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Angus Gibson & Miguel Salazar
Angus Gibson, one of South Africa’s premier documentary filmmakers, is a founding member of Free Filmmakers, a film co-operative established in 1985 to create a relevant South African cinema. Since 1983, when he created his first television drama, he has produced, directed, and co-written numerous highly-acclaimed and internationally award-winning documentary series and TV dramas for British and South African television, including the Heartlines series, Yizo Yizo, and Soweto, a History.

He co-directed the Oscar-nominated authorized biography, Mandela. His diverse media projects, which include audio-visual contributions to the Apartheid Museum and the Hecter Pieterson Museum, have been influential in the anti-apartheid movement.

Miguel Salazar works as a director, producer, and director of photography. He received an MFA from the NYU Graduate Film Program. He produced and directed the short film Martillo (Hammer) which won the Prize for Best Short Fiction Film at the 35th Kyiv Film Festival Molodist in Ukraine and at the 45th Cartagena International Film Festival in Colombia. He co-produced and co-directed The Battle of Silence, a short documentary about impunity in crimes against journalists in Latin America for the Inter American Press Association.

He was also a co-producer of Un Tigre de Papel directed by Luis Ospina, winner of the National Documentary Prize in 2007. His latest film Stolen Land, a feature length documentary that he co-produced and co-directed received support from the Sundance Documentary Fund and won the Prize for Best Documentary from the South in the 32nd Havana Film Festival. Salazar is the author of two photography books Panoramic Colombia and Colombia 360º published by Villegas Editores.



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