The multi-award-winning Kenyan superhero film Supa Modo is now streaming first on Showmax in Africa. Jo (Stycie Waweru) is a witty nine-year-old terminally ill girl obsessed with Jackie Chan movies.
World renowned South African actor, Arnold Vosloo, will be playing the leading role of Colonel Dick De Waal, the investigating officer of the case. This will be his first Afrikaans film in more than 30 years and he is excited to return to his native country to work on this project.
Just a year ago, Cape Town residents faced a crisis that threatened to lead to taps running dry. Now the city has received world attention for how the disaster was averted.
The Encounters South African International Documentary Festival has announced the appointment of Mandisa Ralane as Festival Director for its 21st edition this June.
If laughter is the best medicine, then Funny People Africa is just what the doctor ordered for South Africa at a time when Eskom is making us all feel sick and tired.
Future Man's combination of silly comedy and clever sci-fi has made it a rare genre hit with critics, who've given Season 2 a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Collider hailed it as a "sci-fi comedy triumph" while Den of Geek praised it as an "unpredictable, one-of-a-kind comedy...
Atanasio Nyusi, a compelling storyteller and legendary Mapiko dancer, takes us on a visually dramatic journey through Mozambique's past and present.
AFDA is proud to announce the selection of three AFDA 2018 graduation films as candidates for the Student Academy Awards 2019. The Student Academy Awards is an international student film competition conducted by the Academy and the Academy Foundation.
South Africa's local film industry is becoming a serious economic player, but for all the advances in technology, film distribution has become far more complex. Forbes Africa delves into whether theatrical releases are still feasible.