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Watch Documentary 'The Creators'
"The Creators: South Africa Through the Eyes of Its Artists" tells the story of six artists born in different areas of the formerly-segregated country who are separately sculpting South Africa's future from the fragments of a tumultuous past.
The documentary spotlights six artists sculpting South Africa's future from the fragments of a tumultuous past. Born in different areas of the formerly-segregated country, the artists separately recraft history -- and the impacts of apartheid -- in their own artistic languages.
"The Creators" was shot and edited entirely by South Africans, the majority of whom were trained while on the job and now work professionally in the country's burgeoning film industry.
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