Mayfair, the new film by award-winning director Sara Blecher (Ayanda, Dis Ek Anna, Otelo Burning) and writer Neil McCarthy, is already making waves around the world.
While it has been two decades since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission concluded, bringing to a close South Africa’s cathartic period of reckoning with its violent history of racial segregation, director Roland Joffé’s new film returns to that time to grapple with the terrible truths of apartheid and
It is the end of an era for The Prop House in Cape Town, and you can own your own piece of their history at an auction.
As producer Michael Auret gets ready for the reception of his latest two films, Die Stropers/The Harvesters and An Act of Defiance at this month’s Silwerskerm Fees, he is celebrating a decade as the head of Spier Films, the Cape-originated film finance and production house.
We've all had our fair share of bad dates but when it comes to the worst of them, few can beat the experiences of poor Buyi Dube in the new film ‘Looking for Love’ by Nigerian-born filmmaker Adze Ugah, which portrays some of the perils of the local dating scene for women who are almost 40.
Netflix announced that it will be debuting an African original documentary titled, City of Joy. The documentary follows the unlikely friendship that develops between Congolese doctor Dr.
Director and scriptwriter, Nosipho Dumisa, has won the Cheval Noir Jury Prize for Best Director at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, Canada, for her debut motion picture, Nommer 37.
“Louder” is an unfunded Independent feature film produced in the UAE which is currently in post production to be premiered on the 14th September 2018.
As Hollywood’s diversity problems have provoked a reckoning everywhere from the writers’ room to the boardroom, South African helmer Jenna Bass has asked what it’s like to literally inhabit someone else’s skin. By Christopher Vourlias
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