Apartheid, Voices in Black and White

Apartheid, Voices in Black and White

Federico Antonio Marcello
With the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Apartheid regime, and the death of the greatest leader in that struggle, Nelson Mandela, a group of independent documentary film makers set out across South Africa in search of what is understood about Apartheid and its legacy. The journey captures personal experiences from the country widely known as the “rainbow nation” and a vivid story is revealed that reflects on both separation and reconciliation following the fall of one of the most extreme racialised and discriminating regimes of the 20th century.
Federico Antonio Marcello was born on the 25 of April of 1980 in “Saavedra” neighborhood in Buenos Aires City. As a child, his passion was to tell to his friends, stories nobody until the end would guess if they were true or not. This passion led him to write tales that later, as an adult, will be shaped as scripts. In this way his hobby became a job, and at present, he has been writing movie scripts for more than ten years. You could say his profession has been plenty of hits, but that’s not true. Truth is he always explored an alternative path to develop himself, creating workspaces based on the meaning of doing things.
  • Original title Apartheid, voces en blanco y negro
  • Director Federico Antonio Marcello
  • Duration 52
  • Production year 2013
  • Theme History, Human Rights, Politics, Social Issues
  • Category Feature Film
  • Subcategory Documentary
  • Gender Human Rights
  • Nationality Argentina, South Africa
  • Producer Cortea Films
  • Dialogue language English
  • Intérpretes Marie Claire Dixon, Daphne Williams, Grant Druss