45 minutes – produced in German for ZDF Television – looks at the violence & the root causes of violence in SA in the 1990s.
A 45 minute documentary on ABET [ Adult Basic education & Training ].
(Seized by the South African Security Police in 1988 in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent international distribution) – 58 minutes. This documentary looks at the harsh realities suffered by Namibia’s civilian population under a history of colonial occupation & specifically under military occupation by the South African Security Forces. The film achieved “Finalist Status” at […]
This alternative series of documentary reports on Apartheid South Africa produced during the “state of emergency” in 1986 & 1987 formed the basis for the alternative documentary series broadcast on PBS in the USA under the title “South Africa Now”. This series challenged the nature & content of mainstream network coverage of Apartheid South Africa by USA […]
Workshopped with the township-youth during the first “State-of-Emergency” in 1985, this film examines many facets of life in the townships including involvement in the struggle against Apartheid and the breakdown in “parent-child” communication in the townships.
45 minutes – looks at events in South Africa precipitated by the announcement of the Nationalist Government’s intention the implement their “new constitution” & tri-cameral parliament in 1984. Looking at the rise of the UDF in response, the film traces events from the “referendum” of November 1983 to the aftermath of the anti-rent-increase demonstrations in […]