Africa mourns the loss of three filmmakers in one week

In one week, Africa lost three talented filmmakers: Adama Salle from Burkina Faso, Bakary Diallo from Mali and Lorenzo Mbiahou from Cameroon...

The slothful pace of the Kenyan film industry

Kenya’s film Industry is growing in leaps and bounds. There have been some significant developments that have made the cinema industry in the country attract global attention, from Lupita Nyong’o winning an Oscar...

De Palma’s Iraq film releases in US

It will be interesting to see how, Redacted, the new film from Brian De Palma based on the case of the rape and murder of a teenage Iraqi girl by US soldiers...

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom premieres in Berlin

South African producer Anant Singh’s Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom premiered in Berlin, Germany on Tuesday 28 January...

Saying goodbye to Faan- Faan van Tonder (7 April 1940 – 13 October 2013)

A client and, in the latter years of his life, a personal friend and mentor, Faan van Tonder sadly passed away on the morning of Sunday 13 October at the Sunninghill Hospital in Johannesburg, after being in a coma for more than 12 weeks following an AVM stroke and procedure...

Spud 3 Learning To Fly

South Africa's best-loved teen, Spud, is back and this time there's no end to the madness he and his friends conjure...

Khumba celebrates world premiere in France

Khumba, the second 3D animated feature from South Africa’s Triggerfish Animation Studios, celebrates its world premiere at France’s Annecy International Animation Festival this week...

Launch of multi-platform distributor of South African produced content

In a first of its kind in the country, a new video-on-demand service, ONStv, has been established with the objective of keeping South African expatriates connected to their roots through the provision of locally produced film and television content...

CT Studios gets first major project

A 3D live action film of the comic book character Judge Dredd is to be made at the Hollywood style Cape Town Film Studios, which officially opens in October this year.

Cinema Nouveau screens Oscar-nominated films

Cinema Nouveau is lining up the Oscar-nominated films over the next two months for South African audiences ...
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