Nobody’s Died Laughing is a theatrical-action-documentary film, celebrating the life and work of South African activist and artist Pieter-Dirk Uys.
The film takes the audience on a journey from around South Africa to Berlin, London, Los Angeles and Geneva to highlight the importance of standing up for what you believe in with the power of laughter.
Witness the ups and downs of Pieter-Dirk Uys’ personal and professional life through his performances, archive footage and interviews with Desmond Tutu, Charlize Theron, FW De Klerk, Dame Janet Suzman, Thoko Ntshinga, David Kramer, Zolani Mahola, Professor David Gere, Eric Abraham, Sophia Loren and many more, with footage of Tessa Uys and Nelson Mandela.
Official Selection Durban International Film Festival
Screened at the World Aids Conference July 2016 attended by Charlize Thereon, Professor David Gere and Pieter-Dirk Uys
Official Selection Silwerskerm Film Festival - Winner of Best Documentary Film
Official Selection Africa in Motion Film festival Scotland - Edinburgh & Glasgow 2016