Eye-opening documentary deaf jam opened Women filmmakers of Zimbabwe’s(WFOZ) 2014 IIFF IN THE CLUB screenings at the book cafe on January 29. Supported by the united states public affairs section (USPAS) this 2011 documentary, brought spoken word artists together with filmmakers in what might be a Zimbabwean first due to its content, causing such a crowd that the event had to be shifted to a larger room.
Who we are...ICAPA Trust works with the “mind” half of the “healthy mind in a healthy body” concept that our own African and all other civilisations subscribe to. ICAPA Trust facilitates, produces, and trains in the production of uplifting, innovative products in all artistic genres. ICAPA products and programmes foster creativity in society. They promote innovation and support the dissemination of progressive ideas through content, training events, exhibition and networking events. Often the "body" half is engaged as well in our productions.
ICAPA Trust was registered as a trust in 2009 and is registered with the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe. Activities to date include the BREAKING THE SILENCE project and project management for Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe and Nyerai Films.