The 5unday’s pleasures had a summer break of two months but now it is time for a weekly dose of pleasures again! As usual I share five pleasures – simply five things I want to share. From a travel tip to my new items and from a hotel stay to a movie that gets me . The 5unday’s pleasures. Five pleasures on Sunday, this time entirely in film theme.
Documentary ‘Paul’ to film festival(s)!
Paul is a documentary about a 13-year-old boy from the Dunoon township in Cape Town that dearly loves to become a surfer. But for boys from Dunoon it’s not easy to surf. There is no money for materials and there is no transfer to the beach. The film follows a week of the life of the positive Paul. International surflegend Robby Naish provides the voice-over of the movie. Naish won world surfing championships for several times; the first time was in 1976, when he was thirteen years old.
About those movies
I’m kinda proud with how he is doing and what he has achieved in six years. An Office full of creative people and cool commands flows within. I am proud of.Also I play sometimes model for what commands. The last films I’ve appeared in? The new film for the Bridge to Liberation Experience (remembering the battle of Arnhem, they create them since last year and the years to come) that will be broadcasted on a giant screen on 18 september and a film for the Tourism Office of Arnhem and Nijmegen, see below. We even play a roll together and our car should not be missed either. Ain’t it funny?
About that modelling
That happened last year for a film for the German Tourist Board as well. This film is not made by my boyfriend, but by Angelika Schwaff. I‘ve been asked, together with a number of international bloggers, to appear in this film (my hair is short!) and that was fun! You may find it on the Facebook of What About Her (following would be great).
While talking about movies anyway
They will come back very soon on What About Her. Our movies had a summer break as well, we we’re tremendously busy and had (too) many trips. Creating our movies takes weeks of work, it would be easier to go vlogging. But no. This is much more fun and I find it way more beautiful! We are working on the Nepal (!!!) travel movie and really, if I see these images again I realize that this was really one of the most beautiful trips I’ve made. Nature is so amazing and the people are so sweet. I can’t wait to show it, please be patient! Afterwards, the travel movies of Zakynthos and Formentera are on the list.
To end this subject in style: our very first travel movie
Our very first travel movie that we have made for What About Her (and for ourselves, mostly) was two years ago, our journey through Jordan. Jordan is such an amazing country and I just need to share this again.