Sing Your Song

Sing Your Song

Not Rated - Documentary, Music & Performing Arts
1hr 40min
Directed by Susanne Rostock
Featuring: Harry Belefonte, Tony Bennett, Nelson Mandela, Sidney Poitier, and many more!

"Sing Your Song is beautifully directed by Susanne Rostock to be as much about the man as it is about his times."
- Boston Globe

“The portrait of Belafonte that emerges from the film is also the portrait of the times of his life, the times of the nation's life in the past 60 years.”
- San Francisco Chronicle

SYNOPSIS: Sing Your Song recounts the life and legacy of Harry Belafonte, not only as a great entertainer, but as an important activist in the Civil Rights Movement.

This inspirational biographical film begins with Belafonte's birth into poverty in Harlem in 1927, and childhood years in Jamaica, sent there by his immigrant mother. Director Susanne Rostock takes the viewer through his discovery of theater and training as an actor as a young man, and on to his career and success as a singer.

The film shows not only Belafonte's remarkable success as a singer and actor, but also his true passion for social change. The film outlines some highlights of his entertainment career, but is more focused on how he helped change the world in other ways: marching with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in the civil-rights era; working against apartheid in South Africa; fighting hunger through his instrumental work with USA for Africa; and, most recently, working to combat gang violence through programs with inner-city youth.

Click here for recent article on Belafonte.



Show Times
Mon, Nov 20 6:00pm   Buy Tickets
Tue, Nov 21 12:00pm Early Bird   Buy Tickets

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