In this film, the Kaltcha Pioneers show what a young person can do if their parents are misinformed about HIV/AIDS. This project allowed young people to explore all the reasons that HIV spreads in their communities and found ways to prevent this from happening, using filmmaking to share this with their family, friends and community […]
We went to two different malls and got to find out what other people think or what do they know about HIV/AIDS. Mitchell’s Plain is a Coloured township and Site B is in Khayletsha, which is predominently Black township
Young men from Khayelitsha talk openly about HIV in their community, how they cope with the persistent fear of contracting HIV and how this affects their approach to sex and relationships. This open and staightforward discussion is testiment to the power of grassroots filmmaking as these men feel comfortable enough being filmed by members of […]
The Kaltcha Pioneers make a promo for the fantastic NGO, Grassroot Soccer, that uses football to spreakd HIV preventon message amongst youth across the world. A huge shout out to Grassroot Soccer and all the amazing work they do!