Gillian Schutte and Sipho Singiswa are both filmmakers, social justice activists and creatives.
They met in 1997 at a friend’s wedding and after a tumultuous few years they had their baby boy Kai. In 2004 they began to make films about South Africa from a personal point of view and turned the camera on themselves and their families. Through this lens they explored various aspects of the historical, social and political aspects of a democratic South Africa – taking their cameras on road trips, into family homes in the townships and into white suburbia.
The result has been a collection of quirky, hard-hitting and always entertaining documentaries. They make you laugh, cry and get outraged along with their own honest and reality based format.
This site will take you into their world and the world of South African society. It is a journey that challenges, exposes and engages the audience – always inspiring debate and conversation.
It is a world of cultural diversity.