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Members of the Pan Africanist Congress
In 1970, members of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) formed a film collective with film students from London and made the documentary Phela-ndaba about the effects of apartheid in South Africa. Because of the severity of the legal situation there, they shot the film in secret and smuggled it out of the country in order to finish it in the UK. The members of the collective were Antonia Caccia, Chris Curling, Simon Louvish, Nelson 'Nana' Mahomo, Vus Make and Rakhetla Tsehlana.
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2020