Movie Screening and Talkback with Directors Dumisani Mvumvu and Tsholofelo Maseko
Ephasini Lamabhudango: My Dream World is a film about the celebration and reimagining of a Ndebele woman in modern day Johannesburg who dares to be her true self, in which she starred and executive produced. Ephasini Lamabhudango has received positive reviews and shown at various festivals including the Yale Africa Film Festival as well as at the Africa Rising International Film Festival.
The Hangman Film is a South African film about the real atrocities that took place in Death Row during the 1980’s period before the abolishment of the apartheid system. The narration of the film follows the story of a father and son story although Apartheid is the backdrop of all the sequences of events. The Hangman gives viewers an educated perspective of the impact and malice of South Africa’s apartheid past.