1. Triomf VOD

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    March 1994: South Africa. On the day of the first free election Lambert Benade will turn 21, and Uncle Treppie promises him the girl of his dreams. But, in this hilariously horrendous tragi-comedy, as a new world is born, two members of the white trash family are destined to die.

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    • Directors and Directing: Playwrights 2012 - Panel 2: Directors and Writers - 25 August 2012

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      Panelists: Jaqueline Dommisse; James Ngcobo; Sanjn Muftic and Amy Jephta; Malcolm Purkey Chair: Mark Fleishman JAQUELINE DOMMISSE Working primarily as a director, Jaqueline Dommisse partners with Peter Hayes in the Hearts & Eyes Theatre Collective. Dommisse is involved in community theatre and training, and served as the performing arts manager at CAP, then AMAC, a longstanding NGO with a history of resistance theatre. She has a fascination with visual theatre and puppetry and served as Artistic Director of UNIMA South Africa’s Out the Box Festival in 2010. Directing credits include a production of Martin Moran’s The Tricky Part, an integrated dance/theatre work for Remix Dance Company, Bluebeard, Stone Words by Khadija Heeger, and several award winning plays written by Hayes including: The Alchemist’s Hear, I am Here, Sadako and Suburbanalia. JAMES NGCOBO Seasoned stage, television and film actor, director and writer James Ngcobo has appeared at London’s Young Vic in The Revolution, toured the United States in The Horn of Sorrow, toured Britain in The Cherry Orchard and performed in Sizwe Banzi is Dead at Britain’s Festival Hall. He made his directorial debut with The Suitcase in 2005, a production of which recently opened the new Soweto Theatre. He has since directed numerous other award-winning productions. Ngcobo is the Artistic Director and Curator of Afrovibes - a biannual multidisciplinary festival seeking to bring South African work of high artistic quality to European audiences; and works with other international artists like Hugh Masekela, with whom he runs a production company called Sibojama. SANJIN MUFTIC Sanjin Muftic, Bosnian born, completed his undergraduate studies in Canada, before he mastered a postgraduate degree at UCT in theatre directing. Since then he has directed heightened texts and multimedia productions. Together with Jon Keevy, as part of Yawazzi, he has designed production videography for the Baxter, La Rosa Dance Company, Magnet Theatre and the Richard Wagner Society. Muftic was a 2011 Donald Gordon Creative Arts Fellow, researching sampling live performance. He serves as the Head of Acting Department at the CityVarsity School of Media and Arts and is currently directing Amy Jephta’s Other People’s Lives for the Artscape Spring Season. AMY JEPHTA Amy Jephta is a Cape Town based theatremaker. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Cape Town in 2009 and is currently completing her MA in Playwriting. She was the first national recipient of the Emerging Theatre Directors Bursary. In 2012, she received a scholarship to attend the School For Contemporary Art in Vancouver to study a semester of playwriting and interdisciplinary studies, and was invited to New York to attend the prestigious Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab. She is a columnist for The Big Issue. Her new play, Other People’s Lives, will be staged as part of the Artscape Spring Season, directed by Sanjin Muftic. MALCOLM PURKEY Malcolm Purkey taught at the University of the Witwatersrand in the Drama Department for over 20 years and is currently the Artistic Director of the Market Theatre, Johannesburg. He is an award-winning theatre director and playwright - Breytenbach Epathlon, English Academy Award and multiple Vita Awards, including, most recently, Best New South African Play for Love, Crime and Johannesburg. A Fulbright Scholar, he is also a screenplay writer, teacher, academic and a founder member and director of Junction Avenue Theatre Company, one of South Africa’s leading workshop theatre companies. A number of significant South African Plays have been created under his direction. Purkey’s most recent production, Little Foot, was first commissioned by the National Theatre, London.

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      • Walter Veith's Life Story

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        A Personal Testimony. Dr. Walter Veith's personal life story from an atheistic evolutionist to a creationist. Professor Veith is an internationally renowned speaker and author who received training as a Zoologist and Comparative Physiologist at the mainstream University of Cape Town in South Africa. As former evolutionist, and having taught evolution for many years, Professor Veith's life changing testimony is an amazing witness that touches hearts and minds as he candidly shares his story of God's leading. www.BibleStudyShop.co.uk

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        • Bryan Travis @ TouchBass Rooftop Party 01 FEB 2014

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          Keep update with Room 400 DJ video sets at: facebook.com/Room400Recordings Listen to more from Bryan Travis on https://soundcloud.com/bryan-travis Bryan Travis has a collective passion for music made with love, specifically the sounds of Deep House, UK Garage sounds, and Hiphop in all forms. His varied taste in music has helped him to grow as a creative, forward-thinking DJ since 2000, and he has spent the last thirteen years crafting his sound, growing into a popular and versatile DJ in Cape Town’s underground music scene. Guest appearances include events such as Love Parade Cape Town, Funky Buddha, Soul Revolution, AfterDark™, City Lights, Gather, Kickback, SYNW and Cold Turkey. Bryan is also resident DJ and co-founding member of exciting underground events namely LoveAll™ and One Foot in the Groove™, as well as Resident at Deluxe… Cape Town’s only dedicated Deep House Movement.

