Director: Garon Campbell
Writer: Danielle Erasmus
Producer: Raeesah Essop
Cinematographer: Garret Richardson
Editor: Tanille Retief
Isaac and Thandani are alone and struggling to survive off the streets of Johannesburg. Isaac desperately wants his son to get an education but with a growing lack of respect for his father, Thandani wants only to ignore and defy him. With no money and a palpable coldness between them, Isaac must prove himself as a man and a father.
WRITER- DANIELLE ERASMUS
Danielle Erasmus graduated with Honours from AFDA Film School Johannesburg, South Africa in 2010. Despite being a fledgling, untrained writer (for she was in fact trained in music composition) she received an award for best writing in an AFDA Honours film in 2010 as well as a special mention at the Seattle international film festival for best writing in 2011. Although technically untrained, Danielle has a passion for story telling and has already begun developing ideas for feature films scripts.
DIRECTOR- GARON CAMPBELL
Garon Campbell graduated with Honours from AFDA Film School Johannesburg, South Africa in 2010. In the same year his short film 'Umkhumbi Wethu' received numerous AFDA awards including Best Picture. His 2009 short film 'Vryheid' was also nominated for many AFDA awards and was well received by a number of International Student Film Festivals. His love and passion for film continues to grow with inspiration always on his horizon.