On 18 and 19 November, in partnership with Ster-Kinekor Cinema Nouveau and the Goethe Institut, Big Bad Wolf Pictures is presenting an international Short Film Festival through the company's initiative the "Our City Film Project", a filmmakers collective comprising of young filmmakers from around the world
Four Kenyan movies and TV shows currently on Showmax received a whopping 26 nominations in the 2017 Kalasha International Film and TV Awards, announced by the Kenya Film Commission on Wednesday, 8 November 2017 in Nairobi. The following nominees are available to stream on Showmax in East Africa:
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and Performing Arts Centre of the Free State, are offering part-time training opportunity to individuals who wish to train as scriptwriters in the film and television arena.
After 8 years of lobbying, the Writers' Guild of South Africa (WGSA) has finally secured its seat at the International Affiliation of Writers Guilds (IAWG).
The film Call Me Thief or Noem My Skollie has made its UK premiere as part of London’s Film Africa Festival. The film’s Director Daryne Joshua was in the UK to promote the film, which is gaining international recognition.
Egg Films’ Lebogang Rasethaba directed Tinqoh, Brothers For Life Yenzakahle’s new ad.
You can now binge-watch 20 short films from this year’s kykNET Silwerskerm Film Festival, first and only on Showmax. Ranging from fantasy to crime dramas to comedies, this year’s diverse collection of short films shows that the future of Afrikaans film has never been brighter.
SuperSport was a big winner at the international Clio awards, walking away with a gold award at a glittering event in Los Angeles last week. The Clio awards recognise innovation and creative excellence in advertising and are judged by an esteemed international panel.
Arcade Content’s Kyle Lewis took some time out of advertising to direct Sebentin (Haters), Zakwe’s eye-popping new music video featuring Cassper Nyovest and Musiholiq.