WHITE GOLD

Mansa, an African woman with albinism has had her arm hacked off by Natron the witch doctor in the name of witchcraft. Robbed of her security, career and dignity, Mansa now hunts Natron in a bid to confront him and seek her revenge.

The film stars Africa's first ever successful model with albinism, Refilwe Modiselle, with an all African supporting cast. There are very few films in the world that feature positive representation of people with albinism and as a result, the film has been widely publicised across Africa.

This important story highlights the plight of this vulnerable, outcast group and shines a light on a dark practice which still takes place in parts of Africa today.

Written, Directed and Edited by Luke Bradford
Winner of 'The Pitch Film Fund' 2019.