Francois Verster

Biography
Francois Verster is an Emmy- awarded documentary filmmaker with an extensively know-how background in the fields of Literature, Music and Cinema. Born in 1969 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 documentary debut, both as a director and a producer, Pavement Aristocrats (1998), which received an Avanti Award. Verster's extensive repertoire further includes 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).