URUSARO International Women Film Festival – Rwanda

Founded in 2015, the URUSARO International Women Film Festival is an annual cultural exhibition that promotes women in cinema for the benefit of the society and gender equality

Stage 5 Films announces award for ‘Most Promising Narrative Feature Film Project’ at DFM...

The R50 000 cash prize will be accompanied by an additional R25 000 worth of script coverage, production support, market analysis and packaging for further finance

South African premiere of Buddha in Africa at Durban International Film Festival

'Buddha in Africa', directed by Nicole Schafer, has been selected in the International Documentary Competition at DIFF 2019, for the second leg of its South African premiere

Director Speak: Rehad Desai

Screen Africa speaks to award-winning director and producer Rehad Desai…

Wavescape Festival unveils ocean-conscious line-up for DIFF 2019

The Wavescape Surf and Ocean Festival has announced a bumper line-up of 19 films at the Durban International Film Festival, with the addition of a unique evening of talks dedicated to the ocean

NFVF announces South African films in ZIFF 2019 official selection

The National Film and Video Foundation will be leading a delegation of South African filmmakers to the 22nd edition of the Zanzibar International Film Festival

Bhai’s Cafe to close 40th Durban International Film Festival

The South Africa-meets-Bollywood Bhai’s Cafe, directed by Maynard Kraak, will officially close this year’s 40th Durban International Film Festival on 27 July

South African short film Lace screens at Cannes

The result of a 48 Hour Film Project (48 HFP) challenge, Lace is the debut film from Johannesburg-based production company, VIVA Pictures

Sam The Hedgehog: A local short about autism acceptance

The film, conceived by Johannesburg-based animation studio MAAN Creative and writer Julia Smuts Louw, seeks to shed light on the experience of autistic children and their caregivers

Durban International Film Festival announces Jahmil X. T. Qubeka’s Knuckle City as opening night...

The film, produced and edited by award-winning Layla Swart of Yellowbone Entertainment, together with Mzansi Magic, is the acclaimed Qubeka’s much-anticipated fourth feature film
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