About Us

Mjita Wam is an independent LGBTQ+ short film created and directed by budding film maker Anathi Siyungu. The film is a heartfelt dedication to the LGBTQ+ and a clear explanation of how experiences differ when people meet and click.

About the Film

Mjita Wam is an independent LGBTQ+ short film created and directed by budding film maker Anathi Siyungu. The film is a heartfelt dedication to the LGBTQ+ and a clear explanation of how experiences differ when people meet and click.

The film follows two young men who meet in the park and decide to have a “blunt session” that leads them to finding out new information about each other. Ziki played by Ukho “Sis Tamara” Samela, has just relocated to Johannesburg and Junior played by Gustaph Nkgweng is a well versed gay man who is always looking for a new experience.

Mjita Wam is an independent LGBTQ+ short film created and directed by budding film maker Anathi Siyungu. The film is a heartfelt dedication to the LGBTQ+ and a clear explanation of how experiences differ when people meet and click.
The film follows two young men who meet in the park and decide to have a “blunt session” that leads them to finding out new information about each other. Ziki played by Ukho “Sis Tamara” Samela, has just relocated to Johannesburg and Junior played by Gustaph Nkgweng is a well versed gay man who is always looking for a new experience.

⦁ Written & Created by Anathi Siyungu
⦁ Cinematography by Anathi Siyungu
⦁ Music By X Mile
⦁ Produced by Louie-Vincent Office
⦁ Casting by Louie-Vincent Office & Anathi Siyungu
⦁ Promotional posters by AOT Fotos

⦁ Leading Actor – Ziki – Ukho “Sis Tamara”  Samela

⦁ Leading Actor – Junior Gustaph Nkgweng 

ANATHISIYUNGUFILMS is a Joburg based up & coming production company that is dedicated to telling queer focused stories. The mission of the company is to discover and empower talented Queer people who have a passion for film and art.
The four pillars of the company are
⦁ Integrity
⦁ Diversity
⦁ Passion
⦁ Hardwork
The company hopes to continue growing and telling stories that positively changes life and perceptions about the Queer community.