Captureland — a short film about conquest in live-action

“And rasta nuh live pon no capture land” — Chronixx

Inspired by the words of the late Nelson Mandela, and the song ‘Capture Land’ by Jamaican artist Chronixx, Nabil Elderkin’s Captureland is a measured tale of charismatic Rastafarian Tocky and his dreams of a pilgrimage to the holy land. Adopting a leisurely Rastafari-esque pace to proceedings, Elderkin’s short is a poetic thriller that centres around one man’s desire to leave behind his wayward past and pursue the purpose he feels his life needs. “I am not a saint, unless you think of a saint as a sinner who keeps on trying.” – Nelson Mandala.

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