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Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category

Smiley Face

Posted by Paddy On November - 25 - 2009

By Grethe Koen, Jess Levy and Roza Carvalho

A PSA produced for the South African Depression and Anxiety Group.

To Weave Or Not To Weave?

Posted by Paddy On November - 21 - 2009

By: Vuyokazi Mnyengeza & Shanel Pillay

Does your hair define who you are? This documentary focuses on the decision to wear a weave or go natural. Watch the following clip and make up your own mind.

Drawing Happy Endings

Posted by Paddy On November - 21 - 2009

By: Vuyokazi Mnyengeza, Andisa Ndlovu & Shanel Pillay

This is a PSA (Public Service Announcement) for the Eluxolweni Childrens Shelter in Grahamstown. The Shelter is home to young boys and girls, giving them a home and hope for the future.

Children of the Soil

Posted by Paddy On November - 15 - 2009

A documentary on the stereotypes around people seen to be ‘traditional’ and practicing their traditions in the ‘modern city’ spaces in South Africa.

Teddy’s Funeral

Posted by Paddy On November - 15 - 2009

A Public Service Announcement for the Jabez AID’s center in Grahamstown highlighting the need for foster parents

Grahamstown Ink

Posted by Paddy On November - 9 - 2009

A short documentary by Grethe Koen and Roza Carvalho

Talk about commitment to journalism! Roza went as far as getting a tattoo when we shot this documentary. It attempts to challenge the stereotypes surrounding “inked” people by literally confronting them with the stereotype of “Baxter,” a cardboard cut-out of a heavily tattooed guy.  We also document the process of getting tattooed as we go along to Silver Dragon Tattoos and watch Gary put on Roza’s tat.

Video Today

Raphael HIV testing and support CentreThe Raphael Centre located in Grahamstown, South Africa is a HIV/AIDS testing and support centre. Lately, though, this haven for people infected or affected by the virus has been rought by troubles. The future of the centre is uncertain as it needs sponsors to ensure it’s survival. Meanwhile other issues, like an objecting neighbour are also posing problems for the centre which helps over 1 000 people every month.