Damon Foster

Biography: Brothers Craig and Damon Foster are widely regarded as South Africa’s top documentary filmmakers. With a long experience shooting and directing, and having received numerous international awards, the Foster brothers have deservedly carved themselves a niche in global film circles. The Foster brothers have been at the forefront of the African renaissance, using media to turn the tide on negative attitudes. They have reached an audience of over 200 million by using Africa’s voice first hand. The filmmakers have a passion and commitment to the natural world and the relationship between human and nature has deeply influenced their style of filmmaking and the stories they seek out. The brothers’ primary intent lies in telling stories with the voice of Africa herself, and creating film experiences that enable the viewer to gain an intense and deep insight into the natural and cultural dynamics of this ancient continent. They explore the timeless and universal themes of the relationship between man and animal, and the relationship between them and the environments that they share. They seek unique and challenging footage, which is enthralling and exciting, without compromising on integrity and sensitivity. They show reality as it is but in a way in which it is not usually seen. The brothers work closely together throughout every aspect of the process and have pioneered an organic style of filmmaking that brings new life to the screen.

(Source: http://www.senseafrica.com/)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2011 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Cosmic Africa (2005, 2011 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster).

Filmography:
The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2000 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Cosmic Africa (2002 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Antarctica: Journey into the White Desert (2009);
Ice Man: The Lewis Gordon Pugh Story (2009 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
The Nature of Life (2009 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Into the Dragon’s Lair (2010 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
My Hunter’s Heart (2010 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster).

Craig Foster

Biography: Brothers Craig and Damon Foster are widely regarded as South Africa’s top documentary filmmakers. With a long experience shooting and directing, and having received numerous international awards, the Foster brothers have deservedly carved themselves a niche in global film circles. The Foster brothers have been at the forefront of the African renaissance, using media to turn the tide on negative attitudes. They have reached an audience of over 200 million by using Africa’s voice first hand. The filmmakers have a passion and commitment to the natural world and the relationship between human and nature has deeply influenced their style of filmmaking and the stories they seek out. The brothers’ primary intent lies in telling stories with the voice of Africa herself, and creating film experiences that enable the viewer to gain an intense and deep insight into the natural and cultural dynamics of this ancient continent. They explore the timeless and universal themes of the relationship between man and animal, and the relationship between them and the environments that they share. They seek unique and challenging footage, which is enthralling and exciting, without compromising on integrity and sensitivity. They show reality as it is but in a way in which it is not usually seen. The brothers work closely together throughout every aspect of the process and have pioneered an organic style of filmmaking that brings new life to the screen.

(Source: http://www.senseafrica.com/)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2011- Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Cosmic Africa (2005, 2011 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster).

Filmography:
The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2000 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Africa Unbottled (2001);
Cosmic Africa (2002 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Ice Man: The Lewis Gordon Pugh Story (2009 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
The Nature of Life (2009 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
Into the Dragon’s Lair (2010 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster);
My Hunter’s Heart (2010 – Craig Foster, Damon Foster).

Craig and Damon Foster

Biography: Brothers Craig and Damon Foster are widely regarded as South Africa’s top documentary filmmakers. With a long experience shooting and directing, and having received numerous international awards, the Foster brothers have deservedly carved themselves a niche in global film circles. The Foster brothers have been at the forefront of the African renaissance, using media to turn the tide on negative attitudes. They have reached an audience of over 200 million by using Africa’s voice first hand. The filmmakers have a passion and commitment to the natural world and the relationship between human and nature has deeply influenced their style of filmmaking and the stories they seek out. The brothers’ primary intent lies in telling stories with the voice of Africa herself, and creating film experiences that enable the viewer to gain an intense and deep insight into the natural and cultural dynamics of this ancient continent. They explore the timeless and universal themes of the relationship between man and animal, and the relationship between them and the environments that they share. They seek unique and challenging footage, which is enthralling and exciting, without compromising on integrity and sensitivity. They show reality as it is but in a way in which it is not usually seen. The brothers work closely together throughout every aspect of the process and have pioneered an organic style of filmmaking that brings new life to the screen.

