Glory Game: The Joost van Der Westhuizen Story

Client:      M-Net Movies / kykNET
Genre:     Documentary
Dur:         90 mins
Executive Producers: Joost van der Westhuizen & Odette Schwegler
Director:  Odette Schwegler            

Rugby legend Joost van der Westhuizen shares his journey as he fights Motor Neuron Disease. In a raw, often humorous rendition of his struggle against the disease, the bl!nk team joins Joost on his global tour to unite the world’s leading MND specialists in a fight to find a cure. In the telling of the tale we share Joost’s triumphs, tragedies and personal family moments. Glory Game scooped the Best Foreign Film Award at the All Sports La Film Festival.

Geingob: The Man of The Hour

Client:       DSTV/Clive Morris Productions
Genre:      Documentary
Dur:          45 mins
Director:   Odette Schwegler

A father, newlywed and keen ‘Tweeter’, Namibian president, Hage Geingob is a man who has not lost the ‘common touch’. He is keenly aware of his responsibility to the people who voted him into office. Exploring a lifetime in service of democracy and the Namibian people, the bl!nk team tells the tale of the man behind the presidency. This documentary reveals Dr Geingob’s passion for the people and his blue-print for Namibia. 


Help for Healing

Client:      Public Health Enhancement Fund
Genre:     Documentary
Dur:         25 mins
Director/Producers: Odette Schwegler & Bernadette Maguire

If anyone understands collaboration and integration, it’s these guys. Incorporating 23 healthcare giants – all with differing agendas and many of them competitors – getting together with the Department of Health and putting aside their differences as they work towards a common goal: the improvement of healthcare for every South African.
In an emotional journey through the lives of young medical students and PHD scholars, bl!nk tells the story from Umtata to Durban and Zuurbrak … a story that will be presented on a global stage.




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