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THE GUGULETU SEVEN

On March 3, 1986, seven young men are killed in an ambush by police in the suburb of Guguletu, Cape Town. Police pleaded that they were ‘terrorists’ and were so heavily-armed that arrest was impossible, They say that they had no option but to kill them all. A witness, however, sees a man shot with his hands up in the act of surrendering. This fact led to the extraordinary unravelling of the real truth ten years later by investigators of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission. The journey of this film is as gripping and shocking as any detective story – and unfolds in that genre. The event distils a period when South Africa was chillingly close to a major civil war. Its universal message reveals with shocking reality what happens when power corrupts political systems and assassinates its opponents.

Date: 2000, Length: 107 mins, Colour/Black&White:  Colour

 

Awards

NTVA Gold Stone Award (2000) Cape Town
NTVA Avanti National Documentary Award (2001)
South Africa Silver Dhow Award Zanzibar (2002)
Runner-up, Grierson Awards, International Section, UK, (2003)

Broadcasts

South Africa: SABC on Youth Day on June 16th: 2001/2004/2005
Portugal (2001)
Australia: SBS (2002)
UK: BBC 4 (2002) & BBC 2 (2004)
The History Channel (Satellite) (2005)

Credits

Director:  WILSON, Lindy
Production Company:  Lindy Wilson Productions
Funded By:  Kellogg
Producer:  WILSON, Lindy
Photography:  BESTALL, Clifford
Photography:  AUKEMA, Dewald
Stills Photography:  GOOL, Benny
Editor:  MEYBURGH, Catherine
On-Line Editor:  DICKS, Mike
Music:  MILLER, Philip
Sound Recording:  RICE, Simon
Sound Recording:  BENSUSAN, Tony
Sound Recording:  DUNN, Sebastian
Voice-Over:  KHOHLOKOANE, Nanoc
Final Mix:  SCHUBEL, Wilbert
Archives:  South African Broadcasting Corporation
Archives:  DOXA
Archives:  Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Thanks to:  MOLEBATSI, George