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April 21, 2017

“through the ear, we shall enter the invisibility of things.”

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March 17, 2017

notes on editing

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June 13, 2016

UNFRIEND ME

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first published here: http://crumbargento.tumblr.com/

A CRISIS

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first published here: http://crumbargento.tumblr.com/

June 4, 2016

inmediares

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January 3, 2016

MANGALISO (and funeral)

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Bishop Tutu had been asked to preach at the funeral of Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe, the PAC leader, in Sobukwe’s hometown, Graaff-Reinet, in March 1978. Tutu; Gatsha Buthelezi, Leo Rakale, the CR monk from Johannesburg; and others were already at the speakers’ podium when Sobukwe’s coffin was brought it, accompanied by hundreds of young people (over 5000 people attended the funderal). Seeing Buthelezi, the young people swarmed around the podium, chanting slogans and insulting him as a “sellout”, a “stooge”, and – the most derogatory term of all in African culture – a “dog”. Asked by a clergyman to leave, Buthelezi replied: “Let them kill me now. am not going out. If it is my day to die, let me die here.” When order could not be restored, Tutu asked Buthelezi to reconsider. Reluctantly, he agreed. Tutu asked the clergymen to form a protective wall around Buthelezi as he left, and himself led the way. Although Buthelezi was surrounded by aides and the clergy, youngsters surged toward him, kicking at the clergymen, shaking their fists, and shouting “Makabulaw!” (“Kill him!”). Tutu turned to remonstrate with them. Buthelezi reached a car only after his secretary had deflected a knife attack and his bodyguard had fired shots to clear the way. The week after the funeral, Tutu told a journalist that the youngsters were a “new breed of blacks who have iron in their souls.”

by John Allen
Rabble-Rouser for Peace: The Authorized Biography of Desmond Tutu
Page 318

December 21, 2015

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May 1, 2015

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April 23, 2015

man on ground screeening @wits africa week

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April 5, 2015

what you need to be an editor.

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you need to be disciplined. you need a lot of discipline to be an editor. self-discipline. editing is a discipline.

you have to edit invisibly.

ak discipline

February 28, 2015

inmediares – 2000 plays and climbing

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text and concept – nicola deane
music – theo herbst
camera and edit – aryan kaganof

watchi it here: https://vimeo.com/118154488

October 19, 2014

elelwani chosen to represent south africa at the oscars

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October 8, 2014

black south easter – the unused poster design

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poster design by aryan kaganof

September 25, 2014

now you can watch man on ground on buni tv

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sign in here: http://buni.tv/video/man-ground/

September 24, 2014

tokyo elegy trailer

edited by aryan kaganof with j.p. luijsterburg at phantavision

this is my own personal favourite work. i love the fred eaglesmith song. slow, haunting, brooding, menacing. somewhere along the line i lost my personal 35mm print of this trailer and i was delighted to discover it on the internet today. this was the last time that i worked with j.p. luijsterburg, an editor with whom i had enjoyed a very rich working relationship from my second year at the film academy. we worked together for 7 good years. he is one of the most in-demand editors in the netherlands today.

September 19, 2014

mother’s day

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20min
2014
a radikal re-mix by aryan kaganof of three frans zwartjes films
commissioned by frank scheffer

July 2, 2014

khalo’s letter to madiba

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Khalo’s Letter To Madiba from Aryan Kaganof on Vimeo.

June 24, 2014

cold harbour

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carey mckenzie’s cold harbour

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keep reading this article here: http://www.timeslive.co.za/thetimes/2014/06/06/cold-harbour-for-kgoroge

June 6, 2014

tell them we are from here @national arts festival

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May 21, 2014

tell them we are from here @national arts festival

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March 30, 2014

carey mckenzie’s black south easter reviewed in chicago

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first published here: http://antagonie.blogspot.com/2013/10/ciff-13-black-south-easter-mckenzie-south-africa.html

February 2, 2014

theresa smith reviews elelwani

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florence masebe on elelwani

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keep reading this article here:http://mg.co.za/article/2014-01-30-insights-into-an-exotic-culture

steyn du toit reviews elelwani

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