WHAT WE

BEAT OUR DRUMS FOR

 

As independents we co-create our own media passion projects, from documentaries, series to online innovative solutions.

OUR PROJECTS

Creating is what we love and everyone we co-create with lives for. The best content comes from working together to deliver authentic, engaging and relevant content that matters. These are our passion projects, let us know what tickles you.

 

UnderOneRoof.tv

An Ingrid Martens and Thandi Davids TV Series

A collaborative global documentary series that explores life in the elevators of the tallest apartments in Africa, and then the world, with a multi-media online platform. It reveals, our world in one space, layered by the diversity of the people and elevator conversations in a gentle and unobtrusive manner that will stimulate a shared global dialogue

 

GSA: Safe Space

Produced and Directed by Ingrid Martens

A powerful, psychological thriller, Black Provo shines a unique spotlight on what it is to be the children of struggle heros, from both Irish and South African sensibilities. But at it’s’ heart lies the the very depths of family, betrayal, fear and re-birth.

 

An award winning, timeless, universal documentary filmed entirely in the lifts of Africa's tallest apartment, Ponte Towers, downtown Johannesburg, South Africa: 8 lifts, 400 flats & 4400 people. A must see for anyone interested in Africa and our common humanity. 

iSchool Press Team

A powerful, psychological thriller, Black Provo shines a unique spotlight on what it is to be the children of struggle heros, from both Irish and South African sensibilities. But at it’s’ heart lies the the very depths of family, betrayal, fear and re-birth.

A powerful, psychological thriller, Black Provo shines a unique spotlight on what it is to be the children of struggle heros, from both Irish and South African sensibilities. But at it’s’ heart lies the the very depths of family, betrayal, fear and re-birth.

Black Provo

A Trish Malone TV Series

A powerful, psychological thriller, Black Provo shines a unique spotlight on what it is to be the children of struggle heros, from both Irish and South African sensibilities. But at it’s’ heart lies the the very depths of family, betrayal, fear and re-birth.