Cecil Moller

Cecil George Moller


Cecil Moller is a Namibian film director known for his unique storytelling style and his passion for the Namibian film industry. Born on April 20/23, 1967, in Khomasdal, Windhoek, Moller has made significant contributions to the local and international film scene. Moller's journey in the film industry started in 1993 when he worked on "The Journey," a short film for the African Film Festival in Namibia, where he handled camera and editing responsibilities. He continued to explore different roles in the industry, working as a freelance sound-recordist in 1994. Throughout his career, Moller has embraced diverse themes, including small-town community escapades, outsider experiences, identity, dreams, love, belonging, rebirth, and the absurd. His works, such as "The Naming," "House of Love," "Looking for Ou Pyp," and "Marvin and Stevie and God," have captivated audiences with their unconventional and thought-provoking narratives. Moller's contributions extend beyond his individual projects. He has been a founding member of the Namibia Producers Organization and the Filmmakers Association of Namibia, actively supporting and nurturing the growth of the Namibian film industry. He has also served as a trainer, executive producer, and consultant for various institutions, including the Namibia Film Commission and the Namibia Broadcasting Corporation. With a remarkable portfolio spanning several decades, Moller's impact on the Namibian film industry is undeniable. His dedication to storytelling, commitment to nurturing local talent, and exploration of unconventional narratives make him a significant figure in the world of cinema. As he continues to work on various projects, including the upcoming dramas for ShowMax, Cecil Moller remains a driving force in the Namibian film landscape.