The Kyoto protocol on the reduction of greenhouse gases was signed in 1995 and was not yet operational in 2011, when the COP 17 conference on climatic change opens in Durban, South Africa. The most
The 100 km Main Reef Road runs from Springs to Westonaria in South Africa; the film looks at the part it played in the history of Johannesburg, and in the present day, how people are coping in the
In 1905, South Africa's British overlords set out to force the powerful Zulu nation to work on white farms. For Chief Bhambatha, the introduction of a poll tax to compel Zulus to do this, was the last
This is a story about the increasing hardships refugees in the city of Johannesburg told through the experience of three african men. Their stories will testify to the struggle for survival facing the
In August 2012, mineworkers in one of South Africa’s biggest platinum mines began a wildcat strike for better wages. Six days later, the police used live ammunition to brutally suppress the strike,
The Battle for Johannesburg is a feature-length documentary film that examines the conflicts and consequences of Johannesburg's rapid transformation in the 24 months leading up to the World Cup.
A personal journey to Austria for Rehad Desai to find out whether his son, who is presently living in Mozambique with his mother, would fit in with the Austrian life. His separated wife, Victoria, is
Carlos Cardoso is a documentary about Carlos Cardoso himself who did everything in his power to elliminate the barriers between ordinary people and top people.