The Lady Aisha College will be hosting a private film screening to showcase the winners of the Itouch Course. On 9 August 2015, the Itouch foundation launched the Feroza Adam Legacy project, which is an initiative that focuses on; gender, body image, freedom of speech, productions, screenings, media training, and mentorship.
Feroza Adam was known as a tireless fighter for women’s rights and left her mark on all women across South Africa.
Filmmaker Firdose Bulbulia, who recently visited the Lady Aisha College to deliver a talk about empowerment, expressed that she is impressed by the work done at the College. As a means to do more for the community she, subsequently, offered the young ladies the opportunity to do a filmmaking course that focused on the basics of short filmmaking and editing.
Three individuals participated in the course, two of which won prizes. The first prize went to Sadia Deane, a staff member of the Lady Aisha College and the second prize went to Aliyah Ahmed, a student.
The organizes invite media to attend the screening, meet the students and staff of the Lady Aisha College, and celebrate the talents of the young women.
The film screening will take place on 14 May from 14h00 – 16h00 in Newlands.
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