There’s a diverse range of local and lekker South African content coming to Showmax this April, from hit rom-coms (Happiness Is A Four-Letter Word) to SAFTA-winning dance films (Hear Me Move); top stand-up comedians like Jason Goliath and Joey Rasdien to hard-hitting documentaries about l
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) invites South African filmmakers to submit their films in the following categories short films, documentary or feature fiction films to screen at the 3rd BRICS Film Festival from the 19th-29th July 2018.
The South African city sees its share of celebs coming through to film and play. Cape Town, South Africa, may have been in the international news most recently for its water crisis, but it’s far more glamorous than those storylines. by Kathryn Romeyn
FCB Africa was named Agency of the Year at the inaugural edition of the CICLOPE Awards held in Cape Town this week, the only festival dedicated to recognising craft in advertising and moving image.
“This is your country” is the new campaign from SA Tourism thats aims to inspire South Africans to travel their own country as part of the Sho't Left, which promotes a culture of local holiday travel. The campaign has been brought to life by Ola! Films.
AfriDocs, the only free streaming platform for the best African documentaries is excited to announce an exclusively curated stream of programming available only on Channel24.
Marvel’s Runaways is now streaming first and only on Showmax in South Africa, TVLine hailed it as “the richest, best-realized Marvel drama of the new TV season,” describing it as “The Breakfast Club meets X-Men with a splash of Stranger Things thrown in.”
Hot Docs is an internationally renowned documentary film festival, conference and marketing event that takes place annually in Toronto, Canada, where filmmakers from all walks of life are granted the opportunity to showcase their work and strengthen ties in the ever expanding documentary community.
Revolting Rhymes won the International Emmy Kids Award for Animation on Tuesday at a ceremony held during MIPTV in Cannes.
The film performed so well on its opening weekend that additional screenings have been organised to cope with demand. South African film Five Fingers for Marseilles, starring Vuyo Dabula, made a significant debut at the box office by raking in more than R500 000 in ticket sales.