South African Independent Film Festival returns for a second year

The 2019 South African Independent Film Festival (SAIFF), kicked off on 18 May in Johannesburg and is set to go for 26 May in Cape Town

Encounters announces opening night film

The 21st Encounters South African International Documentary Festival has announced its opening night film as well as a host of the most talked-about non-fiction films

African filmmakers unite under ‘Pavillon Afriques’ at Festival de Cannes 2019

South Africa will feature strongly in the documentary segment of the festival, with four films selected to be screened at the 'Doc Corner'

Locations Africa Expo and Conference at 10th Durban FilmMart

The Durban FilmMart will host the inaugural Locations Africa Expo and Conference, an exciting and innovative new addition to this year’s 10th edition

Africa needs superheroes for its own stories

The 2019 Design Indaba was a joyous celebration of how sustainable design can create meaningful change in the world and solve real-world problems at their source

Director Speak: Daniel Snaddon

Screen Africa chatted to Daniel Snaddon, founding director of the Cape Town International Animation Festival and director of Zog

Meet the Colourist: Kyle Stroebel

Kyle Stroebel, colourist at Refinery in Cape Town, talks about his latest project, Flatland

Durban International Film Festival reveals programmers for it 40th edition

Eight programmers have been working tirelessly for four months to consolidate a strong programme for the 40th Durban International Film Festival

Someone To Blame – The Ahmed Timol Inquest wins SAFTA award

Someone To Blame - The Ahmed Timol Inquest has been awarded a 2019 SAFTA for Best Documentary Short

Catherine Meyburgh and Richard Pakleppa’s Dying for Gold premieres at Hot Docs in Canada

Catherine Meyburgh and Richard Pakleppa are the co-directors and co-producers of Dying for Gold
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