Film & TV
An award-winning short film about the harrowing psychological effects of war on a Sudanese asylum seeker in London.
When Nyarai finds out that her cousin Nonto is getting married, she and her traditionally challenged friend Maxi, are set into a frenzy at the thought that their time to find ‘Mr. Right’ may be running out! Set in Harare, Playing Warriors is a comedy feature film about women trying to balance the expectations of tradition while being modern and independent in present day Zimbabwe.
The Axe & the Tree
Between April and June 2008, a ‘tsunami of violence’ was visited on the people of Zimbabwe. This film focuses on the experiences of four individuals living in the high density and peri-urban settlements around Harare during the violence that followed the 2008 elections. It explores the impact of the violence on their lives, and their hopes and fears for the future.
Adverts & Commissioned Work
Action IEHDC/Soul City
African Development Bank
Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation
International Committee for the Red Cross
Media for Development Trust
Norwegian People’s Aid
Search for Common Ground
Steps for the Future
Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association
Zimbabwe International Film Festival Trust
WORK IN PROGRESS
Documentary Feature Film
In the aftermath of a military takeover in Zimbabwe and the subsequent resignation of long-time President Robert Mugabe, two women campaign on independent tickets for positions in the country’s male-dominated legislature. Against the backdrop of clandestine and overt intimidation, they bravely fight for change in a ‘new Zimbabwe’. The film is looking for post-production funds.