Ojukokoro to headline Nollywood 3.0 event in America

Nollywood 3.0 will debut with the feature film, Ojukokoro (Greed) at the Metrograph in New York on 13 April 2018

The importance of the gaffer in an ever-changing film world

The word gaffer in the old English dictionary is described as the ‘foreman of the docks’, which when broken down is probably the best...

Director Speak: Peri van Papendorp

Giant Film’s director, Peri van Papendorp chats to Screen Africa about his journey from writer to filmmaker…

Thembi explores the living conditions of South African female inmates

The feature film Thembi casts a spotlight on the everyday life and living conditions of South Africa’s female prisoners. 

Five Fingers for Marseilles trailer

Five Fingers for Marseilles opens at cinemas nationwide on 6 April 2018

Film industry development boost for Nelson Mandela Bay

Port Elizabeth-based screen content hub, The Media Workshop, has employed ten film graduates as interns this year, as part of a broader film industry development initiative.

Award-winning Democrats documentary now unbanned in Zimbabwe

Zimbabweans can now watch the documentary Democrats which chronicles Zimbabwe's 2013 Constitution-making process

CTIAF will host the first “Road to Annecy” pitch session

The NFVF in partnership with MIFA will host the first-ever “Road to Annecy” pitch session, at CTIAF on 2 March 2018

Farewell Angela van Schalkwyk

As someone who had the amazing opportunity of working alongside Angela for 14 years at Screen Africa, I think it’s important to acknowledge how...

Africa embraces the “queer movement” through film festivals

Film Festivals devoted to the celebration and discussion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) productions, known as “queer movements” date back as far...
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