New additions to the WorldView library

Here’s a few more recently supported projects for you to keep an eye out for:

Rehad Desai‘s Miners Shot Down  charts the seven days leading up to August 16 2013 when South African police opened fired on a group of Lonmin mine workers on a wildcat strike at the Marikana mine.

“Worldview has been so easy to work with, they understand the film, the process and the conditions that filmmakers have to face in countries like my own. When you’re working in isolation month after month, sometimes year after year, every little bit of support real matters. The documentary world is tough, and organisations like WorldView make the load of documentary filmmaking a little lighter.” Rehad Desai

Coming soon from Stay Gold Studios, an exclusive online project Indie Citiesonline webisodes celebrating the unique cultural aspects of each city and highlights the passion, craftsmanship and uncompromising love of life that ties the young entrepreneurs of Africa together.

‘The grant from CBA – Your WorldView – has enabled us to create four new short documentaries as part of our Indie Cities series. The series celebrates Independent young craftspeople that have found success in the wake of the economic crisis and they cities they live and thrive in. Thank you so much for your support and encouragement- it has been invaluable to the project’- Pete Williams

Voices of Africa/Storytent Kenya is an exciting new project in partnership with Docubox and the VIKES Foundation. Story tent has already been set up in Boliva, South Africa, DRC Kinshasa and Finland and will result in a fantastic multi-platform series. More details coming soon…