Reflections in a broken mirror

“Reflections in a broken mirror” explores how Afrikaans theatre adapted to a post-Apartheid South Africa. Acting as a sequel to “A Feast in Time of Plague”, this film tells the story of plays that were innovative, cathartic and existential in the new South Africa. It follows two generations of theatre makers, and their plays that reflect on themes of identity, language and the legacy of apartheid.

DirectorsAmber Fox-Martin & Philip

Upcoming Screenings

Garden Route Film Festival

2-5 August, 2023

Master's Thesis

Reflections in a broken mirror was created as part of Amber Fox-Martin's Master's research in the History field. The documentary and essay are to be used together.

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