William Faure

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William Faure (1949-1994) was a highly rated film and television producer.

Also known as William C. Faure or Bill Faure


Born in Pretoria, on 15/17(?) July 1949, he trained at the London Film School.

Sadly he passed away on 18 October 1994, aged 45.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Among his notable successes were Plekkie in die son ("Place in the sun", 1979), a televised version of Oscar Wilde’s play Salomé (1979), Emily Hobhouse: The Englishwoman (TV Movie documentary, 1979), and the epic TV series Shaka Zulu (1986).


Tribute written by Roy Christie published in The Star, 21 October 1994.

William C. (Bill) Faure, Wikipedia[1]


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