Hein Eksteen

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Hein Eksteen (1959- ) is a South African (Afrikaans) freelance scriptwriter, playwright and travel writer.

Biography

Youth

Training

Career

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

Theatre

First stage play, Moerkind, premièred at the KKNK in 2001, directed by Charles J. Fourie.

Television

2001: Co-wrote, with Gerhard Meyer, the four-part Afrikaans television thriller mini-series Lied van die Lappop ("Song of the Rag Doll"), produced and directed by Dirk de Villiers for SABC2.

2012: Wrote the first season of 13 hour-long episodes of the Afrikaans drama series Vloeksteen ("Curse Stone"), directed by Regardt van den Bergh for KykNet.

2016: Wrote the short Afrikaans television film Die Monster ("The Monster"), the ninth film in the second series of Ons Stories ("Our Stories") for KykNet. It was directed by Stafford Robinson.

Feature Film

Radio

Awards, etc

Sources

Die Burger, 14 April 2001.

Various entries in the NELM catalogue.

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