'Two Dum Micks,' an offbeat comedic short film, written, directed, and produced by D.B Sweeney and edited by Keith Kristinat at The Colonie is sweeping the festival circuit with over two dozen first-place awards to date.
The Colonie is on the AICP Post Awards' shortlist with two of the company's projects receiving nominations for exceptional work. Editor Nathan Rodgers is a finalist in the Music Video category for his contribution to Taylor Bennett's 'Rock 'N' Roll.'
Electronic Arts and Neill Blomkamp, the Academy Award-nominated South African director of District 9, Elysium, and Chappie have revealed that they have collaborated on Conviction, an original live-action short-film based on BioWare's Anthem.
Cape Town's deeply historical District Six is one of the most interesting, and emotionally charged areas in the city. From paintings to documentaries and live stage productions, District Six has been immortalised in many creative ways.
A one-minute movie has been made featuring the two poor brothers who walked 14km to save their neighbour's sick dog. The Daily Voice brought you the heartwarming story of Peter Cedras, 11, and Gerry, eight.
'The Bellos', Africa's first short-format sitcom for TV and social media produced by KMP Media Group, Johannesburg, is now released. Written by screenwriter Cilla Lowen, who has a penchant for the comedy genre, the story-line is covered in 26 five minute episodes.
Director Jarryd Coetsee's multiple award-winning short film The Suit is now streaming to over 100 million subscribers in over 200 countries and territories on Amazon Prime.
The pride of South Africa, Lion Lager took the second screen by storm with the launch of the ground breaking digital series called 'iLobola NgeBhubesi" as part of the relaunch of the brand and their "Lion is back at R10" campaign.
South African director Zwelethu Radebe's short film, The Hangman has bagged another international award. It won Best Foreign Film at the 22nd annual LA Shorts International Film Festival.
From stories about contemporary dance in South Africa to deeply moving and tragic tales about love, resentment, anger and redemption - this year's South African short film slate at the African Film Festival in New York (NYAFF) entrenched itself in history. by Rozanne Els
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