Social justice documentary Push special screening and discussion

The social justice film Push by Swedish director Fredrik Gertten will have a special screening at the Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education in Mowbray, Cape Town, on Thursday, 5 December at 6pm
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How Knuckle City found the key to unlocking film finance

The combination of a commercial storyline, an experienced production team and a solid ‘empowerment dividend’ paid off for Yellowbone Entertainment

Joburg Film Festival 2019 announces award-winners

The Joburg Film Festival, brought to you by MultiChoice Group, named Rocks as Best Film at the festival awards gala, held at The Inanda Club on 23 November

The Adiaha Women’s Documentary Award at Encounters 2020

The Ladima Foundation will be awarding its Adiaha Prize for Best Documentary by an African Woman Filmmaker at the 22nd Encounters Documentary Film Festival

A successful opening night for the 2019 Joburg Film Festival

The opening of the six-day festival of cinematic excellence saw celebrities and VIP’s flock into the mammoth structure erected on Sandton Square, which will be home to a series of activations and free screenings throughout the week

Silverline Studios in the spotlight

Screen Africa caught up with Monde Mkhontwana and Ingrid Williams to find out more about the Cape Town-based studio facility and why it has become a favourite amongst content creators from all over the world

Copyright concerns

The Copyright Amendment Bill will give South African creatives rights that they don’t want, while taking away the ones they actually need, says The Coalition for Effective Copyright in South Africa. Here’s what it could mean for film and TV.

Stroop wins prestigious SAB Environmental Media Award

The SAB along with its judging panel announced the winners of the annual SAB Environmental Media of the Year awards on 12 November. Stroop took the Video Media (Long Form) award for 2019

Realness Institute announces call for 2020 submissions

The Realness African Screenwriters Residency has developed 20 film projects in 13 African countries its four years running

Youth and Audience Development Programme encourages young filmmaking talent as part of the Joburg...

As part of the third Joburg Film Festival, the Youth and Audience Development Programme has also been upgraded to encourage and empower young emerging filmmakers across Gauteng
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