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AFRICAN FILM SCHOOL
 
AFRICAN FILM SCHOOL
 
US Premiere

Director: Roger Horn

South Africa, 2017, 5min
Format: Digital
Festival Year: 2018
Category: Short Narrative
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Crew:  Producers: Roger Horn - Editor: Roger Horn
Email:  rogerhorn77gmail.com

synopsis
Found Super 8mm home movies of wildlife from 1960s apartheid era South Africa and colonial Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) combined with audio collected in 2007 by American filmmaker Roger Horn while attending a wildlife film training program in Cape Town, seeks to disorient and force the viewer to confront their own stereotypes and ponder the nature of capturing images in Southern Africa.

director
Roger Horn lectures in Visual Anthropology at the University of Cape Town & Documentary Production and Film Studies at the SAE Institute Cape Town; drawing upon his 19 years of experience across various disciplines and media outlets for inspiration. Additionally, Roger is currently pursuing his PhD in Visual Anthropology where he continues to research and expand upon the material presented in his 2015 film "These Objects, Those Memories."
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