Cape Town - It seems that Terry Pheto is a busy woman these days.
The International award-winning South African actress has been announced as the new lead actor in new international feature film Faces – directed by British-Nigerian film director-writer-producer Joseph Adejuwon Adesunloy.
The movie features high profile actors Shingai Shoniwa, Aki Omoshaybi, Suzette Llewellyn and Matthieu Charneau.
Speaking to Drum Terry says it is always great to work with incredible actors and talented filmmakers from all parts of the world.
“I don’t take it for granted what a privilege it is to grow my global footprint with such amazing storytellers.
“Faces is a movie that addresses universal issues that will resonate with all,” she shared.
Since her debut on the award film Tsotsi in 2005, the actress had stared in Goodbye Bafana; Catch a Fire, The Bold and the Beautiful, A United Kingdom and the Madiba TV series.
Faces will have its exclusive world premiere in South Africa at the 39th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) on Sunday, 22 July 2018.
Terry further added that having the Faces world premiere on her home turf is truly special.