Picture this...film festival - an international disability film festival
View "Down the Lane" a short film by Dutch filmmaker, Marijn Poels, winner of the 2011 Dodie Spittal Award for the documentary, "The voice of 650 million times one." The award won by Mr. Poels was placed in a monument in Kibera, Nairobi, one of the biggest slums in Africa. See how it all came together.
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A decade of making a difference!
The gala awards evening for the tenth festival was on February 12th, 2011.
The gala was a lovely event. Award-winning filmmakers were in attendance along with local filmmakers and people who came from near and far to participate.
2011 PTFF Film Catalogue
To view an on-line version of the 2011 PTFF Film Catalogue click here.
To download a PDF of 2011 PTFF Film Catalogue click here.
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Award winners and Honourable Mentions for 2011
Congratulations to all those who received awards and honourable mentions,
and to all those who submitted their work to our festival.
Best of Festival: Leave them laughing
Dodie Spittal Award: The voice of 650 million times one
Documentary 10 - 30 minutes
Honourable Mention: Bernardino
Documentary over 30 minutes
Award: Leave them laughing
Honourable Mention: Being under water
Honourable Mention: How much love
Drama under 10 minutes
Honourable Mention: The piano
Drama 10 - 30 minutes
Honourable Mention: Deaf life
Honourable Mention: Doubly vulnerable
Drama over 30 minutes
Award: Mawa langa (My tomorrow)
Honourable Mention: Shell shock
Honourable Mention: The beach hut film
Award: Teeth the musical
Honourable Mention: About sex
Performance under 30 minutes
Award: Necessary games
Performance over 30 minutes
Award: My dream
Honourable Mention: Invisible voices