Davies Guzha, a film director was together with three of his colleagues, arrested for allegedly screening a film, Lord Of Kush, at Theatre in The Park without approval by the Censorship Board.
Theater Guru Davies Guzha Arrested
New Zimbabwe, 29 July 2019
Legendary film director Davies Guzha and three of his colleagues were arrested Sunday morning by officers from Police Law and Order Section on allegations of screening a film that… Read more »
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Daves Guzha is a prominent Zimbabwean artist with a long and distinguished career both on stage and on screen.
Lord of the Kush Movie Sold Out
The Herald, 3 July 2019
Tickets for the première of a multi-racial movie "The Lord of Kush" set for this month-end at the Theatre in the Park have already sold out, event organisers say. Read more »
Local Movie Mirrors Pakistan Events
The Herald, 19 April 2019
A new movie titled "Lord of Kush" inspired by a tragic incident that took place in Pakistan years ago is on cards and is expected to première sometime in June. Read more »
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