Hear Me Out
A compact look of what to expect in the full documentary Hear Me Out. A story for the people by the people.
But who is that being that stares back at me who are we without our ancestry?
I am a coloured kind the traditionless kind the don’t fit in kind but still manage
Sabotaged by a red robot. Our favourite stretch of road is coming up and if only
So, I haven’t named her yet but I’ve decided she’s a she. We’ve had the exact
The stale smell of sweat and Fire ‘n Ice cologne, for men, invaded my space bubble.
What would the landscape of my existence feel like, if I could identify what a sense of belonging felt like? A more pressing question is: what would the landscape of my existence feel like, if I could identify what a sense of belonging to myself felt like?
It is the 22nd of DecemberAnd it’s my birthday.My cousin throws the duvet off my sleeping
Between the mountain and the deep blue sea
In the year 1353AD, Zatoomba gave rise to its existence. Zatoomba was a beautiful young woman
Emancipate yourself. Black lives matter, all lives matter, pink lives matter, blue lives matter….. Non of
We’re on a silver beach with navy blue watersI can touch the milky way glittering between
A history of transculturation in South Africa
It is often debated whether the so-called “Cape Coloured” people in South Africa have a culture
AN ODE TO THE MARGINALIZED PEOPLE!
A DOWNTRODDEN RACEWITH A COLORFUL FACEWE HAVE SAT ON THE FENCE TOO LONGWE HAVE ENDURED ATROCITIES BUT CONTINUE TO JOURNEY ON
Looking Back At Leeuwenhof Road
A short film
Do You Know What You Have Done?
JAN He stands right in the centre of town, around him walked those he oppressed, subjugated
When I was about six or seven years old, my mother brought my sister and I
Chosen : Ode to unforgotten soil
A photo collage tribute to my family.
A sudden and harsh jolt woke him from his tenuous sleep state. He felt disoriented, befuddled,
SALEEMA’S SHOE DAY
A history film about my tietie Jessie. by Kauthar Baza
Call Me Miss Chief
The date is February 2021, it’s been a full term since South Africa has elected its
‘Then and Now’ SA short film
A Short Documentary South African Film that questions how the past has an effect on people`s lives and communities today. The focus of this film is on some communities in Cape Town, South Africa and particularly the effect of the Group Areas Act. To what extent does our past affect us today? Does it still have an effect?
PROMISE IN A TRAGIC LAND
‘Why is Mum crying?’ Nick asked me as we lay in bed. We could hear my
I am she -my story
I think back to primary school, I clearly remember my pets accompanying me wherever I went.
Siri Watu is South Africa’s first ongoing Afro-Manga (A genre that blends African mythology with japan-Esque
Ngumfuziselo wesonoAtsh’amagqobhok’ ukukutyibekaKodw’ixabiso lakho lingaphaya kokuqondaWonk’ubani ufunisela ngaweAbaninzi bangaphaya kwemidaInjongw’inye liqhosha lentunjaNeemvek’ezisebeleni zifund’ukuthetha ngaweUyintandokazi yehlabathiUmlisela nomthinjaneIinkonde
Lungumthombo wobomiLuvisa kamandi lubuyeLuvise kabuhlunguLuvuselel’ izazelaLuyaphilisa kwayeLimkwanik’ithembaOke wangcamla kweyothand’ibhekileUyakumbona ngochwayit’olungumbizelaneImvuzemvuze enhambel phezulu bububeleLusisibane esikhanyisa enzonzobileni yolwandleKwiingxondorha
Ndisivil’isijwili sikhenkcezaEzindlebeni zam sizingisileNdathi mandicamagushe kumanyang’akuthiNdibhula ndisela ndikhange’umhlolaNdiyifumen’impenduloKwisithokothoko senkungu ndayeleEzam’iingcinga zikhonkxiweUdakumb’umhlabaIlihlwil’intliziyoKweyam’intliziy’usaphilaNgokomoya sidl’imbaduKwimiqolomba yeengcinga ndinaweKufa ndin’ulixeleguNgxe ngokuhamba
PUSH Push Until Something Happens
We as P. U. S. H believe that by working together we have the power to
Inga’s road to her dreams
This shows my history, from birth to the Inga people now see. Family has always been
The Adventures of Kamal: A Jolly day in Johannesburg!
Black Lives Matter
It blows my mind that Coloured people get offended by #BlackLivesMatter when Coloured males have the highest incarceration rate in South Africa
My Name is Andre, and I am a Racist.
In a sober moment you once said Something like you loved me so much Even if
SEGREGATION to APARTHEID
From SEGREGATION to APARTHEID. I was 12 years old in 1947 , a year before APARTHEID
Why Do You Speak So Funny?
I hate crèche. I cry and claw onto the car seat every single morning when my mother drops me off.
In this modern world filled with complications, simplicities and whatever is in between, people live and