Academy for African Filmmakers: Lebogang Rasethaba, Director

By Ryan Deluchi

Welcome to the second session of the Academy for African Filmmakers 2016 featuring director, Lebogang Rasethaba as he talks about the power of filmmaking as a communication tool and how to approach your craft when first starting out.

As well as an experienced commercial director, Lebo has also directed music videos and has completed two feature documentaries, Future Sound of Msanzi, and Prisoner 46764: The Untold Legacy of Andrew Mlangeni, which have screened at several international festivals to great acclaim.

Watch the video above to find out more about his experiences in China and how he has developed his filmmaking voice.  Don’t forget to visit the to download a Unilever brief that could see you winning $5,000 (USD) plus get funding to bring your film to live and a directors fee. Not forgetting the chance to see your work broadcast.


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