Polanski’s film at Berlinale

Infamous director Roman Polanski (Rosemary’s Baby, The Pianist), may be under house arrest in Gstaad, Switzerland

DIFF goes scouting at Cannes

Organisers of the 2011 Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) attended the recent Cannes Film Festival and Hot Docs in Canada to source the best new feature film and documentary titles from around the world...

“Fourth screen’ at Encounters

The Encounters Documentary Festival 2007 in association with Mobfest will introduce aspirant filmmakers to the "fourth screen' at the workshop entitled "Empowering Filmmakers through the use of New Media'.

StarTimes partners with One Championship to screen MMA content in Africa

StarTimes has partnered with ONE Championship. According to the deal, StarTimes will screen the world-class MMA content...

Elements of cinema: the test of time

Re-creating a world from another time requires meticulous research and creativity from modern filmmakers, who must serve the story whilst staying true to its origin. The team behind SAFTA- winning film Faan se Trein, describe how they brought an Afrikaans classic to life...

Film studios escape CT fire

A fire which broke out in Cape Town was extinguished before it could reach the nearby Cape Town Film Studios...

Vrou Soek Boer takes over R1.2m at SA box office

New Afrikaans release Vrou Soek Boer, directed by Maynard Kraak, has earned more than R1.2m during its opening weekend at the South African box office...

“Bunny Chow’ selected for Rotterdam awards competition

John Barker’s film "Bunny Chow' has been selected to compete in the Rotterdam Film Festival’s Tiger Awards, to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, from 24 January to 4 February. This screening will be its European premier.

ITU Telecom World 2011

South Africa will have a National Pavilion at the upcoming International Telecommunications Union’s (ITU) Telecom World, which takes place from 24 to 27 October at the Geneva PALEXPO, Switzerland.

Malawi regulator talks digital

The president of the regulatory agency responsible for Malawi’s broadcast sector (MACRA), Thengo Maloya, said at a workshop on digital broadcasting on 9 July that the transition from analogue to digital would facilitate communication in the country and provide high quality television images and sound.
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