Harry’s back!

The battle of the Hollywood blockbuster sequels at the South African box office has been stepped up a notch with the release of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix'

Starship Troopers invade SA

Cape Town production house Film Afrika is managing the five-week South African shoot of "Starship Troopers: Marauder'.

Laszlo Kovacs dies

World renowned cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs (ASC) died in Los Angeles on 22 July at the age of 74. Some of Kovacs’ best known works include cult films such as "Easy Rider', "Five Easy Pieces', "Shampoo', "Paper Moon' and "New York, New York'.

Murder Most Foul with Sir Antony Sher

Encounters Festival is pleased to announce securing a special screening for the world premiere of Oscar© award-winning director Jon Blair’s latest film, Murder Most Foul, which explores the murder of actor Brett Goldin and fashion designer Richard Bloom in the early hours of Easter Sunday morning 2006.

Call to Commonwealth filmmakers

Broadcasters and independent filmmakers from across the five regions of the Commonwealth are invited to submit initial entries to the Vision Awards by providing a written scenario for a short film.

M-Net extends Egoli contract for 17th year

For the seventeenth consecutive year, pay-television operator M-Net and Franz Marx Films, producers of South Africa's evergreen soap, have renewed their production agreement on the production of Egoli.

Mail & Guardian silenced

In the early hours of Friday morning, 20 July in the Pretoria High Court, Judge Lettie Molopa interdicted the M&G from publishing the details of a final draft of an internal report into alleged corruption, abuse of power and intimidation at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).

Free project development mentoring

Little Pond Production Trust offers free mentoring on the development of projects and projects about to go into production.

Public called on to vote on ROSCARS

The Durban Wild Talk Africa Film Festival is calling on the public to vote on this year’s wildlife, travel and cultural film entries.

Hood to direct “Wolverine’

Variety.com reports that Gavin Hood, writer/director of South Africa’s first ever Oscar-winning feature film "Tsotsi' will direct Hugh Jackman in an "X-Men' spin-off.
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