Live at the Turner Contemporary Margate

The Waugh Office kindly asked me to do a live Periscope TV broadcast for their Cross Borders: RISK exhibition event with Venice Agendas at the Turner Contemporary Margate gallery. 



I’d been following the radio drama serial development workshops of Cape Town’s Siyaziwa at Children’s Radio Foundation and was delighted when the group agreed to a live interview.

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Mfundo Tafeti and Ncediwe Nama
Velisa Jara, Nosizwe Dumo, Mfundo Tafeti, Ncediwe Nama.
Project manager Farhana Jacobs holds the Periscope.

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They spoke candidly about wanting to create true-to-life LGBTIQ characters and storylines and the process of recording a ten part drama serial called Kwa Ntliziyondise.

My short film, Expat on a Balcony also screened at the gallery at the event.

Photos by Jacqueline van Meygaarden at CRF.

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