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Behind the Lens: Zim Film Industry Focus
Africa Day . . . y t i n U r o f s t r A
THE POWER OF WILL A company hatched with the power of will, through hard work and determination has released its first feature film Moonlight
THE BULAWAYO SHOW Taking animation and making it relevant, funny reflecting our society.
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INTRO JUNE 2014 Issue: Our issue takes a look at the Film industry in Zimbabwe how creative individuals are rising to the challenge and developing their artist expressions. We showcase animators, film producers, editors, directors all developing amazing works that are making waves in the local market and developing new audiences that some industry leaders thought did not exist in Zimbabwe. Looking at those who look through the lens and see opportunity and untold stories that we all would like to listen to, watch and enjoy. Photography by Mgcini Nyoni
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Our June issue features inspiring creative works and profiles ‘The Bulawayo Show’ a comedy animation that has got Zimbabwe laughing in tears at the societal issues it highlights. Kwantuthu Arts also has, Trev Ncube, Vusi Blaqs and King Krude film industry players and we ask how the road to success is.?. Also looking rEBEL fILM pRODUCTION that used creativity and shear will power to make a feature film that is making waves in Zimbabwe. As usual we give some start-up tips and how one can navigate the business sector and deal with all it has to offer. Enjoy our June 2014 issue.
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BEHIND THE LENS
20 TABLE OF CONTENTS THE BULAWAYO
SHOW taking animation and making it relevant, funny reflecting our society, Brucik Lungovich
Six tips of how to get your start-up moving and navigate the business world.
POEM: WHERE ARE
You all? A poem of introspection, creativity, imagination, life and living.
A company hatched with the power of will, hrough hard work and determination has released its first feature film
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WHERE ARE YOU ALL? I Rove the Entire COSMOS I Glide through it ALL. I, The Surge of Endless Possibilities, Come to ALL, Claim ALL, In LOVE with ME – to Cruise With ME on a Voyage of Discovery. I AM the Tender Innocence of an Infant’s Happy Smile, Full Fed. I AM the Gentle fluff of a Flower’s Pollen grazing the nose of a Bee. I AM the Endless Creative Ceaseless, Come to Call You on an Expedition of Effortless Progress. I Call You to Hug, Kiss, and Caress ALL EXISTING – EVER EXISTING. To LOVE and Cherish The COSMOS. It is YOUR HOME. Where are You ALL in READINESS? Where are YOU Who Venerate Above ALL – LOVE and BOUNDLESS CREATIVITY? In ALL Time? I n ALL Circumstance? In ALL EXISTANCE? I Sail Across and Through It ALL I Call upon YOU ALL. I Cascade Through Time and Being. I Glow and Beam My Essence Every Where
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ALWAYS – SEEKING YOU. I Float, Timeless, Boundless, Transcendant of ALL Barriers, Vapourising ALL REGRESSION and SUFFERING. Return to SOURCE. Return to ME Head My Melody Teasing YOU HOME. WHERE ARE YOU ALL?
Poem Written By Bhekilizwe Dube email@example.com +263 779 547 890
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AFRICA DAY commemorating the African continents annual day of unity signed in 1963 in Ethopia, Addis Ababa May 25 starting the Organisation of African Unity (O.A.U.) Kwantuthu Arts Magazine with Bulawayo residents on the 24th of May 2014 saw the Africa day concert take place in Bulawayo, the concert was to commemorate the African continents annual day of unity signed in 1963 in Ethopia, Addis Ababa May 25 starting the Organisation of African Unity (O.A.U.). The signing was done by 32 nations and Organisation of African Unity changed its name to the African Union in 2002.
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In the same fashion Bulawayo took to celebrate the unity of the African nations through a concert featuring Jeys Marabini, Willis Watafi Africa, The Outfit, Bozoe, Djembe Monks, Alaina, Thandi Dlana, LukeDeLuks and The Drummers. The concert was held under the theme “Relinking communities through music”, the celebration of freedoms of expression and using music to connect communities and Africa as a whole.
he artists took to the stage and amazed crowds that attended with wonderful music performances that saw attendants enjoy the Africa day commemoration. Experience the event in photos taken by Mgcini Nyoni.
