The Film & Publication Board has reclassified the award winning controversial film Inxeba (The Wound) to a rating of X18.
Inxeba (The Wound), the movie telling the story of masculinity and manhood, is now streaming on Netflix, HuffPost South Africa reports. This makes it the first South African film available on the platform.
Ster-Kinekor says it's prepared for any protests at its cinemas as the controversial film Inxeba continues to show at some of its theatres across the country. By Tendani Mulaudzi
Sinemia, an online-movie ticketing business started by a Turkish developer, is in talks with US-based venture-capital investors to fund an expansion in the world’s largest cinema market.
Kweli.tv aims to be the go-to streaming media platform for black filmmakers all over the world to share their content and make money from its distribution. KweliTV handpicks all of its content, with 98 percent of the content having been official selections at film festivals worldwide.
There were a number of famous cinemas in the townships, including the Paragon Cinema in Katlehong, the Kings Cinema in Alexandra, the San Couzi in Kliptown, and the Mathole Cinema in Tembisa.
Cellular operator Cell C has become the latest entrant in the crowded subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) arena, launching a new streaming service called “black”. by Thinus Ferreira
Ster-Kinekor has announced it will install D-BOX, an immersive motion cinema seating technology, at four theatres in Johannesburg (The Zone Rosebank and Mall of Africa), Cape Town (Cavendish Square), and Durban (Gateway Shopping Mall).
For just R1 for popcorn, you can watch a movie at Buhle Sithela’s pop up cinema in Khayelitsha. It has taken him about two years to establish, but Sithela, 22, has realised his dream of bringing cinema to the township with regular weekend film shows. He makes the popcorn himself. By Mary-Anne Gontsana
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