Street Talk TV Brings Filmmaking to Nelson Mandela Bay

Street Talk TV Brings Filmmaking to Nelson Mandela Bay

Street Stories Films was established by filmmakers and activists Shelley Barry, Richard Mills, Jo Menell and struggle icon, Barbara Masekela. The primary objective of the foundation is to use the medium of film/television to create a more tolerant and understanding...
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 we’ve touched base with our audience and see how our films are being received. In true Street Talk-style, we wanted to see what the word was on the street. ...
Street Talk Zooms Through the Coronavirus

Street Talk Zooms Through the Coronavirus

What is Street Talk TV without the streets? A large part of what we do here at Street Talk TV is to bring real stories from local communities to your screens. We go into people’s homes, work environments, social gatherings, but when this is taken away, what is left? ...
Twenty-Plenty: The Year of The Good

Twenty-Plenty: The Year of The Good

At Street Talk TV, we’ve brought you documentaries about social change and hot topics. From gangsterism to the state of the nation, it’s safe to say that we’re not afraid of the nitty-gritty realism that is living in South Africa. This year, we’re mixing things up a...
Breaking the Silence – Primrose’s Story

Breaking the Silence – Primrose’s Story

After Primrose’s Story aired on Wednesday night, the deputy speaker was so moved by it that he contacted Station Commander, Brigadier BM Stander, at the Milnerton Police Station to find out why the case of Gender-Based Violence presented in the film was never...