One very important habit young film makers should learn is to ask questions. Our African society generally does not encourage the habit of questioning. It is considered disrespectful to ask questions, even when it is crucial to your understanding of issues. As a filmmaker, do you question your film? Do you ask the ESSENTIAL … More Unique Voice – Who Are You As A Filmmaker?
I remember when I was growing up, it was quite common to hear about communal farming. Where a whole farming village would form a group and take turns to work in each other’s farms. The benefit of this approach was that, once a group of people work on a particular farm, they are able to … More Communal Filmmaking
I love story-telling. This is the essence of my attraction to filmmaking. But filmmaking for me is story-telling taken to another level with all kinds of possibilities for embellishment, texturing and layering. In film, one collects raw shots, which has a primitive or primary performance. Then in the editing room, one takes the shots to … More Storytelling is Filmmaking