Cape Town – Fans of Springbok Nude Girls will soon be treated to a documentary about the band’s formation years and how it led to them becoming SA rock icons.
The trailer for the documentary was released on Friday ahead of the Cape Town premiere, which involved a screening at The Labia as well as a live performance at Assembly on Saturday.
Directed and produced by Michelle Pretorius, the doccie will tell the story of the early beginnings of the band, focusing on the censorship during that time and then the liberation of 1994. It will also reveal the series of events that led to members Arno Carstens, Theo Crous, Adriaan Brand, Arno Blumer and Francois Kruger becoming the Springbok Nude Girls.
Watch the trailer here:
Jozi fans can look forward to the premiere of the film on 18 June. The film will be screening at The Bioscope Independent Cinema in Johannesburg which will be followed by a performance at The Good Luck Bar. Tickets are available here for the screening.
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