We chat with director Lebogang Rasethaba on the essence of time, learning from his 2016 film ‘The People Vs. The Rainbow Nation’ and new work.
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Lebogang Rasethaba and MTV collaborate on anticipated upcoming doccie ‘The People vs The Patriarchy’. We chat to the director.
This week on Creative Cool we’re watching documentaries, visiting a new market and listening to Penny Siopis talking about contemporary painting.
A Kyle Lewis-directed short for Nike, ‘Unlimited Fight’ pays homage to Caster Semenya, and all female athletes who are determined to succeed.
This week in Joburg there’s no shortage of creative events to keep you busy and the winter blues away. From femme DJ parties to exhibition openings, visiting UK electro act Darkstar, film screenings and more!
Lebogang Rasethaba speaks on the filming and future of his new film, which dismantles the notion of South Africa as a ‘rainbow nation’.
This timely documentary provides insights into South Africa’s recent student led protests and the vital nationwide conversations they’ve sparked.
1 cleft lip correction surgery = 1 half of a soccer game. Y&R and Lebogang Rasethaba illustrate this in a documentary series for #Operation45.
The biggest and the best, the controversial and the playful, these are the stories that make up our 2015 highlights.
Now that we’ve heard Cell C’s catchy ‘Mega Data’ and ‘Mega Bonus’ tunes on the radio, they’ve been translated into two music video-esque ads by Lebogang Rasethaba.
An energetic group of pantsula dancers flirt with the controlled sophistication of a black-tie orchestra in the music video for ‘In The Castle Of My Skin’.
Castle Lite teamed up with Stilo Magolide and Say Thank You on ‘Ziyabanda’, a first track recorded at sub-zero temparatures.
Glenfiddich knows a thing or two about being at the top of their game. A series of interviews, articles and video conversations on Between 10and5 identifies 7 forward thinkers in art and culture to discuss their careers and breakthrough moments. First up we’re introducing filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba.
Glenfiddich explores success and what this elusive but aspirational notion holds for creative mavericks.
A film by Lebogang Rasethaba takes us inside Johannesburg’s deep-rooted electronic music scene to highlight the relationship between dance culture and music culture in South Africa.