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.
Word on the Street

Word on the Street

Since our first show in 2008, a lot has happened both in the world and at our office. It’s been a while since ...
Street Talk Goes to Zimbabwe

Street Talk Goes to Zimbabwe

Recently, we partnered with Steps on an exciting project in Zimbabwe. Through their partner organisation, My Age ...
Many Promises, Few Results

Many Promises, Few Results

In the outskirts of Cape Town, residents of Langa township are faced with detrimental living environments. Faulty ...
The Unexpected

The Unexpected

Buying lunch boxes and diapers, providing emotional and housing stability as well as providing financial support ...
Dance and Demonstration

Dance and Demonstration

#FeesMustFall2016 Hand claps. Whistles. Methodic footsteps and lyrics revealing a deep historical pain erupt from ...
SABCensorship

SABCensorship

Not In Whose Name?  Exploring Censorship in South Africa Because of the recent protests of the SABC’s new ...

Take action

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

If you have an issue/story that you think needs to be told  get in touch with us.

#ICYMI we're teaming up with our friends over at Steps for the Future again for our project with ...@CanHCZA 👏

As part of our work with @CanHCZA, we're getting into WHY men abuse women. We say this film sums it... up pretty well 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvd5wHws1Lc What do you think?