Biography / 1h12m / Feature / Documentary
Manfred Zylla is an eclectic, eccentric Resistance artist; a German man whose heart is deeply buried in Cape Town. He is best known for his work against the apartheid regime, his infectious vibrancy, and his youthful looks. However, he is yet to gain the true recognition he deserves. This intimate documentary subtly observes the world that Manfred, now 70, inhabits; through dipping into his work, delving into his past, and painting his present. A frank and bizarrely humorous portrait that explores youth, ageing, the importance of activism, the joys of cycling, and the secret of aloes...
Directed by Philippa Ndisi-Herrmann
Philippa Ndisi-Herrmann T:+254 728 669 073 E:firstname.lastname@example.org