Company - Be Phat Motel / Game 7 Films Producer - Asger Hussain / Yaron Schwartzman / Sean Drummond / Michael Matthews Co-Producer - Dylan Voogt Runtime - 116min
Director - Michael Matthews Screenwriter - Sean Drummond Cinematographer - Shaun Lee Production Design - Franz Lewis Costume Design - Pierre Vienings Editor - Daniel Mitchell 2nd Unit Cinematographer - Christian Denslow
Camera - Arri Alexa Lenses - Zeiss Ultra Primes
Twenty years ago, the young 'Five Fingers' fought for the rural town of Marseilles, against brutal police oppression. Now, after fleeing in disgrace, freedom-fighter-turned-'outlaw' Tau returns to Marseilles, seeking only a peaceful pastoral life. When he finds the town under new threat, he must reluctantly fight to free it. can he free himself from his past? Will the Five Fingers stand again?
Director - Natasja Fourie Producer - Kate Verity Wilson Screenwriter - Natasja Fourie/Robyn Pete Cinematographer - Shaun Lee Prod Designer - Boadicea Shouls Editor - Adam Biskupski
Camera - Arri Alexa Lenses - Zeiss Superspeeds
A London factory worker falls into a cycle of psychological trauma as he struggles to make any connection with the world at large.
Company - Be Phat Motel
Director - Michael Matthews Screenwriter - Sean Drummond Cinematographer - Shaun Lee Editor - Daniel Mitchell
Camera - Red One Lenses - Cooke S4
The official trailer for a 26 minute short film produced by The Be Phat Motel Film Company.
A retro-styled black and white genre-bender set against the backdrop of an escalating cold war, 'Sweetheart' sees a young housewife alone in a remote farmhouse when her family don’t return from a routine trip to town.
Company - Kode Media Service Company - Milk&Honey Films Producer - Jack Goodwin Service Producer - Sean Pritchard Runtime - 6 min
Director - Jabril Muse Screenwriter - Jabril Muse Cinematographer - Shaun Lee Prod Designer - Maike Hitzeroth Editor - Valentina Rizzuto Colourist - Jason R Moffat
Camera - Red Dragon Lenses - Cooke S4
TWO MANY DEGREES [DOC]
Client - The British High Commission Company - One World Sustainable Resources
Producer - Leigh Page Director - Bertrand Guillemot Cinematographer - Shaun Lee Editor - Daniel Mitchell
The first of three case studies forming part of a 26 minute documentary looking at the effects of climate change on human security in the SADEC region of Africa. Using water as the key driver, the doccie explores both individuals and communities affected by floods and drought; and the resulting affects of failed agriculture, forced migration as well as the inevitable health and social issues.
Commissioned by the British High Commission and screened in December 2009, at COP15, the United Nations Climate Change conference in Copenhagen, where the world's policy makers aimed to re-assess and improve on the Kyoto Agreement.
Company - Deepend Films
Director - Sean Drummond Producer - Paulene Abrey / Luaan Hong Cinematographer - Shaun Lee Editor - Daniel Mitchell
Camera - Red Epic Lenses - Zeiss Superspeeds
The trailer for a 45 minute documentary produced by Deepend Films.
Since his arrival on the South African art scene in the 1980’s, Beezy Bailey has consistently challenged, provoked and at times evoked the ire of the mainstream art world. In this film, for the first time, we peel back the layers around one of South Africa’s most colourful artists as he looks back at a career spanning 30 years.