Answer: The tenacity of Cape Town’s history inspires me, from its early start, to the melting pot of urban flavour which it has today. It’s not just a city of international destination, but a home to masses of diverse individuals, which unite us as Capetonians.
Q: Do you have a secret space or place that you enjoy in the city?
A: My favorite place isn’t a big secret. Its the Labia Cinema. For me, its a magical place were old meets new, where one can board on a journey of discovery through film.
Q: What was the last exciting event you attended in the city?
A: I would say it was The Power of Film: African Innovation in Film workshop with Future Cape Town. Simply because it was so exciting to be in a room with so many inspirational people. I walked out an inspired man.
A: Let’s not talk about the traffic! I would say the litter in the city defaces its beautiful profile, and it’s in everyone’s power to solve it.
Q: You can have dinner with one person living or dead. Who is it and why?
A: A difficult question for me…I would choose Inga Beckmann, because she always took my breath away as a goddess on stage. With a dinner partner like that, stimulating conversation will be a given.
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