Willis Watafi Africa live onStage
Jeys Marabini live onStage
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Cloths by: Shades O Gray Photography (Le Cyril Photography)
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Kwantuthu Arts got hold of King Krude the multi-talented King Krude a hit making music producer has out done the current trend and shoot a video for MC Tytoh which has got all music lovers in the country talking of the new standard that he has set for Zimbabwe and Bulawayo artists. The next person on our list was Trev Ncube, or Trey as he is known in showbiz circles, is an articulate young Zimbabwean film school graduate who majored in motion picture in cinematography at the famous South African film training mecca AFDA. Also Vusa Blaqs Mzila Hlatshwayo a multi-talented Illustrator, Animator and Film Editor who has worked on numerous projects all over the country. The Film industry in other countries contributes to nations GDP’s and provides employment to a vast number of individuals and is very vibrant. The Nigerian film industry is worth NGN853.9 billion (US$5.1 billion) as at 2014 and produces hundreds of home videos and films per annum. Nigerian cinema is Africa’s largest movie industry in terms value and the number of movies produced per year. With such amounts of capitalisation this industry employs a huge amount of people also Kwantuthu Arts looked at the South Africa has a vibrant, growing film industry that is growing in reputation and is competitive internationally. The jewel in the industry’s crown is Tsotsi, Gavin Hood’s gritty drama about a young gangster in Soweto, near Johannesburg, which won an Academy Award for best foreign language film in 2006.
Behind the Lens: Zim
Film Industry Focus
Kwntuthu Arts magazine takes a look at the local film industry and calls three industry players how are Directors, Producers and Film Editors to talk how the local Zimbabwean Film Industry is developing whether it is vibrant, if it is easy to enter the industry and how they view or measure success. 14 Kwantuthu Magazine June 2014
Vusa Blaqs Mzila Hlatshwayo How vibrant is our local film industry?
Our film industry has great potential. I think we have quite a number of highly skilled individuals and amazing creative’s. I liken it to a volcano that is about to erupt. Everyday I’m humbled by the products I see from creative’s based in this city it is amazing, but the downside is I haven’t seen enough corporate participation in our sector, which is essential, if we are to call it an industry in every sense.
How can aspirants enter this industry?
Technology has certainly made it relatively ‘easy’ for aspiring filmmakers to get their feet wet. What with cameras becoming cheaper and tutorials all over YouTube, but mark the way I said ‘easy’, because nothing in essence is easy, it’s the starting up that is easy, staying the game is a different story. I hope it makes sense
How do you measure success?
Success for me is not the ultimate goal. My goal is ‘significance’. That is my name being synonymous with the industry, just as CocaCola to beverages, Benz to Luxury cars etc. But all that has levels, right now I’m happy if a client says ‘Yes let’s do it” Because that is where the magic begin
King Krude How vibrant is our local film industry?
Firstly I don’t know if we can call it an industry as yet, because we do not seem have the marketing and distribution aspect of the industry in check. We have products, many of them but no profitable avenues for distribution. So, to answer your question, the industry is as vibrant as a dead peacock. We are growing that what I can say. It’s taking time to take off because of many factors that include the economy and policy makers but eventually we will overcome, I am sure of that because the talent and skill is there.
How can aspirants enter this industry?
Anyone who has the drive to enter the film industry can, but it depends on, I’m what capacity are you coming in as...the industry has many facets that comprise of the technological and commercial institutions of filmmaking, i.e., film production companies, film studios, cinematography, film production, screenwriting, pre-production, post production, film festivals, distribution; and actors, film directors and other film crew personnel....with that in mind, not everyone who can hold a camera is a cameraman, not everyone who can write is a script writer, no everyone with Vegas Pro or adobe premiere on their laptop is a film editor, it takes knowledge, skill, talent and putting in lots of work to be a recognisable part of the industry.
How do you measure success?
I measure success by your ability to make your work put food on your table, it doesn’t matter how many people your products have reached, if that doesn’t translate to money, then that is a waste of time and energy, personally, I’m not your philanthropist donating my works, so I NEED to get paid for everything that I do. My family needs to eat. I need to be able to expand, buy equipment and invest in stock or something like that for the future of my son, but if I am getting loads of air play and my products are all over the place, I am popular but no money in the bank, then that’s all in futility. Fame doesn’t pay the bills. No money no success...that’s my word. June 2014 Kwantuthu Magazine
How do you measure success? Look for me as Film producer box office hits and DVD sales play a fundamental role in measuring success in our industry as far as the financial bottom line is concerned however from an idealistic point of view I think ultimately success must be measured in terms of influence. What do I mean by influence? Almost every one of us has watched a film or TV show that changed our perception of life that invoked a paradigm shift that inspired or challenged us to do better, become better at whatever it is we aspired to be. So in terms people who have your films changed? In terms of culture what has your film changed? I think for me those are the questions that matter because ultimately the films we tend to remember or regard as memorable are the ones that tackled social, cultural issues in an entertaining as well as dramatic manner. So for me above other key factors such as money I believe the ability to influence and collectively inspire people
Trev Ncube How vibrant is our local film industry? Well the local film industry has been in comatose for quiet sometime now and only now are we beginning to see flickers of life in the industry because local film makers are starting to take initiatives in terms sourcing their own funds to finance and market their films.