(Source: http://www.senseafrica.com/)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2011);
Cosmic Africa (2005, 2011).

Filmography:
The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2000);
Africa Unbottled (2001 – Craig Foster);
Cosmic Africa (2002);
Antarctica: Journey into the White Desert (2009 – Damon Foster);
Ice Man: The Lewis Gordon Pugh Story (2009);
The Nature of Life (2009);
Into the Dragon’s Lair (2010);
My Hunter’s Heart (2010).

Sean Fine

Biography: Sean and Andrea Fine are Academy Award-nominated directors and three-time Emmy award winners. Sean is a director/cinematographer, and Andrea is a director/writer. They have been producing, directing and shooting documentaries for the finest outlets in television and film. They have worked in over thirty countries, from dangerous war zones to the Arctic Circle, to bring unknown human stories to the screen. The Fines’ film War/Dance won the 2009 Best Documentary and Best Cinematography Emmy and was nominated for the 2008 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. War/Danceʼs direction, cinematography and story were honored with over eighteen awards, including the Sundance Film Festival’s award for Best Documentary Direction. War/Dance tells the amazing story of the power of music to heal and transform the lives of children living in Uganda’s war zone. A few of the awards that have honored the Fines’ unique style have been Sundance Film Festival’s Best Documentary Direction; National Emmy Award; Hot Docs Film Festival’s Audience Award; Chicago Film Festival’s Outstanding Cinematography; Full Frame Film Festival’s Audience Award; The Haskell Wexler Award for Cinematography; Philadelphia Film Festival’s Best Director; Best Non-Fiction Film in Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival.

(Source: http://fine-films.com/who.php)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
War/Dance (2008 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine).

Filmography:
Pigeon Murders (2000 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
True Dads (2004 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
War/Dance (2007 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Built for the People (2008 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Lindsey Vonn: In the Moment (2011 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Inocente (2012 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Life According to Sam (2013 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine).

Andrea Nix Fine

Also Known As: Andrea Nix / Andrea Fine

Biography: Sean and Andrea Fine are Academy Award-nominated directors and three-time Emmy award winners. Sean is a director/cinematographer, and Andrea is a director/writer. They have been producing, directing and shooting documentaries for the finest outlets in television and film. They have worked in over thirty countries, from dangerous war zones to the Arctic Circle, to bring unknown human stories to the screen. The Fines’ film War/Dance won the 2009 Best Documentary and Best Cinematography Emmy and was nominated for the 2008 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. War/Danceʼs direction, cinematography and story were honored with over eighteen awards, including the Sundance Film Festival’s award for Best Documentary Direction. War/Dance tells the amazing story of the power of music to heal and transform the lives of children living in Uganda’s war zone. A few of the awards that have honored the Fines’ unique style have been Sundance Film Festival’s Best Documentary Direction; National Emmy Award; Hot Docs Film Festival’s Audience Award; Chicago Film Festival’s Outstanding Cinematography; Full Frame Film Festival’s Audience Award; The Haskell Wexler Award for Cinematography; Philadelphia Film Festival’s Best Director; Best Non-Fiction Film in Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival.

(Source: http://fine-films.com/who.php)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
War/Dance (2008 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine).

Filmography:
Pigeon Murders (2000 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
True Dads (2004 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
War/Dance (2007 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Built for the People (2008 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Lindsey Vonn: In the Moment (2011 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Inocente (2012 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine);
Life According to Sam (2013 – Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine).

Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine

Also Known As: Andrea Nix / Andrea Fine

Biography: Sean and Andrea Fine are Academy Award-nominated directors and three-time Emmy award winners. Sean is a director/cinematographer, and Andrea is a director/writer. They have been producing, directing and shooting documentaries for the finest outlets in television and film. They have worked in over thirty countries, from dangerous war zones to the Arctic Circle, to bring unknown human stories to the screen. The Fines’ film War/Dance won the 2009 Best Documentary and Best Cinematography Emmy and was nominated for the 2008 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. War/Danceʼs direction, cinematography and story were honored with over eighteen awards, including the Sundance Film Festival’s award for Best Documentary Direction. War/Dance tells the amazing story of the power of music to heal and transform the lives of children living in Uganda’s war zone. A few of the awards that have honored the Fines’ unique style have been Sundance Film Festival’s Best Documentary Direction; National Emmy Award; Hot Docs Film Festival’s Audience Award; Chicago Film Festival’s Outstanding Cinematography; Full Frame Film Festival’s Audience Award; The Haskell Wexler Award for Cinematography; Philadelphia Film Festival’s Best Director; Best Non-Fiction Film in Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival.

(Source: http://fine-films.com/who.php)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
War/Dance (2008).

Filmography:
Pigeon Murders (2000);
True Dads (2004);
War/Dance (2007);
Built for the People (2008);
Lindsey Vonn: In the Moment (2011);
Inocente (2012);
Life According to Sam (2013).

Brahim Fritah

Biography: Of French-Moroccan dual nationality, Brahim Fritah was born in Paris in 1973. He studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, in the photo/video department. Over the years he has developed a unique and original style, straddling the border between several different artistic fields and merging documentary and fiction. His films have been selected by and awarded prizes in numerous festivals throughout the world. In 2003, he took part in the Cinéfondation /Film Foundation, as a writer in residence of the Cannes Film Festival.

(Source: Through African Eyes – Conversations with the Directors – Volume 2, BONETTI Mahen and SEAG Morgan (Editors), 2010, African Film Festival, Inc. and Printinfo JV LLC, Yerevan, Armenia, p.88)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
A Woman Alone (2006);
The Train (2007).

Filmography:
Chroniques d’un balayeur [Tales of a Sweeper] (1999);
El Censo (2001);
A Woman Alone (2004);
The Train (2005);
The Painting (2008);
Une si belle inquiétude (2011);
Chroniques d’une cour de récré (2012).

Revel Fox

Biography: Revel Fox is a filmmaker from Cape Town who has worked in film and television in South Africa and the UK for a few decades. He is perhaps best known to South Africans as the director of the award-winning film about a young trapeze artist, The Flyer (2005). After graduating from the London National Film and Television School, Revel worked as a director and editor in the UK until 1994. Since his return to South Africa, he has directed numerous drama series and documentaries for South African television. His first feature film, The Flyer, was released in 2005 and shown at numerous film festivals around the world. His other works include A Question of the Heart (1995), Jozi-H – Rites of Passage (2007) and Long Street (2009).

(Source: http://www.indigenousfilm.co.za/wp-content/downloads/longstreet/Long_Street_Production_Notes_0810.pdf)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
A Question of the Heart (1997).

Filmography:
Practice Piece in Four Movements (1980);
Sister (1983);
Private Lives (1983);
Backstage (1983);
Evolution (1983);
A Question of the Heart (1995);
The Flyer (2005);
Jozi-H – Rites of Passage (2007);
Long Street (2009).

Orlando Fortunato de Oliveira

Biography: Orlando Fortunato de Oliveira was born on March 20, 1946 in Benguel, Angola. He is one of the pioneers of Angolan cinema. As a director, his films portray the era of colonialism. Graduate of Catholic University of America in sciences and geophysics, he turned to cinema and released his first film, Um Caso Nosso, in 1978. In 1981, he resumed studies at the London International Film School and made several documentaries. Memória de um Dia (1982) tells the story of the Bengo Icolo massacre, carried out by the Portuguese in 1960. In 1989 he made his first feature film, Comboio da Cañhoca (The Train of Cañhoca), but for geopolitical reasons it was not shown for over fifteen years. In the meantime he made a few documentaries, such as Agostinho Neto (2000), about the first president of Angola. In 2010 he completed Batepá, which is set in Sao Tome e Principe. The film is centered on the local colonial relations: segregation, repression, torture and political killings, which culminated in 1953.

