NOMINATED FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN VISUAL ARTS
Zimbabwean couple based in Shanghai co owners of Kwela Pictures.
Rumbiey did photography for a Ted X event and she participated in the
making of a documentary that is in post production. She worked with
European Film maker Andrej Ulov and other talents like Deji Odulum.
She also did a workshop on Micro budget film making. She presented the
Zimbabwean model, primarily used by “The Decent Art House” and “Ivory
Pictures” Production House citing films like Lobola and The Gentleman.
Rumbiey also presented on the model that the employed with Kwela
Pictures, a company Pfungwa, Andrew and Herself started in Harare. A
company that does events, documentaries, commercials and event media
Pfungwa was part of a team that competed in the 48 hour short film
contest. He wrote, edited and was Director of Photography for the
short film “Stuck on Tuesday.” He was also part of the winning team in
a story idea pitch contest held by Oriental Dream Works, the
production company that made Kung Fu Panda 3.
Pfungwa was selected as an “Excellent Work” in the Shanghai VFS
screenwriting contest. He submitted a short film script titled “Manu
and the Magic of Everyday.”
Currently Pfungwa is working on a docu-series about Africans living in
Shanghai titled “Griots.” He is collaborating with African Red Head, a
South African owned production house.
Rumbiey is also a voice over artist. She has done voices for games,
commercials and corporate communications material