Into The Spotlight

Psychological Horror, 2019

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FILM PRODUCTION DETAILS

Experimental Festival
AFDA Study Year: 3rd Year
Genre: Psychological Horror
Running Time: 10
Rating: L,V
Viewing Restriction: 16

Into the Spotlight follows a model with a superiority complex as she is dethroned from her showstopper reign by an up and coming model. She is taken on a psychological journey which tracks her through her suppressed past. When confronted by these dark truths, to what extent is she willing to go to in order to remain in the spotlight?

CAST

Mihlali Mqushulu - Mponeng
Thobeka Mdhluli - Lihle
Paki Mokoena - The Critic

CREW

Writer - Theano Shubane
Director - Theano Shubane
Executive Producer - Loyiso Beauchamp
Cinematographer - Katlego Matlala
Production Designer - Amanda Sibisi
Costume, Make-up and Styling - Mariane Joubert
Editor - Paballo Raphadana
Sound Design - Ntokozo Mahlangu
Composer - Zingisa Ntwana
Data Wrangler - Lunga Mthombeni
Colourist/Grader - Lunga Mthombeni

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