Director Meghan Daniels from Butterfly Films has delivered a visually stylised and striking spot for Count Pushkin. Working with their cast, athlete Chelsea-Sloan Samuels and Model and Dancer Sonwabile Mhlonyane, Meghan brought a playful and bold purple-fuelled world to life that we would happily get lost in.
SHE DID THAT is a female filmmakers showcase that shines a spotlight on the women in the South African production industry. Although we will only be featuring women and non-binary people, the goal is that it will encourage the inclusion of more underrepresented filmmakers across all production work created by South Africans. This month features Sandulela Asanda from Butterfly Films, Jeana Theron from Darling Films and Laurissa Vergottini from Carbon Films.
This month's IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by Jabulani Sigege, Executive Creative Director at Machine_ and Justice Mukheli, Director at Romance. Congratulations to directors Thina Zibi from Hello Circus and Tebza from The Star Film Company who will be strutting into the second half of 2022 a whole Craft Award sexier.
Over the past 13 years Butterfly Films has established a reputation for being a team of filmmakers that always approaches the work with humanity first. Being around them you can’t help but be energised by how they live and breathe filmmaking. This is equally true for the latest two directors to join the Butterfly family; Directors Sandulela Asanda and Meghan Daniels.
SHE DID THAT is a female filmmakers showcase that shines a spotlight on the women in the South African production industry. Although we will only be featuring women and non-binary people, the goal is that it will encourage the inclusion of more underrepresented filmmakers across all production work created by South Africans. This month features Thina Zibi from Hello Circus, Anna Telford from Butterfly Films, and Thea Small from Darling Films.
This month’s IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by our very own industry royalty; Roanna Williams, Chief Creative Officer of Net#work BBDO and Bruno Bossi, Director and Owner of Carbon Films. Thank you our King and Queen, we are not worthy. Massive congratulations to our Best in Crafters; Director Zee Ntuli from Darling Films and DOP Fabian Vettiger.
This month's IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by our fearless leaders, Executive Creative Director of Joe Public United, Megan Perks and Owner, Composer and Engineer of Howard Audio, Adam Howard. Thank you for your service to this country. Not only are you heroes to us, but to all your fellow South Africans. To Talya Galasko from Sketchbook Studios and Kyle Lewis from Egg Films, congratulations on being awarded Best in Craft, truly the highest honour in all the land, we salute you.
January’s IDIDTHAT.co Craft Awards were judged by Darling Films‘ director, Chloe Coetsee and ECD of Machine_ Cape Town, PJ Eales. Congratulations to Daniel Morcos from Carbon Films AND James O’ Sullivan and the late SJ Myeza from 7Films on being awarded Best in Craft.
November’s IDIDTHAT Craft Awards were judged by Saatchi & Saatchi’s Creative Director, Stephanie Symonds and Director Lebogang Rasethaba from Egg Films and Arcade. Congrats on the 'BEST IN CRAFT' win for both VW spots by Director Fausto Becatti and the post team; Daniel Mitchell, Nic Apostoli and Charmaine Greyling.
June’s IDIDTHAT Craft Awards were judged by Sibusiso Sitole (CCO at The Odd Number) and Evy Katz (Editor at Left Post). Best in Craft was awarded to Telekom ‘Cyber Mobbing’ for Direction, Editing, and Cinematography. Huge congrats to the team - Kim Geldenhuys, Adam Bentel, and Matthias Graatz.
The March IDIDTHAT Craft Awards were judged by Executive Creative Director at FCB Joburg, Suhana Gordhan and Film Editor at Deliverance Post, Ricky Boyd. Congratulations to this month's legends, Helen & Kim from Motion City Films AND Gregg Baily from Figment Films, for winning Best in Craft.