Photos with Rudolf Buitendach
BiographyVereeniging, South Africa
Rudolf is a South African born director with an award winning body of short films that include screenings in Cannes, Venice and Los Angeles. 'Indoor Fireworks' was the world's first fully digital film shot on the groundbreaking 2K Viper filmstream camera that preceded the current digital filmmaking boom. After being nominated by the BBC as best new director, Rudolf directed his theatrical debut 'Dark Hearts' in 2011 starring X-Men's Lucas Till and Goran Visjnic (ER, Girl With The Dragon Tattoo), nominated as best film at the 20th Raindance Film Festival and distributed by Vertical Entertainment. Read more... feature 'Where The Road Runs Out' starring Cesar winner Isaach De Bankole and Saturn nominee Juliet Landau, the first feature film ever to shoot in Equatorial Guinea, due for release this year. In 2013 Rudolf directed 'Selling Isobel', a dark thriller based on a true story about sex trafficking, starring Frida Farrel (Contract Killers), Matthew Marsden (Rambo), Alison Stoner (Step Up 3D) and Lew Temple (Walking Dead).