Feature Film: BAD TIMING

A pivotal moment in African film history…

Follow the voice of Director Jabbes Mvula as he chronicles the making of BAD TIMING

Jabbes Mvula will return to the capital city of Lusaka in July 2006 to direct the first full-length dramatic narrative feature film in his country. The screenplay is adapted from the stage play by renowned Zambian playwright Samuel Kasankha.

BAD TIMING is a tale told in the voice of contemporary Zambia—a story of a city man who weds a village woman and the life-altering choices they make along the way…

The filming of BAD TIMING is being made possible by an Innovative Project Grant from an American community college located in Arizona—Mesa Community College—where Jabbes Mvula is a digital filmmaking student. Cynthia Greening—Director, Media Arts Department at MCC is Executive Producer of this film and companion film VOICE OF AN AFRICAN NATION that will document this historic event.

Go to BLOG: Jabbes Mvula—Director

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