This is a video diary describing what Saleh did on the day of Eid, which is a Muslim celebration similar to Christmas. Within the camp, the mood was sombre, and Saleh describes it as the ‘worst feasts “Eid” in my life’. He was unable to communicate with the rest of his family in Syria, or […]

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The Muslim celebration of Eid is like Christmas. In the camp however, there was a feeling of sadness as many were spending the day without their families, surrounded by squalor with dwindling hope of ever reaching Britain. Despite this, some men in the Afghan section hooked up a speaker and started to dance.

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We should let them watch and learn from it at the same time.Not only the parent can do this.

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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 […]

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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 […]

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A young mother faces a dilemma as her husband tries hard to earn enough money to buy baby milk. A simple yet powerful story that highlights the ordinary struggle of those living with HIV

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Gogo’s telling how their children hide’s the fact that they are HIV positive and also encouraging mothers at home to take care of their children who are HIVpositive. This was part of a series commissioned by CTV and funded by Nokia. The campaign message was LOVE YOUR PARTNER, KNOW YOUR STATUS

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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 […]

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WFC Founder Member, Simceliel Kalimashe tells his life story and what WFC means to him

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This film follows the life of a woman who was orphaned by HIV/AIDS and now looks after her brother. In ths film we hear how she won Miss Khayelitsha Beauty Contest. After making this film, the story was picked up by Glamour magazine SA. This film is part of a series produced during a training […]

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