How can aspirants enter this industry? By entering on a “wing and a prayer” just playing, no but real talk aspirants need to understand that the film business is not for the faint hearted that they need to prepare themselves mentally, spiritually, financially for the sort of sacrifices required to succeed in this industry. So preparation is key, meaning you can either do research online or at public libraries on how film works, intern at film/ television production company or enrol at a film school. For example when i decided film was what i wanted to pursue in terms of a career I first interned at a local production company, then two years later enrolled into one of the finest Film schools in Africa which opened up my mind to how the film industry works in general thus making my entrance easier. 16 Kwantuthu Magazine June 2014
our perception of life that invoked a paradigm shift that inspired or challenged us to do better, become better at whatever it is we aspired to be. So in terms people who have your films changed? In terms of culture what has your film changed? I think for me those are the questions that matter because ultimately the films we tend to remember or regard as memorable are the ones that tackled social, cultural issues in an entertaining as well as dramatic manner. So for me above other key factors such as money I believe the ability to influence and collectively inspire people for the better should be how we measure success. Kwnatuthu Arts Magazine sees the number of talented Zimbabweans working in the leading film industries in Africa and the world and hopes to see Zimbabwean films make waves and current industry players get their recognition also seeing the growth of the Industry.
Taking animation and making it relevant, funny reflecting our society, Brucik Lungovich the brains behind the hit animation show ‘The Bulawayo Show’ that has gone viral is a Film maker of note. Kwnatuthu Arts managed to catch up with the creative behind the amazing show. Kwantuthu Arts asked Brucik what his background is and this is what he had to say ‘ I am a medical student studying in Russia currently in Bulawayo on academic leave.’ The charismatic man who is 31 years old, in a relationship now and not yet married said he loves his work and when he is not animating he is playing Playstation watching Sci-fi movies and series shows.
What Is your Creative Process?
I am inspired by the possibilities of animation, the fact that I create anything from nothing. I can create whatever idea I have and share it with everyone else. There is a certain feeling that comes with the ability to animate. It makes one believe in the impossible.
People find the ‘The Bulawayo Show’ comedy hilarious.
Trying out new things has proved very helpful in creativity, first an idea, then the plan to implement the idea. The plan involves scripts, voices choreography, 3d physic manipulation, texture and colours. I have to see the final product in my mind even if it’s just an idea. 18 Kwantuthu Magazine June 2014
What is your inspiration?
What would you say The Bulawayo Show has achieved what you intended it to?
First of all this all artists want their works to be seen by an audience. The Bulawayo Show has been seen by many and
the proof is on our page facebook.com.
Secondly, as this a comedy show so people have to laugh. People find the ‘The Bulawayo Show’ comedy hilarious. Lastly, as this is The Bulawayo Show’, all people in Bulawayo have to identify themselves or at least part of their lives with the show. The Bulawayo feeling is there and will continue to be. So I say yes the ‘The Bulawayo Show’ achieved what I intended it to.
I am inspired by the possibilities of animation, the fact that I create anything from nothing. I can create whatever idea
Any new projects we are to look out for?
Yes we are releasing DVD’s and T shirts for The Bulawayo Show but off and online. I have done, TV adverts for a number of companies. Unfortunately I can’t disclose their names for now. We will soon announce the dates when The Bulawayo Show will hit the local cinemas.
What would you say to those who would like to follow in your footsteps? When going into animation, be prepared to change your lifestyle, to spend most of your life in front of the computer, to live not only in the physical world but on social sites too, to interact with other animators especially on the internet Watch many cartoons and always try to picture how you would make one of your own.
The plan involves scripts, voices choreography, 3d physic manipulation, texture and colours.
Kwantuthu Arts celebrates the works of The Bulawayo Show and cannot wait for the new developments in the local film industry.
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MOONLIGHT CROSS LOCAL MOVIE RELEASE
PHOTOGRAPH : Fugitest Agfhelo lpoot
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FILM NEWS Rebelling against the norm of individually producing movies in Zimbabwe, Bulawayo producers Mhle Nzima, Gani Phiri and Percy Soko have banded together to produce “Moonlight Cross”, a game-changing movie which premierd on Saturday 10 May 2014.
