South Africa offers a unique opportunity for making films about interracial relationships, social problems, class conflicts and political despotism. Images, themes, plots and stories scream out from the environment for cinematic treatment, but they are generally missed by the South African producers. Such subjects have been treated by British television, the films of Peter Davis and the productions made under the auspices of the banned African National Congress (ANC). Most, consequently, are made by foreigners for foreign audiences. Only a few have been made with South African capital for South African audiences. These films are aimed at middle class non-South African viewers and have little in common with the notion of "Tercine Cinema" or radical film-making.