This film shows the difference between the global media industry and World Film Collective’s World Cup Reporters. Without the resources that the pros have, the WFC reporters are still making films during the World Cup, editing reports in their shacks and hustling to get access. A great example of two worlds colliding during the World’s […]
This brilliantly improvised conversation between a couple just after the wife has discovered she is HIV positive, gives a rare and poignant insight into the reality of living in a community where HIV is a common occurrence. This scene, so vivid and so true, shows how adults cope with the situations this present them with […]
This film was made during a project in Free State in 2008 with students from Niekerksrus Secondary School. The programme was run in partnership with arts volunteering charity, Dramatic Need. Filmmaking programmes were run with each class from grade 7 to grade 12. The results were amazing
Reporter Lynda hit the streets of Cape Town to find out how people felt now that South Africa is no longer in the World Cup. Fans agree that their performance against France was wonderful, and are rooting for the remaining African teams!