Using the allure of human curiosity about the unknown, the producers ventured into a world of fantasy and the supernatural, daringly tackling a genre which most, if not all local filmmakers are scared to attempt. “Moonlight Cross” is about a boy who is raised from the dead as a slave to a powerful family of witches. His quest to free his soul from bondage
is wrought with horror, thrills, love, loss and sacrifice as he desperately tries to reconnect with his past. Cast and filmed in Bulawayo within the course of a month (February 2014), “Moonlight Cross” boasts a stellar cast including a special guest appearance by popular TV personality Nyasha “Diva” Mtamangira as well as seasoned actresses Xanier Dhlomo and Pride Mpofu among talented newcomers Nigel Tom, Faith Mabutho, Ryan Young and Leroy Ndlovu among others.
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This move to promote equal opportunity for all resulted in the most diverse cast imaginable, in which the producers made a point to mostly cast fresh blood among a few veterans to mentor and inspire them. This was also in a move to groom new talent in order to sustain the industry. The wide-eyed newcomers were learning by doing and as the wise have always said; “experience is the best teacher”.
With audiences entertained by a talented cast presenting a fresh and unique Zimbabwean movie, the platform was set for the producers to deliver wittily interwoven constructive messages tackling hard-hitting social and psychological issues. Their goal was to show and not tell, as through watching the movie’s characters struggle through their respective arcs, audiences would read between the lines and see the errors of their ways, thus building a better society for everyone. “Moonlight Cross” took a daring leap in genre choice to change the course of local film production which audiences felt played it safe by continuously circling in the romantic drama and/or comedy rings. The producers took this as a challenge since they felt this notion was the very thing keeping the general public disinterested in local films, thereby stifling the market and investor confidence, in turn keeping the film industry from expanding.
Combining efforts to produce a movie as three creatively diverse minds was a leap of faith on its own, however the producers’ similar intent and objective drove the production forward, bringing to life a movie unlike any other before it. “Moonlight Cross” wittily tackles themes of mental and emotional slavery; forcing one’s child down a path they are unwilling to take; living in an abusive and obsessive household; as well as the grief of losing a loved one, as told through the supernatural experiences of four teenagers on the fence of adulthood. Through tackling these hard-hitting issues with the very locally topical issue of witchcraft as the main backdrop, “Moonlight Cross” intends to deliver a message of hope and salvation through love in a world filled with pain, suffering and imperfection.
MOONLIGHT CROSS LOCAL MOVIE
Challenging their perceived flaws of the movie industry where only a privileged and/or connected few can break into the business, the producers decided to take their auditions to the people, holding them in the city centre as well as in the ghetto where most hopefuls might have otherwise never heard about the production.
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Bulawayo producers Mhle Nzima, Gani Phiri and Percy Soko have banded together to produce “ Moonlight Cross” ...“Moonlight Cross” took a daring leap in genre choice to change the course of local film production which audiences felt played it safe... June 2014 Kwantuthu Magazine
pOWER oF wILL A company hatched with the power of will, through hard work and determination has released its first feature film Moonlight Cross. Working on more productions and getting a standing ovation at their Bulawayo premier of the movie on the 10th of May 2014 Kwantuthu Arts managed to meet with the producers and get an interview.
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What was the thought process in the conception of the film?
What is the name of your production house?
We had no film industry experience or background and wanted to work on a good local Zimbabwean film and make it a success by doing what the international film production houses do which is a red carpet movie launch and in the process revive Zimbabwe’s film industry. In terms of funding we did not to ask for funding for this feature film as is the norm with all Zimbabwean productions, with or without funding we were going to make our film. Our aim is to bring back local film confidence within the local market, rise up the quality of Zimbabwean film productions and take it up a notch also introducing in new blood new talented actors and production staff.
rEBEL fILM pRODUCTIONS, our name is inspired by what we did to make our first film and going against the flow, rebelling and charting a new course in local Zimbabwean film production. That is why it is also written in an unorthodox way of first letter small caps and the rest in capital letters.
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How did you guys meet up to start this Production Company? It is actually a funny story; we met up as friends at the art gallery and through a discussion of how boring and nonexistent the local film industry was. Movies were released at local open street markets, no premiers, launches, press releases the public did not
even know if the productions are local or not. Quality and concepts were not fully explored and list goes on so through this discussion the idea came up and we decided to make a movie through self funding. We can really say “an act of God.”
