Pumlani Veto (born August 9, 1989) a South African film and television Director / Producer / Video Editor. Credits range from Television’s Girl Fight e.tv (produced through Big Fish and Little Pond productions and received an Achievement in Documentary award at the Silicone Valley African Film Festival in California) to short and long form documentary films; Pieces of Meaning, Wives of Miya (nomination at the Golden Panda film festival in China), Surf the Past and Zulu Masala. Pumlani Veto was born in Port Elizabeth, and started her Directing and Producing career in 2007 for Nab’Ubomi Film Competition in Port Elizabeth, proceeded to study at Big Fish School of Digital Filmmaking in 2009 and Majored in Directing and Editing. Currently working as a freelance Editor for Connect TV and eNews Channel (ENCA).
Pumlani will attend Q&As at the screenings of the short film, Village Harmonies – A Story From Keiskamma Music Academy, appearing in the following compilations: South/African Shorts 2.