Biography KEN SIBANDA (Kissinger Sibanda) is a South African American writer and movie director. A lawyer by training.
Holds two law degrees: from, University of London (with Honors) and Temple School of Law.
Wrote plays and stories as a teenager and published a collection of poems: If God was a Poet and The Songs of Soweto: Poems From A Post Apartheid South Africa aged 21.
Produced freelance for Quintet Productions and Mail & Guardian T.V in South Africa.
Trained as a director from work as a screenwriter; and actor in both theater and as an extra in studio films, including American Gangster.
Wrote and directed the short films, “American Rio” and the silent short film, “The Triangle”.
Wrote science-fiction novel, "The Return To Gibraltar." (Proteus Books USA, 396 pages).