Street Talk Film Series

Street Talk TV produces 15 minute documentaries which reflect human experience and feelings on the issues and challenges of our time and society which are broadcast on Community Television and DSTV.

Street Talk is an innovative documentary series that present uninhibited conversation between participants in discussion groups in a spontaneous way so that the viewer apperas to sit in an empty chair in the circle, giving a sense of participation and involvement. Discussions are filmed in informal settings (shebeens, shacks, school classrooms, restaurants) which are both accessible to participants and situate the series in community settings. In 2010, Street Talk presented a new format in which the documentaries featured organisations and individuals who have a positive impact on their communities.

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Apartheid Era

Season 2 Episode 40

Season 2 Episode 40   Continued from episode 36. Young Afrikaners speculate...

Gogo Soccer Team

Season 2 Episode 52

Season 2 Episode 52   When a group of grannies from Khayelitsha...

Mfuleni Township

Season 2 Episode 51

Season 2 Episode 51   To vote or not to vote ?...

Teachers

Season 2 Episode 50

Season 2 Episode 50   Langa High School teachers tell of some...

The Foster Farmer

Season 2 Episode 49

Season 2 Episode 49   Andre, an Afrikaans rebel, runs a farm...

Race Discussion Part 2

Season 2 Episode 48

Season 2 Episode 48   Continuation of episode 47.  A very articulate...

Race Discussion Part 1

Season 2 Episode 47

Season 2 Episode 47   A very articulate and revealing discussion by...

Velokhaya BMX Club

Season 2 Episode 45

Season 2 Episode 45   International champion, 13 year old Anita Zenani...

Dumalisile Arts and Culture

Season 2 Episode 44

Season 2 Episode 44   An evening of song, dance and poetry...

Dumalisile Art and Culture

Season 2 Episode 43

Season 2 Episode 43   Continuation of episode 42. An evening of...

Dumalisile Art

Season 2 Episode 42

Season 2 Episode 42   Join the conversation      

The Afrikaner

Season 2 Episode 39

Season 2 Episode 39   Continued from episode 33. Middle-aged Afrikaners who...

Alcohol Abuse

Season 2 Episode 38

Season 2 Episode 38   The curse of alcohol abuse among the...

South Africa in the eyes of youth

Season 2 Episode 37

Season 2 Episode 37   UCT students talk about rampant corruption in...

Apartheid Era

Season 2 Episode 36

Season 2 Episode 36   Young Afrikaans professionals discuss the end of...

Youth League Part 2

Season 2 Episode 35

Season 2 Episode 35   A group from Gugs exchange views on...

Shack Life

Season 2 Episode 34

Season 2 Episode 34   A group of young township men tell...

The Afrikaaner

Season 2 Episode 33

Season 2 Episode 33   Middle-aged Afrikaners who were once pro apartheid...

The Government

Season 2 Episode 32

Season 2 Episode 32   Continuation of episode 28. Right 2 Know...

Gender Responsibilities in Society

Season 2 Episode 31

Season 2 Episode 31   Continuation of episode 24. Young women poets...

Lack of Employment

Season 2 Episode 30

Season 2 Episode 30   A group from Delft and Phillipi residents...

“Right To Know” March

Season 2 Episode 28

Season 2 Episode 28   Demonstrators march on Parliament to protest against...

Gogos talk on troubled youth

Season 2 Episode 27

Season 2 Episode 27   Older ladies in Gugulethu talk about how...

HIV/AIDS & Homosexuality

Season 2 Episode 26

Season 2 Episode 26     Continuation of episode 25. The group...

Homosexual Stereotypes

Season 2 Episode 25

Season 2 Episode 25   Continuation of episode 20. Young gay decry...

Meaning of Love

Season 2 Episode 24

Season 2 Episode 24   Four young women poets read their poems...

Gay Pride 2011

Season 2 Episode 26

Season 2 Episode 26   The Cape Town Gay Pride Parade seen...

University Students

Season 2 Episode 22

Season 2 Episode 22   Stellenbosch University students discuss the lack of...

Youth League

Season 2 Episode 21

Season 2 Episode 21   Youth reflecting on the kind of Youth...

Gay Guys

Season 2 Episode 20

Season 2 Episode 20     Young gay men tell stories of...

Mixed Race?

Season 2 Episode 19

Season 2 Episode 19   Dynamic, middle class young women talk about...

Aids March

Season 2 Episode 18

Season 2 Episode 18     AIDS Demonstration in front of parliament....

Public Service Strike

Season 2 Episode 17

Season 2 Episode 17   Public Service Strike. Demonstration in downtown Cape...

Doctor, jazz singer, activist – Part 2

Season 2 Episode 16

Season 2 Episode 16   Continuation of episode 15. A filmed portrait...

Doctor, jazz singer, activist – Part 1

Season 2 Episode 15

Season 2 Episode 15   A filmed portrait of LWAZI MANZI, doctor,...

Dinner at Beezy’s Part 2

Season 2 Episode 14

Season 2 Episode 14   Continuation of episode 8. A dinner party...

Witzenburg Farmers

Season 2 Episode 13

Season 2 Episode 13 Ceres residents assess the impact of Artscape’s cultural...

Service Delivery Part 2

Season 2 Episode 12

Season 2 Episode 12 Continuation of episode 9. Group talks about corruption,...

Artscape Rural Outreach Witzenberg

Season 2 Episode 11

Season 2 Episode 11 Artscape takes culture to the provinces. Township dwellers...

Witzenburg Youth

Season 2 Episode 10

Season 2 Episode 10 Young residents from Ceres discuss the disadvantages of...

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Below each film clip on the website is a Blog where you can share your thoughts and chat with other people.

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Some of the topics that we cover stir up emotions. If you are inspired to act from having seen one of our films, then download our take action manifesto.

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About Street talk

Street Talk TV – short documentary films about social issues affecting South Africa. Street Talk is produced by ‘Street Stories Films’ a Non-Profit Organisation Reg No: 072-487 NPO.

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