director Ken Kimmelman
producers Imagery Film, Ltd.
(6 minutes) U.S.A.
screening schedule

Asimbonanga is an animated montage choreographed to the song written by Johnny Clegg and performed by Joan Baez. Combining still photography, animation, live-action and optical effects, this film shows the cruelty and the injustice of apartheid in South Africa. Asimbonanga in Zulu means "we haven't seen."

bio: Ken Kimmelman is an award-winning filmmaker and recipient of the 1995 National Emmy Award for his anti-prejudice public service film "The Heart Knows Better." He is a consultant on the faculty of the Aesthetic Realism Foundation, a non-profit educational foundation in New York City. Mr. Kimmelman is president of Imagery Film, Ltd. where he has produced films for the UN against prejudice and apartheid. He has won the Newark Black Film Festival's Paul Robenson Award, Atlanta Film Festival's Director's Choice Award, Cindy Award, ASIFA, and the East Best Children's Film Award.

contact information:
Ken Kimmelman, Director
Imagery Film, Ltd.
91 Bedford St.
New York, NY 10014
phone: (212) 243-5579
fax:      (212) 243-5580