Gravel Road is thrilled to announce the acquisition of this year's Oscar(r) winning film, Parasite. Rights are for all-media, excluding theatrical, for Southern Africa.
Forty years after its original release, South African audiences will get the chance to experience Apocalypse Now: Final Cut, a never-before-seen and newly restored cut of Coppola's spectacular cinematic masterpiece in a way which the director believes "looks better than it has ever looked and sounds better
Christiaan Olwagen's 80's musical drama, Canary (Kanarie), starring comedian Schalk Bezuidenhout, will be celebrating its theatrical release in Los Angeles at the Leammle Glendale theatre on Friday, 7 June, followed by a release on DVD and VOD on 18 June.
Netflix has signaled that Africa holds massive untapped potential for their expansion -- and even Thierry Fremaux recognizes the continent is about to have a filmmaking explosion. By Tambay Obenson
Vibescout has become the go to destination for people looking for things to do in South Africa from movies to entertainment to events.
Marvel's Avengers: Endgame film has not just shattered American and global cinema records but also box office records in South Africa, East Africa and West Africa, where it raked in respectively, a massive R34 million, kes 33 million, and N214.4 million to become the biggest industry opening weekend openin
I am Jokfu Nkewir Peter AKA Montana Peters CEO of Sumit Productions Cameroon and we have movies which are ready for the market. So looking for potential distributors who can join us put this massive mine blowing movie out to the world.
The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has just published its draft findings on competition in the pay-TV market. The regulator is worried about DStv owner Multichoice's dominance of the market - despite competition from the likes of Netflix. By Phillip de Wet
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.
After a year of mixed fortunes in 2017, South Africa's cinema industry recorded a prosperous 2018 with audience attendance numbers and ad revenue stabilising and holding their own against other media types. And signs point to 2019 being an exciting year for this sector. By Michael Bratton
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