Garth Erasmus | Jehann & Aadiel Johnson | Rachel Watson | Shirley Gunn | Manuel Zacharias | Mavis Nhlapo | Nick Taylor | Ramashala Sybil | Tilly M. Marjorie Langa | Johannes Dehclilsen | Michelle | Roxy Engelbrecht | Tshephiso S.L. Masenya | Mariette Broekman | Pieter Cupido

Dir.: Beatrice Möller | DoP: Rasmus Sievers | Editor: Andreas Zitzmann | Sound: Martin Jabs        Music: Eckart Gadow, Garth Erasmus, Lungiswa Plaatjies | Dramaturgie: Michael Weihrauch        Produktionsleitung Südafrika: Lucia Meyer | Produktionsleitung: Kathrin Lemme | Sounddesign: Helen Neikes      Mixing: Sascha Heiny | Colourist: Robin Schmude | Projektbetreuung: Telepool - Monika Lobkowicz | Editor: Bayerischer Rundfunk - Sonja Scheider | Production: Kathrin Lemme, Michael Weihrauchhttp://www.beamoeller-film.com,,,,,,,,6EC0217FAAFB494C98D4F11987DD8EA7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.htmlhttp://www.martinjabs.de

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Beatrice was born in Düsseldorf/Germany in 1979. She spent the first seven years of her childhood in Pretoria, South Africa. She matriculated from high school in Düsseldorf in 1999. After matric she completed various internships in South Africa with a focus on design and photography. From 2001-2006 she studied visual communication at the Bauhaus-University in Weimar. In 2004 she spent a semester in Australia/Melbourne studying at the National School of Design Swinbourne University of Technology. Her direction debut in documentary film was with “Omulaule means black” in 2003. This film was directed in collaboration with Nicloa Hens and Susanne Radelhof.  In 2006 she graduated from the Bauhaus University with the documentary “Shalom Salam”. In 2007 she was awarded a DAAD scholarship, going back to South Africa to work on her new film „Shosholoza Express“. 
In addition Beatrice was part of the Berlinale Talent Campus 2008 and was awarded the Boundless Media Award in 2008. She lives and works in Berlin.