Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
The docu has some graphic content that facebook has to regulate its trailer viewing. Well thats how graphic europeans came and brutalised the african continent.
Award winning Johannesburg production house Puo Pha Productions documetary will be on you public broadcaster from sunday 27th January on sabc2. Vincent Moloi did again in delivering a powerfull film and story about the Tribal leaders in Namibia fight the German government for the return of hundreds of skulls taken for racial experiments.

Skulls Of My People is also nominated for two awards categories; Best Feature Documentary, and Best Humanitarian Documentary. After a successful world premier at the renowned (IDFA) International Documentary Film Amsterdam in November last year, the festival is excited that people in Johannesburg will have an opportunity to also see the film.
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
Skulls of My People is an account of the first genocide of the 20th century perpetrated by Germany in Namibia that took place between 1904 and 1908. Over 100 000 people were killed and hundreds of skulls of Herero & Nama people were taken to Germany for racial scientific studies. This film is a testimonial account of the descendants of the Herero victims of that genocide and their fight for the returning of those skulls, for justice and for reparations from the current German government.
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions
Skulls of My People
– Vincent Moloi – PuoPha Productions

 

The protagonists of Skulls Of My People, Ms. Utiua Esther Muinjangue and the Paramount Chief Adv. Rukoro will be attending the African Premier. The filmmakers as well as the individuals featured in the film are looking forward to meeting with the press and will be available to give interviews on the film, discussing issues of genocide, reparation and the on the going lawsuit against the current German government.
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