(Sources:
– AFF, Inc.
http://mubi.com/cast_members/181045)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Memória de um Dia (1997).

Filmography:
Um Caso Nosso (1978);
Memória de um Dia (1982);
Festa d’Ilha (1985);
San Pedro de Barra (1985);
Comboio da Cañhoca [The Train of Cañhoca] (1989);
Agostinho Neto (2000);
Batepá (2010).

António Forjaz

Biography: António Forjaz was born in 1970. He attended London’s New Woods School, the Algarve International School in Porches, Portugal, and Columbia College in Chicago, where he earned a BA in Fine Arts in 1995. Forjaz directed two live programs, Global Agenda and Sport Review for Mozambican television. He received a grant from Instituto Portuguese da Arte Cinematografica e Audiovisual, which facilitated the completion of his debut film, Mississe (1995).

(Source: AFF, Inc.)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Mississe (1997, 1999).

Filmography:
Rap nas Escolas (Date unknown);
Check it out (Date unknown);
Stories of Hope (Date unknown);
Mississe (1995).

Gahité Fofana

Biography: Gahité Fofana was born in 1965 in France to a Guinean father and a French mother. He studied literature and film in Paris, and worked as a film editor making his first short, Tanun in 1994 which earned him the Black Movies award in Geneva in 1995. In 1995 he made two films for the African Artists and AIDS project: A Word, a Face and Temedy, which won a Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 1996. His highly acclaimed film I.T. – Immatriculation Temporaire (Temporary Registration) also received a Special Jury Prize at the Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur in 2001. Fofana’s other films include Early in the Morning (2006) and The Moon Fell (2008).

(Source: AFF, Inc.)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
I.T. – Immatriculation temporaire [Temporary Registration] (2002).

Filmography:
Tanun (1994);
A Word, a Face (1995);
Temedy (1995);
Mathias, le procès des gangs (1997);
Le soleil se maquille (1998);
I.T. – Immatriculation temporaire [Temporary Registration] (2001);
Early in the Morning (2006);
The Moon Fell (2008).

Mugabe: Villain or Hero?

Director: Roy Agyemang
Country: UK
Year: 2012
Running Time: 116 min.
Language: English

Is there more to Mugabe than is being shown by the foreign press? What is the true extent of Mugabe’s support inside Zimbabwe? These questions and others led British filmmaker Roy Agyemang on a journey to Zimbabwe.

Roy Agyemang

Biography: Born in 1974 in London, Roy was a child actor playing roles in Grange Hill and The Bill. He attended Ravensbourne School of Broadcasting gaining the technical skills behind the camera. Post completion of his studies, he began directing and presenting current affairs stories for a youth cable channel, Rapture TV in 1997. His work in current affairs resulted in a growing passion for politics that saw him as leader of Generation X, put forward a manifesto that dealt with issues concerning young people. This culminated in a one-hour television programme entitled Generation X: Election Special produced by Kudos Productions for Anglia Television. This was screened in the buildup to the 1997 General election. Shortly after Roy became the face of newly launched Fox Kids UK, presenting a variety of shows. He also went onto present a travel series for London Weekend Television as well as sports programmes for IMG.

He made the transition to go behind the camera full time in the mid-2000, the period during which reality television began to dominate the airwaves and he has not looked back. As a multi-skilled camera-op/director/producer, he built up his credits working on populist observational documentaries for British broadcasters. Roy’s documentary credits include: Ferry up the Amazon (BBC), Abi Titmus: A modern Day Morality Tale (Channel 4), Football Icon (Sky One), Katie & Peter: The Next Chapter (ITV 2). In between productions, he developed his own projects. In 2005 he covered the Liberian elections. He gained access to George Weah, the former world footballer of the year, whose ambition at the time was to become President of Liberia. Mugabe: Villain or Hero? is Roy’s first feature length documentary.

