Charles J. Fourie is an award-winning writer, director and producer. Past credits; Profiles (E-TV), Read & Write (SABC 2), SOS (SABC 1), Discovering SA (M-NET)
A Reel Life (SABC 3), Binnelanders and Deel-titel Dames (KykNET) Die Uwe Pottie Potgieter (SABC 2), Home Affairs and Montana (SABC 1). Past film credits
include; Desire, Stander, Vrededorp, Eiland, and Agterplaas (KykNET).
Recent credits; Die Eet Oorlog season 1, Brood & Botter season 1, Hou
op Wegsteek season 1 & 2, Ken Jy My season 1 & 2, Wie Is My Strooimeisie
season 1 - 4, Stylstryd season 1 & 2 and Kruidjie Roer My season 1 (VIA).
Rina Jooste is an award winning documentary director. Credits include; Betrayed, nominated for a SAFTA award in 2009. Jammer as Ek Bitter Is which won the 2011 SAFTA's for best director and best documentary. Other documentaries she directed; Forgotten Flowers, Ghetto Vibe, Afrikaner Afrikaan, Lunchbox Bullies and Doctor and the Miracle Pill in 2013.
Recent television credits; production coordinator for First Pencil. Barter acquisition and researcher on Wie Is My Strooimeisie and as a
content producer on season 2 of Die Eet Oorlog for The TVSmiths.
Martin Geldenhuys is a versatile and creative DOP, online editor and
grading specialist. His career kicked off eight years ago as an independent cameraman. He has since worked for Black Mango Music (2011/2014) as
DOP and The Grand Kids Collective (2014 /2016) as senior online editor.
More recently he has been freelancing again as DOP and editor. He just
completed the online editing of Wie Is My Strooimeisie season 4 for Okuhle
Media, and currently works as cameraman for Wildlife TV and Imagix.
Rudy Coertzen is a seasoned producer, DOP, and online editor with over
25 years of experience. He has worked as DOP on various formats. Past productions he include; Top Billing, Pasella, Expresso, and Doctor's Orders.
He specializes in documentary, reality, corporate, and event videography.
More recently he has freelanced for VIA (Dstv) as DOP on various reality
shows like, Kom Ons Braai, Pasgetroud, and Laat die Potte Prut. He is
currently working on his own documentary project for the SABC.