In production - Shooting in Johannesburg now with director Natalie Haarhoff: Shreds and Dreams follows four women from urban and rural settings as their lives, struggles and desires intersect. PawPaw Films ( Sister company of Penguin Films ) is currently filming the second season of Shreds and Dreams.
Traffic is an investigative drama/thriller following our central character, Detective Lungi Mlaba (Bonnie Mbuli) who, in the course of a murder investigation, finds her own integrity is severely put to the test.
Treknet is a sitcom set in the world of a small fishing community produced by Penguin Films for kykNET. The comedy is based on the popular comic strip of the same name.
You Deserve It is a game show on etv with a difference where the money you win is not for you, but it’s all about giving it away to someone who truly deserves it.
Forced Love is a romantic comedy based on Shakespeare’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’. It centres on two people falling in love despite their serious misgivings about one another.
Kêrels wat Kook (Guys who Cook) is an exciting Afrikaans cooking / dating reality series on kykNET based on the Love Bites format that was originally developed by Red Arrow International.
Hidden Histories is a slate of documentaries in pre-production that Penguin films are producing for SABC 1.
Hidden Histories is a slate of documentaries in pre-production that Penguin films are producing for SABC 1. Krotoa [her Khoi name] was a Khoi girl (c.1643-1674) of the Goringhaicona tribe from the Cape who was taken at the impressionable age of ten or eleven years old into the home of Jan van Riebeeck as a domestic servant.
Penguin Films produced 78 episodes of Montana for SABC 1. The series revolved around the community of Montana in Cape Town which is a melting pot of different races and social classes.
STOKVEL is a comedy series set in the vibrant and exciting world of stokvels. The stokvel has been a part of African culture for decades – a place where friends meet for companionship, good times and a social way of saving money. This much loved institution is the dynamic backdrop for the continuing activities of two stokvels in Diepkloof, Soweto.