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Lindy Wilson is an independent South Africa producer, director, and scriptwriter of documentary films. She has generally focused on South Africa’s transition from apartheid to democracy.
Wilson, Lindy, 1941-
The Weekly Mail (later the Mail & Guardian) hosted this film festival from 1987 to 1994 under the direction of Trevor Steele Taylor. The festival showcased independent, oppositional films from South Africa, as well as including films from othe...
Weekly Mail Film Festival
Founded in 1950, ARD, a consortium of public broadcasters in Germany, is the world’s second largest public broadcaster after the BBC. The collection consists of footage that traces political developments in Southern Africa from 1983 to 2006.
Key, Liza Jane
INPUT aims to challenge the norms of public television, committed to the principle that it is a public service that should be in the interests of the public. Since 1978 INPUT has held an annual screening conference in cities all over the world, as...
This collection contains the interviews conducted for Gainer’s MA, Hollywood, African Consolidated Films, and "bioskoopbeskawing," or bioscope culture : aspects of American culture in Cape Town, 1945-1960. The research “illustrates that ...
Gainer, David J.
Founded in 1973, the Community Video Education Trust (CVET) was formed to democratise media access and use video technology as a catalyst in social development. Primarily active in the Western Cape, it trained members of various community organisa...
Community Video Education Trust
Trevor Steele Taylor has had a long and fruitful career in the South African film industry, as actor, critic, director, lecturer, and writer. He has been deeply involved in a number of film festivals, including the Cape Town International Film Fes...
Steele Taylor, Trevor
J.W. McKenzie was a sugar planter on the South Coast of Natal. The farm, Tafira, was situated about 12 kilometres from Port Shepstone, where he was a keen member of the golf club. He started filming in the mid-1930s and kept it up until the mid-19...
McKenzie, John William