Documentary about a rugby club made up mainly of factory workers and unemployed men who defeat the largest rugby club in the world on South Africa’s Heritage Day. (Periphery Films, 9mm Post, New Business Finance)
“Bread and Water”
A film about a baker who is a surfer. Bread and Water is a warm, sometimes funny exploration of how dreams can be accomplished by living a simple life. In following these dreams Trevor produces much more than bread, employment for a new immigrant in a country full of unemployment and a new lease on life and confidence for a professional surfer who had become disillusioned with the competitive side of surfing.
Documentary about the struggle of a Zimbabwean rural community to engage with the wildlife around them over generations from being hunter gatherers, to poachers and now game scouts.
(Periphery Films, C.A.M.P.F.I.R.E. – Community Areas Management Program For Indigenous Resources in Mahenye village)
Documentary considering the next 20 years of development of Buffalo City (Previously called East London) for Buffalo City Municipality
“Storm Chasing: Africa”
Documentary of an unusual snowboarding journey in pursuit of a massive storm that hits the bottom of Southern Africa.
Screened at: The Zimbabwe International Film Festival The Zlin Festival for Youth and Children in the Czech Republic. The Kragnorgorski Sports Film Festival. The Rwandan Film Festival 2005.
“Open Africa Foundation”
Series of short films on empowering communities through tourism in South Africa. Profiles a number of individuals who benefit from tourism activities. A fisherman, a musician, a Shebeen owner, a township bed and breakfast owner and a visionary flower seller.
Screened at The Berlinale Talent Campus