(Source: http://mugabevillainorhero.com/filmmaker/)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Mugabe: Villain or Hero? (2013).

Filmography:
Mugabe: Villain or Hero? (2012).

Touba

Director: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
Countries: Senegal / USA
Year: 2013
Running Time: 83 min.
Language: Wolof

Touba chronicles the Grand Magaal pilgrimage of one million Sufi Muslims to the holy city of Touba, Senegal. This observational film takes us inside the Mouride Brotherhood, one of Africa’s most elusive organizations.

Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

Also Known As: Chai Vasarhelyi

Biography: Vasarhelyi is an award-winning director and producer. Her first film A Normal Life won Best Documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2003. Her second film, Youssou N’Dour: I Bring What I Love, was released in theaters in the U.S. and internationally. The film premiered at the Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals and won numerous awards including the Special Jury Prize at the Middle East International Film Festival in 2008 and a nomination for the Pare Lorentz Award at the 2009 International Documentary Association Awards. Touba, a visceral documentary experience that takes the viewer through each step of the annual Mouride pilgrimage, the Grand Magaal in Touba, Senegal, premiered in early 2013. She returned to Senegal in 2012 to document the heated Presidential elections. Vasarhelyi has received grants from several foundations including the Sundance Documentary Fund, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and the William and Mary Greve Foundation. Vasarhelyi was selected as a 2013 Sundance Documentary Film Fellow, named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film” in 2005 and received an Achievement Award from Creative Visions foundation in 2008. She has been featured in numerous publications including, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue and New York Magazine. Chai has a B.A. from Princeton University in Comparative Literature.

(Source: http://littlemonsterfilms.com/about/)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Touba (2013)
Incorruptible (2015).

Filmography:
A Normal Life (2003 – Hugo Berkeley, Chai Vasarhelyi);
Youssou N’Dour: I Bring What I Love (2008);
Touba (2013);
Incorruptible (2015).

Footprints of My Other

Also Known As: Noire ici, blanche là-bas
Director: Claude Haffner
Countries: Congo / France
Year: 2011
Running Time: 52 min.
Language: French

Claude Haffner, daughter of a French father and Congolese mother, sets off for Congo in search of her African identity. Her journey brings her face to face with her sense of otherness, both in Congo and back home in France.

Claude Haffner

Biography: Claude Haffner is a French-Congolese director and production manager of documentary films. She studied documentary filmmaking at the Altermedia School in Paris (2002). She directed her first “film-essay” titled Ko Bongisa Mutu (Arrange your head) in a Congolese hair salon in Paris. In 2004, she filmed La Canne musicale (The Musical Cane), a promenade with the French filmmaker/ethnographer Jean Rouch, a few days before his death. After two years of research on African Cinema, her documentary D’une fleur double et de 4000 autres (Of a Double-Headed Flower and 4,000 Others) focused on African Cinema history, as analyzed by her father, Pierre Haffner, one of the first critics of this cinema (2005). The same year, Claude Haffner completed her Masters Degree at Sorbonne University. Claude Haffner moved to South Africa in 2005. She worked as a Production Manager and Researcher on the docu-drama The Manuscripts of Timbuktu by Zola Maseko (2009). She then worked as a Production Manager and Researcher for the feature docu-drama By Any Means Necessary by Ramadan Suleman. Claude Haffner also gave classes on African Cinema at two Johannesburg-based film schools: AFDA and Big Fish. She went back to France in 2011 to achieve her documentary Footprints of My Other (Noire ici, blanche là-bas). She is now based in Paris.

