MANDLA DUBE - South Africa
Solomon Mahlangu is a 19 years old activist, who is brutally beaten by the police during the 1976 Soweto uprisings. After he’s been into exile, he joined the Liberation Movement to fight against the brutal oppression of the Apartheid regime and ends up becoming an icon of South Africa's liberation.
Genre: Feature film
Duration: 107 minutes
Production year: 2016
Country: South Africa
Casting: THABO RAMETSI -THABO MALEMA WELILE NZUZA - JAFTA MAMABOLO
Script: MANDLA DUBE - LEON OTTO
DOP: TOMMY MADDOX-UPSHAW
Editing: CRAIG HAYES
Director: MANDLA DUBE
Production company: Phambili Media
Mandla Dube is a South-African screenwriter and director. KALUSHI is his first feature film as a director. Mandla’s diverse body of work includes documentaries, theatre, shorts and feature films. « Sobukwe: A Great Soul », on which he worked as a cinematographer, won SAFTA’s 2013 Best Film, Editing, Directing.