Uprize 15 June 2017 AfriDocs on BET Promo 1:00 min
Sifiso Khanyile | South Africa | 2016 | 58 min
On the morning of 16 June 1976, a group of school children in Soweto gathered peacefully to protest the mandatory inclusion of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction. By nightfall over 200 of them lay dead, mowed down by Apartheid armed forces. Forty years later, this film looks at the world that made these kids, and how in the especially relevant forty years later as university students once again take to the streets to fight the post-apartheid government on the issue of free quality education.
* New York African Film Festival, 2017