Women's Issues / 1h8m / Feature / Documentary
For years prior to the fall of apartheid, South Africa's courts were presided over by white men. Thirteen years later, only 18% of superior court seats are held by women. In this film, some of these women express their thoughts, feelings and beliefs around the judicial situation in South Africa. It is an absorbing insight into the land's top female judges and effectively reveals the real women behind the gowns and the gavels.
Directed by Jane Lipman
Roxanne Renault; Stefan Blank. T:+27 76 114 5331 E:firstname.lastname@example.org