The short documentary film Masi's Law is about street justice in a township outside of Cape Town in South Africa. The film is from 2012 and has won prices for best documentary at Sedicicorto Film Festival and in 2017 at GC Visual Contest. The film has received honourable mention from the jury at both Oporto International Short Film Festival and at Zanzibar International Film Festival. It has traveled globally to film festivals. The film was an international cooperation co-directed by professor Aaro Hazak from Estonia and co-produced by Barefoot.  

You can watch Masi's Law by clicking the laureates below.


I am currently editing the documentary film Forty Years Later, where my camera follows the lives of Vietnamese war veterans and mine victims in Quang Tri province. They tell their story on their own premises. 

The United States dropped around 7.8 million tons of munitions over Vietnam as it tried to bomb the nation into submission, more than it unleashed in World War II on Germany and Japan combined.

An estimated 800,000 tons failed to detonate, contaminating around 20 percent of the land. More than 100,000 people have been killed or injured since 1975, the government of Vietnam says.

More information about Vietnam and the war in this article (Danish) and photos on Instagram.