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Stander
Stander Sound Department
(2003)
Ask the Dust
Ask the Dust Sound Department
(2006)
Slash
Slash Sound Department
(2002)
Glory Glory
Glory Glory Sound Department
(2002)

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 2006 Ask the Dust (boom operator)
 2003 Stander (boom operator)
 2003 Red Water (TV Movie) (boom operator)
 2002 Glory Glory (boom swinger)
 2002 Slash (boom operator)
 2000 The Gates of Cleveland Road (TV Movie) (boom operator)
 1999 Shark Attack (TV Movie) (boom swinger)
 1999 From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (Video) (boom operator)
 1997 Natural Rhythm (TV Mini-Series) (boom operator)
 1997 Mandela and de Klerk (TV Movie) (boom operator)
 1996 Le propre de l'homme (TV Movie) (sound)
 1996 Tarzan: The Epic Adventures (TV Series) (boom operator)
 1995 Derby (TV Movie) (boom swinger)
 1995 The Redemption: Kickboxer 5 (Video) (boom operator)
 1994 Lipstiek Dipstiek (sound)
 1993 Orkney Snork Nie! 2 (nog 'n movie) (sound assistant)

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