Deaf students treated to Black Panther in Tobago

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The Black Panther excitement continued at Movie Towne, Gulf City in Tobago on Tuesday March 6 when over 250 students from Goodwood Secondary School, Happy Haven Special School, Tobago School for the Deaf and Tobago Technical Vocational School, packed the cinema to take in their own home-grown celebrity actor, Winston Duke.

This movie provided students with the opportunity to enjoy the ‘WAKANDA Experience’, and view Duke in his first major casting where he shot to fame as “M’Baku”, leader of the Jabari Tribe.  His scene-stealing performance had the students in amazement and beaming with pride.

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The event was hosted by the Digicel Foundation under its Community Engagement Programme at an investment ofTT$11,000.00.

 

Source: Looptt http://www.looptt.com/content/deaf-students-students-treated-black-panther-tobago

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