Established in 2012, Screendance Africa has had one mission: to encourage and grow the medium of Screendance on the African continent.
Raindance Film Festival is the largest and most important independent film festival in the UK. Now in its 24th year, it is based in the heart of London's buzzing West End film district.
Mmabatho Kau will join Producers Dapo Oshiyemi, Dipo Abdul and Director Michelle Bello as Co-producer on the film 'And the Spirit Slowly Dies'.
Until October 21, experienced producers from around the world may submit new feature film projects to the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2016.
Despite the ongoing closure of labs worldwide, Cinelab UK installed a new Photomec negative processor and ready for South African film productions shooting on film. The newly built environment is clinically clean and has a wow factor seldom seen in a film laboratory.
UK distributor Talking Drum Entertainment responsible for the releases of Tango with Me and Flower Girl have secured the rights to the hit romantic comedy When Love Happens. A provisional UK theatrical release date has been set for 4th September, 2015.
Michelle Bello the British/Nigerian award winning Director (Flower Girl) is set to go back behind the camera to direct her next film project, a 40 minute Family Drama with strong thriller elements titled 'And the Spirit Slowly Dies' written and produced by UK based Writer/Producer Dapo Oshiyemi.
About 20 emerging South African filmmakers are at the 68th Annual Cannes International Film Festival in France, where they are showcasing their expertise and potentially selling their projects to various buyers.
In its second year of operations The KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission (KZNFC) will attend the Cannes Film Festival 2015. As an official partner at the South African pavilion in partnership with the National Film and Video Foundation, the KZNFC announces its line-up of events for the festival.
Actress Terry Pheto is at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival as co-producer of the film Ayanda. In 2006, Pheto was unable to attend Cannes when her breakout role in Tsotsi was gathering praise because she was busy shooting the political thriller Catch a Fire. by Jerome Cornelius