The unique sound of the vuvuzela has been roaring in fans’ ears since the start of the 2010 World Cup, whether they like it or not. Our reporters head to Cape Town to ask soccer fans why they love the Vuvuzela!
We returned to Cape Town in June, 2009 to deliver a Level 2 Documentary Workshop to students from the New Africa Theatre Association. Several of the participants have been putting their new filmmaking skills to good use since we last saw them. Find out what they have been up to and watch as they create […]
Another really open conversation about the circumstances in which some people have sex against their better judgement, risking the spread of HIV. In a society where this subject is taboo, these young people are being incredibly couragous expressing themselves so openly and honestly. Testiment to the power of grassroots filmmaking
This film was part of a twelve-part series entitled, Uyafun’undazi?’ or ‘Do You Want To Know Me?’ The series was created during a programme run in 2012 in Cape Town and funded by The Cape Film Commission. The young filmmakers chose to take a common statistic relating to the townships and profile an individual living […]
Grannies stay active and hit the dance floor. This film was one episode in a series commissioned by Mxit, South Africa’s popular mobile social network. The WFC team produced one episode of Grannies With Balls every week for three months. This was broadcast on a mobile platform on Mxit, which the guys helped to design. The […]
South Africa has invested a lot of money in order to host the 2010 World Cup, but not everyone thinks it was money well-spent. Our reporters hear from local township residents who feel the World Cup might carry detrimental consequences.
Weekend chill time in ekasi involves barbecuing meat, a cool box full of drinks, good music and good friends. On top of that, there’s the convenience of getting your car washed whilst having a good time.