Call for Entries: Children’s Choir

In 2012, CNN named Jackson Kaguri ‘Hero of the Year’ for his humanitarian efforts for fighting the AIDS epidemic that swept through his village in Uganda.

Now, filmmakers are working to bring his story to life with the documentary ‘Cornerstone’ and they are looking for help.

“We are looking for a Choir here in New Mexico to help us finish the theme song”, says Howard Wulkan, Cornerstone composer and Co-Founder of Cinder Cone Media.

The contest runs for two weeks with a closing date of August 14th. There will then be a week of public voting via Facebook. The top three entries will then be judged by a co-writer of the documentary. The winner will be chosen on August 22nd.

Ages for the choir entrants are between 6 – 15 years old.

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