[starttext] Makulu Visual Arts is extremely proud to be working with The 46664 Clothing Range by helping them film the official press launch. The job was made easy by a variety of amazing styles and designs and we look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with all parties involved

Thank you to the Speakers Corner team for including us in this amazing project. [endtext]

46664 clothing launch press conference


[starttext] Two cities, one night, one party -- the 5fm H20 City to City party rocking Durban and Jozi simultaneously.

G&G Productions and 5fm hosted a world-class party featuring local and international DJs who were jetted from Jozi to Durban to play live at both parties on the same day.

A live satellite link on a big screen allowed Jozi and Durban to party together, sharing the supertubes, wave machines and good beats.

Makhulu Productions was the official video crew who captured all the action. [endtext]

5fm H20 City to City party


[starttext]Makulu Visual Arts is working with Green Renaissance to stop Shell and/or any other company from destroying the Karoo through fracking,

Please lend your voice today. Email and Fax those listed at the end of the film. This simply cannot be allowed to happen.

Thank you to Green Renaissance for leading the online media campaign against this clear example of greed, and a disregard for our precious water.

Thank you so much for acting now,
The team at Makulu.[endtext]

The Wire Windmill


[starttext]Makhulu Productions is proud to associate itself with the musical genius that is Jeremy Loops.

With Jeremy's amazing personality and ability in mind, we filmed this live gig at The Assembly on the 3rd of February 2011.


Jeremy Loops live at The Assembly


[starttext]It was a privilege to spend a day filming on the Jammie steps at UCT. We watched the awesome GreenPop team doing what they do best – spreading the word about urban-greening. On this day, not only did they spread the word, they created a beautiful artwork in the process. With a high pressure hose and some stencils a dirty wall was transformed through reverse graffiti into an inspiring mural.

Thanks to the Green Campus Initiative at UCT and the GreenPop crew for yet another fun filled green day.

Check out this video to see reverse graffiti in action!

Join the Treevolution – www.greenpop.org[endtext]

GreenPop Reverse Graffiti at UCT