Francois Verster

François Verster is an Emmy-awarded documentary filmmaker with extensive know-how in the fields of literature, music, and cinema.
Born in South Africa, Verster holds a master's degree in literature from the University of Cape Town. He then took part in a number of independent feature-length film productions before making his debut as both a documentary director and producer in PAVEMENT ARISTOCRATS (1998), which received an Avanti Award.
Verster's filmmaking credits include A LION'S TRAIL (2002) — which received the Emmy Award in 2006 — WHEN THE WAR IS OVER (2002), THE MOTHERS' HOUSE (2006), and SEA POINT DAYS (2009).