A giant black leopard whose entire personality was changed when he communicated with the amazing animal-whisperer Anna Breytenbach in The Foster Brothers’ latest film The Animal Communicator brought The Brothers’ work to the hearts, and minds, of a whole new audience around the world.
Two of South Africa’s leading documentary filmmakers, The Foster Brothers, Craig and Damon, have been producing films that examine the relationship between humanity and nature, focussing particularly on the understanding of Africa’s indigenous heritage. Diviners, healers and hunters openly share their wisdom with the brothers, creating unique film experiences that give audiences an intense insight into the natural and cultural tapestries of the continent.
The Foster Brothers’ feature-length documentary films have garnered 50 international awards between them.
SENSE AFRICA film festival runs at the Labia, Orange Street
16-22 February 2015
Tickets R40, except the closing night SEA CHANGE which is R80 – includes complimentary glass of wine from 5.30pm.
Booking is advised by calling the Labia 021 424 5927 or through Computicket – sales for the fest will open about 11 Feb.
Fri 20 Feb
6.15pm: The Great Dance
Sat 21 Feb
4pm: Dragon Double Bill
6.30pm: Nature of Life
Sun 22 Feb
4pm: Africa Unbottled
6.30pm: Sea Change