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Social Realism, 2019

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FILM PRODUCTION DETAILS

Graduation Festival
AFDA Study Year: 3rd year
Genre: Social Realism
Running Time: 12
Rating: V
Viewing Restriction: 16

Nkululeko and Aitan are seemingly very different people from very different backgrounds, but unbeknownst to them, are facing very similar problems. After both of their fathers are violently killed, they face the threat of their land being taken away from them by state forces. Spurred on by the want to protect their fathers legacies, they take the position of resisting the state’s mandate which leads to them to trouble with the law

CAST

Matthew Barrett - Aitan
Thabile Tau - Nkululeko
Kelly Meyers - Antionette
Zimasa May - Marie
Megan Furniss - Andile

CREW

Writer - Casey Connor Milledge
Director - Casey Connor Milledge
Executive Producer - Vittorio Contaldi
Cinematographer - Lara Engelbrecht & Sophia Saks
Production Designer - Casey Connor Milledge
Costume, Make-up and Styling - Gillian
Editor - Kathlego
Sound Design - Reece Coetzer
Composer - Reece Coetzer
Visual Effects - Joshua Mifsud
Colourist/Grader - Lara Engelbrecht

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