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The screenplay was by [[Leon van Nierop]] and it was based on a short story by [[Hennie Aucamp]].
 
The screenplay was by [[Leon van Nierop]] and it was based on a short story by [[Hennie Aucamp]].
 
==Production team==
 
==Production team==
 
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Directed by [[Annie Basson]] with writing credits due to [[Hennie Aucamp]] (short story) and [[Leon van Nierop]] (screenplay). Produced by [[Herman Binge]] and [[Dick Voorendyk]]. Cinematography by [[Digby Young]], film editing by [[Ester Worst]] and costume design by [[Birrie le Roux]]. Art department credits due to [[Birrie le Roux]] (set designer), [[Darrell Roodt]] (property master) and [[Koos Voorendyk]] (set builder). Sound department credits due to [[Barrie Kriel]] (sound), [[Rüdiger Payrhuber]] (sound transfers) and [[Eddie Pearse]] (final mix). Script and continuity by [[Meg Tainton]].
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Directed by [[Annie Basson]] with writing credits due to [[Hennie Aucamp]] (short story) and [[Leon van Nierop]] (screenplay). Produced by [[Herman Binge]] and [[Dick Voorendyk]]. Cinematography by [[Digby Young]], film editing by [[Ester Worst]] and costume design by [[Birrie le Roux]]. Art department credits due to [[Birrie le Roux]] (set designer), [[Darrell Roodt]] (property master) and [[Koos Voorendyk]] (set builder0.  
 
 
 
Sound Department
 
Barrie Kriel ... sound
 
Rüdiger Payrhuber ... sound transfers (as Rudiger Payruber)
 
Eddie Pearse ... final mix (as Eddy Pearse)Script and Continuity Department
 
Meg Tainton ... continuity
 
 
 
 
 
==The cast==
 
==The cast==
 
The cast includes [[Estelle Venter]] ("Hetta"), [[Trudie Taljaard]] ("Kotie"), [[Ernst Eloff]] ("Theuns"), [[Zack du Plessis]] ("Sagrys van Deventer"), [[Kelsey Middleton]] ("Trees"), [[Dale Cutts]] ("Benson") and [[Stem Thamaga]] ("Abraam").
 
The cast includes [[Estelle Venter]] ("Hetta"), [[Trudie Taljaard]] ("Kotie"), [[Ernst Eloff]] ("Theuns"), [[Zack du Plessis]] ("Sagrys van Deventer"), [[Kelsey Middleton]] ("Trees"), [[Dale Cutts]] ("Benson") and [[Stem Thamaga]] ("Abraam").
 
==Translations, adaptations, sequels, etc==
 
==Translations, adaptations, sequels, etc==
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
[[IMDb]] [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2022374]
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[[IMDb]] [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9325454]
 
 
[[Wikipedia]] [https://af.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debbie]
 
  
 
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]
 
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]

Latest revision as of 21:31, 13 July 2020

Die Hartseerwals is a 1985 South African Afrikaans film by Annie Basson.

The film

The screenplay was by Leon van Nierop and it was based on a short story by Hennie Aucamp.

Production team

Directed by Annie Basson with writing credits due to Hennie Aucamp (short story) and Leon van Nierop (screenplay). Produced by Herman Binge and Dick Voorendyk. Cinematography by Digby Young, film editing by Ester Worst and costume design by Birrie le Roux. Art department credits due to Birrie le Roux (set designer), Darrell Roodt (property master) and Koos Voorendyk (set builder). Sound department credits due to Barrie Kriel (sound), Rüdiger Payrhuber (sound transfers) and Eddie Pearse (final mix). Script and continuity by Meg Tainton.

The cast

The cast includes Estelle Venter ("Hetta"), Trudie Taljaard ("Kotie"), Ernst Eloff ("Theuns"), Zack du Plessis ("Sagrys van Deventer"), Kelsey Middleton ("Trees"), Dale Cutts ("Benson") and Stem Thamaga ("Abraam").

Translations, adaptations, sequels, etc

Sources

IMDb [1]

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