How did rEBEL PRODUCTIONS select the production team? With our limited knowledge of film we divided amongst each other roles based on knowledge of what we thought the film would need take for example one of us used his contacts in fashion to get us a wardrobe, etc. We negotiated with all interested parties and got donations in form of venues and people often do not ask for help but we did and were surprised at the over whelming
the infatuated daughter of his enslavers, into helping him meet the only person he remembers for clues on his past; his old love Linda. Linda has however just recovered from the trauma of feeling responsible for Cross’s death and his reappearance as a living corpse sends her down a long spiral of denial and resistance. Cross and Linda’s reunion is made all the more difficult by the appearance of Richard, a drunken young man obsessed with unmasking the Zara family’s practice of witchcraft after they killed his father. Richard’s brother Grant is coincidentally Linda’s new classmate and he quickly falls for her as they bond over their traumatic lives while the un-dead Cross continues his struggle to reach Linda. Forced into high alert by Richard’s persistence, the Zara family’s witches ultimately go for blood, intent on destroying all threats to their secret at once, including Linda, Grant, Richard, and the weak spirit of their initiate daughter, Gciniwe. Through every obstacle, emotional high and low, one thing remains constant, Cross’s undying love for Linda and his determination to reunite with her, which in the end earns him the
RODUCTIONS responses we got in aid of the production of the film. Lastly the script was the key to making it a success all who read it were intrigued wished to see it released as a film.
What is the key idea behind the Film? We believe there are a lot of Zimbabwean stories, myths and legends that are a vast amount of unexplored content like witchcraft, sorcery, goblins and all set in urban modern society. Urban legends have been also used in big and international film industries such as Hollywood we have Harry Potter the trilogy and so many more. So we took this concept and made it our idea then worked around local Zimbabwean concepts that we thought all could relate to and tried to make the story that came out nice and interesting.
Rebel Film Productions
Producers Mhle Nzima
Gani Phiri; Percy Soko;
Main Cast Nigel Tom; Pride Mpofu; Xanier Dlomo; FaithMabutho; Ryan Young Running Time
Approx. 75 minutes
Language(s) English; Ndebele; Shona (English subtitles) What was your naming concept of Moonlight Cross? Cross is the lead character of our film and we used the moonlight an essential element in the film to harness the mystic and supernatural power used by our witches in the movie. Thus the name was a mix of the two and Moonlight Cross came out.
Production Date February 23 2014 - March 31 2014 Release Date
Target Audience Family
BASIC STORY The story is a fantasy-romance about a dead, arrogant 19-year-old hunk known only as Cross, who is brought back to life as a goblinslave to the secretive Zara family and must uncover his past in hopes of freeing his tormented soul from bondage. He tricks Gciniwe, June 2014 Kwantuthu Magazine
RESOURCE The journey of starting up your own business is one of the toughest processes , as if the process isn’t hard enough on its own, throw in a deteriorating economy, rising inflation, living costs rising through the roof and a market that is trying its hardest to merely keep its head above. The process of making the decision to start your own business and getting it off the ground to the point where you earn revenue is huge. Here are some tips and pointers to assist you on your journey to Start-Up Success:-
Mistakes are Important There are going to be many mistakes. We all make them again and again. Learn from them. Learn from what went wrong and don’t make the same mistake again. Rather make mistakes from trying something than to not do anything at all.
Identify what works If something is working, do more of it. Not blindly of course, but identify the process or reasons why it worked and use that information to build on it.
Keep Track of Achievements We don’t track achievement we take the successes and wins in our stride and focus on the challenges. With each step of the way each achievement is a process as most businesses have problems to take time to celebrate achievement is a good motivator for each entrepreneur and his or her team.
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Believe in Yourself You can and will do it. Never doubt that. Back yourself over and over and it will become a reality.
Control how you react in the event of Challenges Orders will shrink and grow, Contracts can be canceled and new markets will open up. Don’t expend your energy and focus on what has happened or went wrong. It has happened. Accept it. Now, how will you react or deal with it? Does it create a new opportunity? Do you have to scale back? Put reality on the table and move see what the new situation can be used to the development of your business.
Success at every Step Success is relative. What is a deal of a lifetime for one person could seem very small to someone else. It doesn’t matter. Only you will know what success means to you and you know what? Make it a big thing. It is in our nature to down play progress but do take time to see growth and progress to your ultimate goal. Believe in yourself no matter what You can and will do it. Never doubt that. Back yourself over and over and it will become a habit!
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JUNE 2014 Issue: Our issue takes a look at the Film industry in Zimbabwe how creative individuals are rising to the challenge and developing...