South African film Inxeba (The Wound) has strengthened its chance of winning an Oscar after being shortlisted for the Top 9 Best Foreign Film and winning two international awards this week. Inxeba was named the year’s Best Foreign Film by the African American Film Critics Association and Best Film at the International Queer & Migrant Film Festival in Amsterdam. Congrats to John Trengove and good luck for the Oscars. #OldCrawfordian #CrawfordPride #WhereAreTheyNow
Nondumiso Tembe’s performance ambition is “to achieve excellence, to do work that has a meaningful impact on the world and has longevity”. She matriculated from Crawford North Coast in 2001 with big dreams of becoming famous in the world of entertainment. She has indeed made her dreams a reality, as she continues to soar as one of Africa’s brightest international stars of stage and screen. After matriculating, she headed directly for New York to enrol for a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts, with majors in Theatre and Political Science at New York’s New School University. She has also completed part-time studies in Ballet at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and African Dance at the Djoniba African Dance and Drum Centre. She has gone on to successfully complete a Masters of Fine Arts Degree, specialising in Acting at the prestigious Yale School of Drama.
Read more about Nondumiso Tembe on our website. #OldCrawfordian #CrawfordPride #WhereAreTheyNow