Documentary Film / South Africa
Vox Populi is a Latin phrase that literally translates: "the voice of the people."
The film Vox Populi? is about how South Africans and those who are involved in the country perceive South Africa: past, present and future.
Documentary Film Series / Current Affairs
Imagine being born invisible. You are alive but can’t prove you exist. You are sure you are human, but have no human rights. Today, more than 10 million people across the world are told they don’t belong anywhere. These people are called stateless. They often aren’t allowed to go to school, see a doctor, get a job, open a bank account, buy a house or even get married. Over a third of the world’s stateless are children.
This film is being made in proud association with:
Documentary Film / Survivor Story
"Mordechai Perlov - I Survived Stalin During WWII"
Mordechai (Mordi) Perlov (92 year old living in Johannesburg, South Africa) is a Lithuanian Jew who was deported in June 1941 from Raseiniai, Lithuania, to Ust'-Lekchim (Ust'-Lokchim), Northern Russia, by the Russian Red Army.
Mordi, his family and other Lithuanians who were considered as enemies of the Russian state were taken ...
Documentary Film / Defying Medical Odds
Derick Brumer was involved in a motorbike accident in his late teens which left him in a coma in hospital for nearly 6 months.
He sustained a serious brain injury during the accident and the doctors gave him a 5% chance of survival the first night in hospital. He remained in hospital, in a coma, for nearly 5 and a half months after the accident.