Multicultural VumaTV

VumaTV, a streaming service for multicultural audiences, has launched with a few dozen movies, TV series, short films and documentaries from around the world.

Featured films include:

A Chance in the World (US, 2017), about a fostered African-American boy (Terrell Ransom Jr.) searching for his biological parents.

Moko Jumbie (US/Trinidad & Tobago, 2017), a gothic punk Caribbean love story.

Haiti My Love (2016, Haiti), a magical fable, set five years after a devastating earthquake, of three stories intertwining in a coastal village.

The Wedding Party 2: Destination Dubai (Nigeria, 2017), a romcom sequel to the previous year’s Wedding Party, about a Nigerian and a Brit about to tie the knot in Dubai.

Chahine, VumaTV

Chahine (2018, France), a short film about a soon-to-be father (right) trying to get answers about his family’s history.

Another title of note: 93 Days, a fact-based 2016 Nigerian thriller about how health workers in Lagoa successfully contained the “deadliest infectious disease known to man”: Ebola.  The cast includes Danny Glover.

All the films above can be streamed right now on VumaTV’s free option after an easy registration.

You can also see them and additional titles ad-free by subscribing to VumaTV for $6.99 monthly or $69.99 annually.

The service is available at vumatv.com, or via iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku and the Fire TV Stick.

For more info, visit vumatv.com.

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Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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