2008 Films

Click on the links below to view the films made for Nab’Ubomi 2008:

MY REFLECTION written and directed by Nobuntu Mangqalaza of Walmer High School, Port Elizabeth District: Living vicariously is a tricky business. Buhle was living her mother’s dreams, until she discovered her own.

YOUR LOVE MY FREEDOM written and directed by Linjalo Njaba of Mida English Medium School, Idutywa District: She paid a great price to show him humanity.

EDUCATION THE EYE OPENER written and directed by Mongezi Khofana of Nongeke Senior Secondary School, Bizana District: A selfless act of forgiveness reaps lifelong rewards.

DEATH BY TONGUE written and directed by Noeraan Madatt of Victoria Park High School, Port Elizabeth District: Rumour has it there’s a snitch in school.

LISTEN written and directed by Laura Besch of Theodor Herzl High School, Port Elizabeth District: Shhh… Can you hear them? A hesitation… a misplaced word… there’s more than meets the ear.

REPLAY FOR A BETTER DAY written and directed by Sipho Hlongwana of Lady Grey Arts Academy, Sterkspruit District: A past with the power to haunt or heal.

GENERATIONAL CURSE written and directed by Yandisa Majola of Bulelani Senior Secondary School, Queenstown District: Can one inherit more than looks? Vuyo has his grandfather’s eyes, hands…  and a lawless streak.

CHANGES written and directed by Mbasa Tsetsane of Selborne College, East London District: Making the right choice may not be easy but living a lie is even harder.

HARVEST WHAT YOU PLANTED written and directed by Bulumko Dukada of Uviwe Senior Secondary School, East London District:“What goes around comes around.” If only Mandilakhe had paid attention when that advice was handed out.

A FISH CALLED PUMZA written and directed by Emma Mostert of Clarendon High School for Girls, East London District: Who says a coconut doesn’t belong in the fruit basket?

BEYOND THE FACE written and directed by Zizipho Ngetu of Nompumelelo High School, Queenstown District: Who you fall for is relative. VJ and Jesse were like night and day so who would’ve thought they were peas in a pod?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *