Silver Screen: South African Women in Film initiative explained


Silver Screen is a weekly movie show that investigates the nuts and bolts of the local and international film industry. In this episode we speak to Zoe Ramushu, from South African Women in Film (SWIFT) and then review ‘Krotoa’ a film that reveals the life of a woman some consider the mother of coloured people in South Africa.

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