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          • Tim & Therese Galage Send-Off Celebration

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            On September 11, 2011, we gathered as a church family to say good-bye to our long-time members, Tim & Therese Galage. Tim & Therese have been ministering to us for over 20 years and are now leaving to join MTW (Mission to the World) in Cape Town, South Africa. Watch to learn what they will be doing and to hear testimony to how the Galages have impacted the lives of others at Sycamore.

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            • Suliere - The Crossing VOD

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              A Film by Paul Burgess. Sail a 50 ft ocean-going catamaran on one of the world's longest ocean passages - a 6,200 mile voyage from South Africa to Grenada in the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean. Share the voyage with owner's Paul and Lesley, and their crew of two departing the port of St Francis, on South Africa's east coast, Sailing south with a stop at Kynsna Lagoon - passing through the notoriously dangerous "Heads" into the lagoon's protected waters. Continue south, rounding the Cape of Good Hope and into the bustling port of Cape Town, South Africa for final commissioning prior to the Atlantic crossing. Then sail northwestward across the Atlantic stopping mid-ocean at St Helena Island, the jewel of the Atlantic where Napoleon was once imprisoned. Finally, make the long ocean passage to Grenada, gateway to the exotic Leeward Islands of the Caribbean. Also by Paul Burgess: Voyages of Suliere: Cruising the Exumas & Jumentos https://vimeo.com/ondemand/cruisingexumasjumentos

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              • Suliere: The Crossing VOD

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                A Film by Paul Burgess. Sail a 50 ft ocean-going catamaran on one of the world's longest ocean passages - a 6,200 mile voyage from South Africa to Grenada in the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean. Share the voyage with owner's Paul and Lesley, and their crew of two departing the port of St Francis, on South Africa's east coast, Sailing south with a stop at Kynsna Lagoon - passing through the notoriously dangerous "Heads" into the lagoon's protected waters. Continue south, rounding the Cape of Good Hope and into the bustling port of Cape Town, South Africa for final commissioning prior to the Atlantic crossing. Then sail northwestward across the Atlantic stopping mid-ocean at St Helena Island, the jewel of the Atlantic where Napoleon was once imprisoned. Finally, make the long ocean passage to Grenada, gateway to the exotic Leeward Islands of the Caribbean. Also see Voyages of Suliere: Cruising the Exhumas & Jumentos http://vimeo.com/ondemand/cruisingexumasjumentos

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                • 30000 leguas de viaje por África austral

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                  Un viaje casi alucinante que comienza en el Cabo de las Tormentas, bautizado así por el portugués Bartolomé Diaz y por donde sigue naviegando sin rumbo el Holandés Errante. Luego de visitar la Ciudad del Cabo, donde Mandela pronunció su primer discurso tras recobrar la libertad, nos adentramos en el desierto del Kalahari y en las dunas del Namib, donde recorreremos la ciudad fantasma de Kolmanskuppe y sobrevolaremos sus dunas. Más adelante en la costa de los Esqueletos contaremos lo terrible historia del Dunedine Star, y llegaremos a las cataratas de Epupa para estar con el pueblo Himba. Atravesaremos el parque de Etosha donde nos encontraremos con una gran variedad de fauna para llegar al Delta del Okavango, donde muere el único río en el mundo que no desemboca ni en el mar ni en otro río. Finalmente conoceremos el parque Nacional de Chobe en Botswana y llegaremos a las cataratas Victoria. El reportaje dura 1 horas y 15 minutos; ya se que es algo largo, pero te aseguro que merece la pena ganar ese tiempo de tu vida, porque conocerás parte de la historia política y geológica de esta zona del mundo y verás su maravillosa y sorprendente fauna.

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                  • WSDC 2012 Octos: Korea v Singapore - Impromptu BSIL

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                    This was the Octofinals of the 2012 World Schools Debating Championship in Cape Town, South Africa. This impromptu debate saw Korea propose against Singapore.

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                    • Killer Robot @ Future Gods Cape Town - 04 March 2014

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                      Keep update with Room 400 DJ video sets at: facebook.com/Room400Recordings Listen to more from Killer Robot on soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/killer-robot Bio: Killer Robot began life in 2006 as a platform to host the best in local and international techno artists and djs, in the process quickly becoming recognized as a pre-eminent dj collective in its own right. Since then Killer Robot has become synonomous with the staging of cutting edge talent, seeking out and hosting some of the biggest names on the international circuit, often with a prescient ability to... pick upcoming stars. The list of artists to have graced the decks at KR over the last four years is as impressive as it is diverse. From the dark, bass driven techno of Konrad Black to the delicate patterns of Julius Smallville, the post industrial machine music of Alex Smoke to the future funk onslaught of Seth Troxler, Killer Robot has embraced all of the finest exponents of the artform. Not content with just booking the talent, the Killer Robot residents themselves have toured locally and abroad, playing a series of influential club gigs as well as all of the biggest festivals in South Africa, with Bruno a semi regular guest in Germany and Ivan being asked to warmup for the legendary Kevin Saunderson in Scotland in 2009.

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