1. Save the Children

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    from Pierre de Villiers / Added

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    Produced: Cait Pansegrouw Directed: William Nicholsen Cinematography: Pierre de Villiers

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    • Pierre de Villiers Cinematography Showreel 2012

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      Editor - Robin Kress Song: Strange Desire - The Black Keys

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      • Skalektrick

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        A short video with local surfers in Cape Town. The result of a new Canon 550D with 18-55 lens. This camera has passed on and this is it's legacy. Edited with Sony Vegas Platinum.

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        • Swimming Upstream - making of

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          Swimming Upstream is a new project by Dutch photographer Kathalijne van Zutphen, capturing both the visages and the insights of young Cape Town creatives. In a series of portraits coupled with one-on-one interviews, Kathalijne speaks to emerging and established DJs, musicians, filmmakers, actors, authors and illustrators about how they got started, perennial challenges within the creative industry, experiences in marketing themselves, and thorny issues like file sharing and copyright – all in an attempt to discover what drives them, and the difficulties they face in the current digital age. All the artists in the series were photographed in locations specifically chosen to complement their unique identities, cumulatively sketching Kathalijne’s own interpretation of the Cape Town landscape. The list of artists taking part include Toby Atwell, Lauren Beukes, Donovan Copley, Guy Buttery, Lauren Fowler, Twanji Kalula, Akio Kawahito, Miss Texas 1977, Tshepo Moche, Maloti Mothobi, S.A. Partridge, Verity Price, Monishia Schoeman, Neil John Smith, Hendrik Vermeulen, Tristan Waterkeyn and Sam Wilson.

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