Street Talk advocates active citizenship through film. We work in the realm of changing perceptions and opening up windows into new ways of thinking. We strive to empower our viewers with the tools to make informed and educated decisions. Our films allow people to gain knowledge and understanding into the social, cultural and political issues affecting South Africa on a local and national stage. We use the broadcast media as a portal to engage with people, enabling them to participate in responsible change within their communities.
Since foundation in 2008, Street Talk has steadily expanded its reach and impact. We have produced over 179 episodes, 2 short-films, an internationally screened documentary and have more than 21,000 YouTube views. We broadcast via Cape Town TV, Bay TV, 1KZN TV and DSTV. We are currently filming our forth season of Street Talk and continue to be humbled, inspired and moved by the incredible stories we discover.
Street Talk is produced by ‘Street Stories Films’ a Non-Profit Organisation Reg No: 072-487 NPO, for donations please email : firstname.lastname@example.org
A talk with the StreetTalk Team
Turning the camera towards the people that are usually behind the scenes, Shiraaz Reddy from ‘A Better Place’ interviews some members from our team. Richard Mills (Co-founder of StreetTalk), Akhona Ndoloshe and Thembela Dick talk about what it takes to give our audience the engaging documentaries created. Zeal and drive form the foundation of what our film trainees find as important attributes to have while growth and development of filmmakers in the Cape Town film industry sets the blueprint of what Richard Mills and Jo Menell (Co-founder of StreetTalk) hope to accomplish in this year.
CATCH STREET TALK DOCUMENTARIES on Cape Town TV Monday-Friday @ 7:30 pm
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