Our Work

  • Think Big

    Meet Derek Thomas and Nobuntu Webster the smart and sexy new presenters on set of our up and coming... Read More

  • AYEYE!

    Ayeye follows the trials and tribulations of three friends JK, Neo and Lebo who live together in downtown Johannesburg and work as creatives... Read More

  • Apartheid Museum

    The Apartheid Museum bears witness to South Africa’s apartheid past and our triumphant transition to democracy. Bomb designed, produced and installed... Read More

  • Hector Pieterson Museum

    The Hector Pieterson museum is situated at the site in Orlando, Soweto, where students protesting the then Nationalist government’s Afrikaans education policy... Read More

  • Lilliesleaf Farm

    The Liliesleaf Museum is situated in a house in the suburb of Rivonia, Johannesburg. It was in this house that Nelson Mandela hid, posing as a worker... Read More

  • Mandela

    MANDELA is a candid, definitive portrait of one of the greatest  leaders of our time. The film traces Mandela’s life from his childhood roots as Xhosa tribal royalty through rebellion,  Read More

  • Soweto: A History

    The story of a history. A culture. Community. People with a story to tell. This three part series is an intense journey from the birth of Soweto in the early part of  this century, Read More

  • Amandla! A Revolution in Four Part Harmony

    Amandla! tells the story of black South African freedom music and the central role it played in the struggle against apartheid. Read More

  • 7, 14, 21, & 28 – UP South Africa

    In 1964 Granada Television’s Word in Action, decided to make a documentary about the British class system. Taking as their cue the Jesuit saying, Give me a child until he is seven and I will show... Read More

  • Burning Man

    On the 17th May Ernesto was attacked by a group of South Africans and burnt alive. His crime: being a foreigner. Director, Adze Ugah, journeys to Ernesto’s village in Mozambique... Read More

  • La Toma (The Siege)

    On the 6th November 1985 an event took place in downtown Bogota that changed the course of Colombian history. Thirty five members of the guerilla group, M -19... Read More

  • Freedom Square & Back of the Moon (1986)

    Sophiatown was the closest place to the city centre of Johannesburg, occupied by black South Africans. It was home to writers, journalists, artists, politicians – the black... Read More

  • Sekalli le Meokgo

    A reclusive stickfighter becomes enchanted with a mysterious figure of a beautiful woman in the cold mountains of the Magic Kingdom. However, to free her he must first vanquish an evil horseman... Read More

  • Portrait of a Young Man Drowning

    This film written and directed by Teboho Mahlatsi,  explores a young man’s quest for redemption. He has defended his community to the point of spilling blood. Read More

  • Transit Café

    Transit Café  is a love story set in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.  A  man is sent in search of his brother’s widow and child. After swindling a woman and her young daughter out of their money... Read More

  • In Desert & Wilderness

    This multi-million dollar feature film, produced with Polish partners, premiered in April 2002 and was directed by Gavin Hood. Read More

  • Isibaya

    The backdrop. A lucrative and dangerous taxi world. Two young lovers destined for each other, are torn apart by the bitter century long feud that rages between their families... Read More

  • Jacob’s Cross

    An epic drama series about powerful oil magnates battling for Africa’s rich off-shore oil resources. Set in both South Africa and Nigeria, the story centers around businessman Jacob Makhubu Abayomi... Read More

  • Yizo Yizo

    SABC 1’s  premier cult youth show. This gritty, uncompromising television drama series set in a township school achieved record-breaking audiences and cult status amongst South Africa’s Yizo Yizo... Read More

  • Zone 14

    Zone 14 is different to the high end soaps of middle class bedrooms and boardrooms. It is rooted in real life and celebrates the lives of working class South Africans. Read More

  • Shuga

    An edgy educational youth drama set in Nairobi. Shuga explores sexuality and relationships in a vivid and uncompromising way. It was a huge hit not only in Kenya but aired... Read More

  • Soul Buddyz

    Soul Buddyz is South Africa’s premier children’s programme. It reaches more than 5 million 8-14 year olds and the adults who take care of them. It’s a programme children love... Read More

  • MTN – I love zed

    Director: Tebogo Malope

  • FNB – An Ode to the Mainstream Market

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi

  • Primus

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi

  • Peak Milk

  • MTN Fifa Love Story

  • MTN Doorman

  • IMC 2

  • Vodacom 20th Anniversary

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi

  • DSTV Rap Battle

  • Baby Daddy

    When a young woman, Nothemba Nkosi finds herself a widowed single parent at 30, she sets out to find the man who donated the sperm that created her and her husband’s son.  Read More

  • Vodacom Summer Lovin

  • Engen Friends

  • Hotel Kalifornia

    In a future South African city the chasm between the rich elite and the poor masses has widened, The police, known as The Rubber, operate like robots... Read More

  • Amstel Apprentice

  • Sasol

  • Play

  • MTN Uganda

  • Mnatebawen – Khuli Chana

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi

  • Powa – Tumi

    Director: Teboho  Mahlatsi

  • Temperature Rising – Les Nubians

    Director: Andrew Dosunumu

  • Nkaiketsang – Thembi Seete

    Director: Andrew Dosumnu

  • Ghetto Fabulous – Zola

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi

  • (Sure Ntombazana) Bloma Nice – Thembi & Wanda

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi

  • Un Gaou a Paris – Magic Systems

    Director: Andrew Dosunmu

  • Victory lap – AKA

    Director: Thabang Moleya & Kutlwano Ditsele

  • Shay’zandla – Thembi Seete

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi

  • Hazzadazz Move – Khuli Chana

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi & Thabang Moleya

  • Mpinthsi Mpontsho – M’du

    Director: Teboho Mahlatsi