The Lamb, The Red Flag and The Son

Regardt has been developing a epic biblical trilogy The Lamb, The Red Flag and The Son, which are historical dramas set in first century Judea.



Do You Remember (Post Production 2022)

Two gifted musicians, THOMAS and LAURA, are in their early twenties, bound together by their love for each other and their passion for music.



The Making of a Man 2021

Regardt has completed the filming of Angus Buchan's six part series The Making of a Man.




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arrow Hanna Hoekom
arrow Tornado
arrow Hansie
arrow Faith Like Potatoes

arrow Lazarus
arrow Gospel of Acts
arrow Gospel of Matthew
arrow Sheltering Desert
arrow Circles in the Forest
arrow Boetie







Walk the Talk...Jesus Did (2010)

On his day of release, Hendriks discovers that his time in prison has brought him no closer to the peace that should come from supposed justice, only to the longing that is evident in all humanity. Is there such a thing as redemptive love? It just so happens that Hendriks over hears a DJ from a local Christian radio station as he sits on the pavement in a hopeless Kayamandi. Nathan and Claire who are hosting the show grapple with the question whether God’s unconditional love is greater than our mistakes. Hendriks phones in and asks Nathan if God can love someone like him. When Hendriks’ call dies abruptly Nathan and Claire are confronted with what it actually means to live out this love of God.





Walk the Talk directed by Regardt van den Bergh is the testimony of a broken man who desperately searches for the good news of redemptive love. A young cast and crew help van den Bergh to create this short story for the purpose of getting the message of Jesus out to the world. The series of short films of which Walk the Talk is the first can be used as material for discussion groups, outreaches and entertainment.

Regardt tells, ‘we wanted to say more in this short film than one can really compact into 30 minutes. The film for me speaks to effectiveness of doing what the Word says and not just talking about it. A Christian radio station is the ideal background for a film that actually says, between the lines, let's do less talking and more doing. Let's not just talk love but let's walk love. In this film the conservative religiosity of people is set against the simplicity of just living lovingly. The challenge for me as a director was to make this film credible in it's simplicity and more importantly to steer away from sanctimony and present the audience with reality, the reality of testimony.

Walk the Talk
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