A Friend in Tweed 1964

Swifty is a salesman at a suit store where his job is on the line for being rude to the customers. He has one more chance to make things right. Shorty is looking for a new suit and attempts to get help from Swifty, but he gets the runaround.

Control 2017

The once unconditional friendship between police officers Vincke and Verstuyft hits a very rough patch when they come up against a series of gruesome murders. Complicating matters even further, a survivor of the killer drives a wedge between them when Verstuyft falls for her charms. Meanwhile, the serial killer has a new victim in sight...

Directed by Tweedie 2014

Making a film when you're 87 is less than convenient. Examine the difficulties of communication between the generations, as Tweedie is encouraged to see the world differently through the lens of his grandson.

The last part, 2nd part 2017

Emmy Verhey, top violinist, decides to quit after 54 active years of performing, starting at 14 years old. Documentary follows her through her last concert to her training another young gifted woman, only 15 years old.

Miss Tweedledum 1912

Robinet disguises himself as a woman to get away from his girlfriend’s husband, and discovers the unexpected pleasures of public drag amidst mobs of flirtatious men. (MoMA)

Jeff Tweedy: Sunken Treasure - Live in the Pacific Northwest 2006

Sunken Treasure follows Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy on his February 2006 solo acoustic tour. The footage was recorded over five nights and features songs from three of his current and former bands: Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, and Loose Fur, plus an unreleased track, "The Thanks I Get." The film is directed by documentarians Christoph Green and Brendan Canty, himself the former drummer of Fugazi.

Tweedledum's White Suit 1911

In this play on the symmetry of black and white, Robinet leaves home in his bright new suit for a stroll through a blackening industrial landscape. (MoMA)

Tweedledum as Aviator 1911

Robinet, the lead in this Italian slapstick comedy, wants to be an aviator in the worst way, and this being an Italian slapstick, that's how he does it. Italian slapstick in this period was absolutely bone-breaking, so much so that it makes Keystone slapstick look like drawing-room comedy by contrast.

Some Hero 1916

When Tweedledum's girl is kidnapped by bad men, he springs into action.

Geraldina Die Tweede 2006

Geraldina die Tweede (Geraldina the Second) is a South African comedy-drama television series created by Esta Steyn about a woman who hatches a plan to get her hands on her recently deceased step-sister's fortune. In Tranquil Waters House, an old-age home in the Strand, Katy Tredoux (Margot Luyt) receives news that her step-sister, Geraldina – or Dina – de Jongh, has died suddenly. Sharing this news with her friends Greta (Antoinette Kellerman), Dak (Marko van der Colff) and Cyril (Eric Nobbs), she tells them that Geraldina used to be married to a very rich man, Claudius van Straaten (Nic de Jager), who now lives on a wine estate outside Stellenbosch. When Katy finds out that she didn't inherit anything but suitcases of Geraldina's old clothing, she is furious, having fondly imagined herself on holiday in the Bahamas. Intent on revenge, she hatches a plot to make a bit of money out of Geraldina and Claudius. Katy's plan is that Greta pass herself off as Dina in order to win the love of Claudius again. Greta, however, wants nothing to do with the plan. Will Katy get the better of old Claudius or will the dead Geraldina have the last say in the matter? Also starring in the series are Chantal Stanfield as intrepid reporter Florys, Celeste Matthews as the Matron of the old age home, Nina Wassung as Claudius's housekeeper Lisa and Moira Lister as Lady Anne Fairchild. Other actors in the cast include Jan Ellis as Lukas, Trix Pienaar as Fiona, Peter Butler as Godfrey, June van Merch as Suster Melrose, James Ryan as Dimitrius and Leon Kruger as Brewis. Geraldina die Tweede was produced by Fremantle Media with executive producers Herman Binge and Lindsay Reid-Ross. The screenplay was written by Esta Steyn and Sandra Prinsloo was the director. The supervising producer for kykNET was Marida Swanepoel.