(Sources:
http://www.coloursofthenile.net/festival2012/cniff-lounge
http://www.africultures.com/php/?nav=personne&no=7015)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Footprints of My Other [Noire ici, blanche là-bas] (2013).

Filmography:
Ko Bongisa Mutu [Arrange Your Head] (2002);
Remue-ménage dans le tertiaire (2003);
La parole est une fenêtre (2004);
Défilé Célianthe (2004);
La Canne musicale [The Musical Cane] (2004);
D’une fleur double et de quatre mille autres [Of a Double-Headed Flower and 4,000] (2005);
Footprints of My Other [Noire ici, blanche là-bas] (2011).

You Laugh But It’s True

Director: David Paul Meyer
Countries: South Africa / USA
Year: 2011
Running Time: 84 min.
Language: English

youlaughbutitstrue

As the child of an interracial couple, a union that was illegal in South Africa at the time of his birth, Trevor Noah’s life reveals the story of an outsider who has somehow figured out a way to relate to everyone through his comedy.

David Paul Meyer

Biography: In 2011, David Paul Meyer produced and directed his debut feature film, You Laugh But It’s True, a documentary about stand up comedy in South Africa. The film follows multiracial comedian Trevor Noah as he creates material from his experiences during apartheid in preparation for a show that will be the biggest risk of his career. Acclaimed actor Anthony Anderson (Law & Order, Guys With Kids) is the executive producer, and the film premiered in 2011 at IDFA and the Austin Film Festival. It also won the jury award for Best Documentary at the Lighthouse International Film Festival and the Friar’s Club Comedy Film Festival. It broadcast on TV in Canada and South Africa.

Meyer’s previous feature projects include Noah’s stand up comedy specials That’s Racist (2012) and Crazy/Normal (2011). Meyer directed the short documentary D Minder (2012) for GE’s Focus Forward competition. Meyer also directed Digital Troubadours (2008), a short documentary about Rhett and Link (IFC’s Commercial Kings), a successful comedic duo from rural North Carolina. David also wrote, directed, and produced several comedy sketches and spec commercials, including material for comedian/actor Danny Pudi (NBC’s Community). Meyer wrote the feature screenplay Raeford’s Grill, a comedy-drama.

(Source: http://www.davidpaulmeyer.com/)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
You Laugh But It’s True (2013, 2015).

Filmography:
System Fault (2007);
Digital Troubadours (2008);
Bandar’s Bathing Briefs (2009);
WROARF Public Service Announcement (2011);
Trevor Noah: Crazy/Normal (2011);
You Laugh But It’s True (2011);
D Minder (2012);
Trevor Noah: That’s Racist (2012).

Arya Lalloo

aryalBiography: Born in 1980 in South Africa, Arya Lalloo is an independent filmmaker of mixed heritage based in Johannesburg. She has written and directed documentaries for South African broadcast as well as the outreach documentary Citizen X, which explored the reactions of social movements to xenophobic violence in peri-urban townships. More recent work includes writing and directing on Alexandra! My Alexandra, a historical documentary series about the famous township of the same name, and the feature documentary Jeppe on a Friday (co-directed with Shannon Walsh) that paints an intimate and sensory portrait of life in a regenerating Johannesburg neighborhood. Arya is broadly interested in urban identities and social histories in post-apartheid South Africa and beyond. Much of her work is driven by a need to identify and provoke popular misperceptions and misrepresentations of contemporary urban African experience, by exploring, reimagining and celebrating these often-invisible identities and histories.

(Source: AFF, inc.)

Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Jeppe on a Friday (2013 – Arya Lalloo, Shannon Walsh).

Filmography:
It Happened to Me (2008 – Rehad Desai, Darryl Els, Arya Lalloo, Michael Matsie);
The Father Inside (2009 – Rehad Desai, Arya Lalloo);
Citizen X (2010);
Alexandra! My Alexandra (2012 – Arya Lalloo);
Jeppe on a Friday (2012 – Arya Lalloo, Shannon Walsh).