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LOOPED PICTURES Mark Haines, Jaco van Bosch and Kyllian Roux. Director: Nadiya Jooma, Jaco van Bosch.
Being referred to as a "Karen" is a term reserved for a stereotyped character in society who is epitomised as "a middle-aged white woman with an asymmetrical bob asking to speak to the manager, who happens to be as entitled as she is ignorant". The term is problematic but gets a playful send up in The Birth of a Karen, as a "Karen" gets her daughter to face up to a delivery guy who's just trying to do his job. When they unbox the product and it's broken, a comical scenario ensues as a Karen-in-training takes the wheel. This zippy short film features Laré Birk as Mom and captures the fun through its upbeat performances and lively banter, turning a typical suburban situation into a spunky representation of a voiceless "Karen" and her protégé.
Stephen Aspeling, better known as Spling, has been featuring, reviewing, presenting, promoting and adjudicating films for websites, radio stations, magazines, newspapers, TV shows, festivals and events since 2007. Having presented 450+ episodes of Taking Movies for Fine Music Radio, featured 650+ reviews for 2Oceansvibe and curated SPL!NG for 15 years, audiences and filmmakers have come to trust his keen insights when it comes to reviewing and the filmmaking process. http://www.splingmovies.com | http://www.reviewmyscript.com
André Pretorius is a South African director, screenwriter and producer. He studied acting and directing in Pretoria and is the co-owner of Praetorian Productions which produces films and music videos.
Béanca Pretorius completed her studies in Motion Picture Production at Tshwane University of Technology in 2012. She is an experienced Producer, Videographer, Editor, Script editor and Concept development consultant and co-owner of Praetorian Productions.
The AfterLife Festival is an extension of SUPP.FILM - an online streaming platform and mobile app created to provide filmmakers with a means to showcase their productions, get exposure and earn some revenue through views.
It is the celebration of all of the best submissions and the purpose is to give credit to those especially talented filmmakers. AfterLIfe is a all-year festival as we accept entries at any time with monthly winners which claim the 'Featured Film' award. These winners then go on to be nominations for Film of the Year.
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