EMI, the (RED) campaign and Channel 4 are kicking off a 12-month activity plan tied to the release of award-winning documentary We Are Together by Paul Taylor.

The documentary, which won prizes at festivals including IDFA andTribeca, is about a choir at the Agape orphanage in South Africa, wheremost of the children have lost parents to AIDS.

A song from the film's soundtrack has been released as an exclusive MP3 download at wearetogether.org. The soundtrack - out March 3 - features the choir, Paul Simon and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

EMI and Shooting People Films will release We Are Together in UK cinemas on March 7. A DVD release will follow.

Profits from the film, soundtrack and DVD are being donated by EMI to AIDS-related charities through Taylor and producer Teddy Leifer's RISE Foundation.

The film, partially funded by the Channel 4 British Documentary Film Foundation and acquired for the US by HBO Documentary Films, will have its terrestrial TV premiere on Channel 4 in 2008.

Other plans will include a fundraising concert and a UK launch party hosted by (RED).