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Aryan Kaganof (born Ian Kerkhof) is a South African film maker, novelist, poet and fine artist. In 1999 he changed his name to Aryan Kaganof. He is known for such films as The Dead Man 2: Return of the Dead Man.

Filmography

Novels

  • Hectic! (Pine Slopes Publications, 2002)
  • Uselessly (Jacana, 2006)
  • 12shooters (Pine Slopes Publications, 2007)

Poetry

  • Drive Through Funeral (Pine Slopes Publications, 2003)
  • The Freedom Fighter (Illuseum Press, 2004)
  • Jou Ma Se Poems (Pine Slopes Publications, 2005)
  • The Ballad Of Sugar Moon and Coffin Deadly (Pine Slopes Publications, 2007)




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