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"A Million Colours" is a 2011 film directed by Peter Bishai and co-written with Andre Pieterse. It is based on the lives of Muntu Ndebele and Norman Knox, actors in the film Forever Young, Forever Free, also known as e'Lollipop. It follows them from the success of the film around the time of the Soweto Uprising, through to the election of Nelson Mandela.
- countries: South Africa, Canada
- language: English Language
- cinematography by Trevor Brown
- genre: Drama
- released on
- Golden Horn Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film (Role: Bomba) nomination for Mpho Osei Tutu
- Golden Horn Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film (Role: Busi) nomination for Matshepo Maleme
- Golden Horn Award for Best Cinematographer in a Feature Film nomination for Trevor Brown
- Golden Horn Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film, received by Matshepo Maleme
- Golden Horn Award for Best Cinematographer in a Feature Film, received by Trevor Brown
"A Million Colours" is a musical single of Channel X.
- released in (23 years ago)
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Shinning in a million colours
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