In a distinguished career, Paul Yule has made more than 35 films on six continents, often on controversial political and social themes, several of which have won major awards, including an International Emmy (for Damned In The USA), a Royal Television Society Prize (The Basil D’Oliveira Conspiracy), Amnesty International Prize (Babitski’s War) and The Edward Morrow Prize (The House of War).
South African filmmaker Jo Menell is most well-known for the cult classic, Dick, which featured shots of 1000 penises accompanied by audio commentary from women. The nature of that film, however, belies a rich career in film and journalism that spans a 1981 Bob Marley documentary, the first post-apartheid documentary about Mandela in 1997, and the Street Talk television series, as well as relationships with key figures from the 20th Century. Born into a life of privilege,…
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