Skorokoro

Skorokoro is a 2016 South African TV Film directed by Darrell Roodt. It was nominated for a Golden Horn award in 2017.[2] The film was produced by Phoenix films in South Africa.[3]

Skorokoro
Directed byDarrell Roodt
StarringPapiso Keogatile
Boikie Pholo
Paballo Koza
Mbalenhle Zakwe
Meme Ditshego
Charlie Bouguenon
Reine Swart
Graeme Kriega
Byron Kennedy
Music byGrant Booth
Alun Richards
Country of originSouth Africa[1]
Production
ProducersChristianne Bennetto
Samuel Frauenstein
Dries Maree
Andre Frauenstein
CinematographyPierre Smith
EditorLeon Gerber
Production companyPhoenix Films

The movie was originally planned as a big screen production but failed to make the grade and was reduced to airing only as a local TV production.

PlotEdit

Happiness and Rose fall in love in a small village in South Africa. They would like to get married, but their families keep that from happening. Happiness decides to enter a race with his old taxi in order to win prize money to pay for his lobola. Happiness will be allowed to marry Rose if and only if he can pay the required lobola.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Saftas Nominees Announced". People Magazine. Retrieved April 24, 2017.
  2. ^ "South Africa: Stars to Battle For a Golden Horn at Film Awards". allAfrica. Retrieved April 24, 2017.
  3. ^ "Maqamovie finalists star in new film". FilmContact. Retrieved April 30, 2017.
  4. ^ "Maqamovie finalist Papiso Keogatile gets lead role in new SA film". My TV News. Retrieved April 30, 2017.

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