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women in film

South Africa’s National Film & Video Foundation has launched a thrilling initiative to empower new women filmmakers – and Born Free Media is a key co-producer.

Backed by BFM’s production expertise, five young female director-writer teams are making five half-hour fiction films.  The binding theme is “Democracy” – as South Africa prepares to celebrate the 20 years of freedom since its first democratic elections of 1994.

Following a special premiere of the top three films on 27 April 2014, all the films will be packaged and screened for television audiences during the year of celebration.

“Female applicants have been asked to submit concepts or scripts pertaining to the 20 years of democracy that have passed,” notes an NFVF review. “The stories could be a reflection on the last 20 years, hopes for the next 20 years, changes that have been observed from a female point of view, changes in gender policies in the last 20 years or any interesting or exciting concepts that address this theme.”

The women filmmakers and their respective stories are:

Genevieve Akal – Bougainvillea

Lara Cunha & Phuthi Nakene – Dear Betty

Lwazi Mvusi – The State

Lindiwe Mkhonza & Nolitha Tshinavha – The Manicurist

Anneke Villet – Last Doorman Standing

production info

In Production: 2013-2014
Produced by: NFVF with Born Free Media

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