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HALAQAH PRODUCTION


MOTHERLAND (2010)


Motherland (Enat Hager) is the most powerful documentary on Africa. Fusing history, culture, politics, and contemporary issues, Motherland sweeps across Africa to tell a new story of a dynamic continent. From the glory and majesty of Africa's past through its complex and present history. Motherland looks unflinchingly toward a positive Pan-African future. With breathtaking cinematography and a fluid soundtrack sculpted by Sona Jobarteh, Motherland is a beautiful illustration of global African diversity and unity.

500 YEARS LATER (2005)


Multi-award winning critically acclaimed benchmark film. 5 international awards including a special prize from UNESCO. 500 Years Later is a compelling journey, infused with the spirit and music of liberation, that chronicles the struggle of a people from enslavement who continue to fight for the most essential human right - freedom. 500 Years Later , is an epic multi-award winning documentary.

OUR STORY OUR VOICE (2007)


Our Story, Our Voice is an explosive, unapologetic and unflinching look into the new global crisis and its impact upon the oppressed world. In an age where multinational companies, states sponsor terrorism, democracy is imposed, and monoculturalism functions as unwritten law, Our Story, Our Voice transforms what were once isolated whispers into unified, worldwide screams.

STILL MY HOME (2012)


Kwa Mashu is Durban's oldest township born out a the of force removal of Africans from Cator Manor by the racist Apartheid government. Through the brutality of the political violence, economic Apartheid and poverty Kwa Mashu has risen to the challenge to produce some of South Africa's greats. This is a vivid documentary about the people who still call Kwa Mashu their home..

SAND SIGNS (Advert)


Using the latest HD filming technology this short advert was filming in two hours for an upcoming short documentary on the people of South Africa who make a living by carving their art in the sand. An endangered industry which is neglected by the tourist industry and now is dying.


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