Street Stories South Africa is a mini documentary created during my degree at the University of Johannesburg. It follows the day in the life of Thulani, one of many South African street children who have run away from home to find a better life in the city. Unfortunately many of these children do not find what they were looking for and end up living on the street, homeless.
This was the first time I think we as students had a chance to film in the real world, by ourselves and unsupervised. So technically I feel a lot could have been improved, and I'm glad to know I have definitely improved.
More importantly though, we were able to follow the story of a young boy, who was extremely honest with us, and I feel is a strong point in this mini documentary, which captures the audience and brings attention to such an issue.
Selected for the Africala Film festival in Mexico during 2011
Selected for the Eco-film festival in Sri Lanka during 2012
Director: Rick Joaquim
Camera: Candice Saber
Editor: Namhla Godlo
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Featuring the Flip phone.
Flip phone is based on a concept concieved during a 6 week long workshop done by my self Kristian Ulrich Larsen, Ewa Sendecka, Jeppe Vestergård and Victoria Kusk. It was then developed further for a semester by me Kristian Ulrich Larsen as part of my MA program at Kolding school of design dskd.dk
Creative Scrum Imagineering
Meaning making in the context of a post-modern world and a globalized society. How do we construct realities and what are the implications for stability, change and transformation? How do we change the dialogue within systems in order to change the system? How do we build an environment for co-creation and social change?