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2014 PACSA Film & Arts Festival

PACSA Film & Arts Festival

2014 PACSA Film & Arts Festival

About 900 people attended the various events hosted as part of the 2014 edition of the PACSA Film and Arts Festival which took place on the main campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg. The theme this year 'People live here...20 Years into Democracy' and was hosted in collaboration with the Alan Paton Struggle Archives.

The event included:

  • A conversation with Stephen Grootes, the host of the Radio 702 Midday Report
  • Cedric Nunn, a renowned photographer, who prepared the photography exhibition on what democracy means in South Africa today.
  • Imraahn Mukaddam, the bread reseller who blew the whistle on bread price-fixing in South Africa.
  • A film-making workshop
  • A children's art and dance workshop
  • Films such as Miners Shot Down, the Marikana massacre, Crumbs
  • Local films including a PACSA production Un-Food-Able, and two films made by local groups, the story of the Electricity Action Group and a story by the Sakabuntu Youth Group from Sobantu township.
  • Jazz festival
  • A church service
  • Poetry

Watch the highlights video here

Click here to view the detailed programme 

PACSA Photography Exhibition

Click on the photograph to view the exhibition gallery

 
 

Films Produced by Local Groups

  • Un-a-food-able
  • From the 2014 Film and Arts Festival. Watch the film here.

  • EAG - Justice Switch Off
  • From the 2014 Film and Arts Festival. Watch the film here.

  • Return of the Gogo
  • From the 2014 Film and Arts Festival. Watch the film here.

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