Creative Work

November 9, 2020

FayaWaNaledi, South Africa / 2020

Khulile Nxumalo

In Session

Khulile Nxumalo
Phillip Miller
Thapelo Makhubo
Mme/Mshoza/Tshama with Funda Arts Centre

A video and music performance contemplating the nature of stars, constellations , appearance of Comet NGC RET 2020, and the spirit of a lived child that did not  appear on earth.

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Khulile Nxumalo

About Khulile Nxumalo

Khulile Nxumalo is a poet and film maker based in Johannesburg, South Africa. His debut collection of poems “ten flapping elbows, mama” was published by Deep South (2004). His poetry continues to be published in journals in South Africa, the UK, the USA and Canada. His second book “fhedzi” was published in 2013. His documentary films have mainly been seen on SABC channels. He was part of the Project 10 Documentary Series that celebrated 10 Years of Democracy in South Africa. He directed and produced House of Credo Mutwa as part of a series to mark 30 Years after the 1976 Uprising on SABC 1. Khulile was Commissioning Editor at the SABC and worked on  Khumbul’ Ekhaya, Afro Cafe, Jika Majika, Wild Talk, Zone 14 Drama Series.  He is currently working on a theatre making project linked to Drama For Life at Wits. It includes contributing to the rebuilding of the Funda Art Centre, as he is an alumni of that institution, that is part of the legacy of Professor  Eskia Mphahlele. He is filming The Life and Times of Credo Mutwa, a documentary series that covers the life of the man, in conversation with the history of the world since 1900.