Monday July 5th 2021
The Toronto Black Media Association is proud to announce our partnership with the ICFF (Italian Contemporary Film Festival) for the Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival screening of the Rwandan film "Small Country: An African Childhood" which premieres on on Saturday July 10th at 9PM. We'll be giving away ONE ticket (which admits one full car) to this screening for a lucky follower.
If you would like to enter the contest for this screening, make sure to follow the rules below:
1) Follow @torontoblackmedia on Instagram
2) Like the post about the film here.
3) Tag 3 friends or followers in one comment on the post (you can comment multiple times for extra entries; one comment with 3 followers = one entry).
4) For an extra entry, comment on the post tell us why you'd like to watch this film.
5) Contest Deadline: Friday July 9th at 12PM EST (Noon).
"Small Country: An African Childhood" is based on a true story. Gabriel — a young boy born to a French father and Rwandan mother — grows up in the small African country of Burundi. Despite some tension in his family life, Gabriel lives a carefree life — until civil unrest in Rwanda spills over into Burundi. Set in the 1990s, Gabriel experiences a ‘coming of age’ story while in the middle of the bloodshed between the Hutu and Tutsi ethnic groups. Adapted from Gaël Faye’s semi-autobiographical book, Small Country: An African Childhood tells the story of a young boy’s lost innocence.
For more details on the film, head to the ICFF website or click here: https://icff.ca/title-item/small-country-an-african-childhood/