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In October 2006, American legends of music, stage and screen and their families journeyed into the heart of post-apartheid South Africa to join forces with some of the most economically challenged people in the world; to be of service. Road To Ingwavuma (ing-wah-VOOM-ah), the latest documentary from Peabody and Emmy winning filmmaker Barbara Rick, is an exploration of South Africa's triumphs and struggles since the fall of apartheid through the eyes of this remarkable delegation. The film chronicles a memorable seven-day trip by members of Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) - including Alfre Woodard, Samuel L. Jackson, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Carlos Santana, CCH Pounder, Jurnee Smollett and others. Spearheaded by author and philanthropist Deborah Santana and ANSA's Executive Director Sharon Gelman, Road To Ingwavuma features encounters with former President Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other heroes in the fight against apartheid, AIDS and poverty. "Just as the film captures the beauty, the resilience, the energy, the strength, the dynamism of our country, it also shows the pain." -Justice Albie Sachs, Constitutional Court of South Africa "I can't recall having ever seen a film with that much humanity, generosity, kindness: the best of who we are." -Albert Maysles, Filmmaker "A clear and inspiring journey of enlightenment and compassion." -Gillian Anderson, Award-winning actressmoreless
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