to Support us Kush Promotions Whilst Helping us to #SupportUKIndieFilms Especially Those Made by Black Filmmakers.
We have a limited amount of seats so please confirm ASAP and only confirm if you know you will DEFINITELY be attending!
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