Palestine’s Cinema Jenin revived

The only movie theatre in the West Bank town of Jenin will reopen its doors on 5 August with a three-day film festival.

Erotic art-house festival features at Cinema Nouveau

Cinema Nouveau features five films as part of its Erotic Art-House Fest, which runs until 5 September...

New SA film seeks funds

Michael J Rix, creator of the South African stop-motion feature, Tengers, is raising development funding for his new live action feature project, a comedy titled Koos Koringkriek.

Banned Cameroonian film available on VOD

Renowned Cameroonian director Jean-Pierre Bekolo’s feature film, The President, which is banned in Cameroon, is now available on Africa video-on-demand (VOD) platform, Buni TV...

Allen continues European filmmaking tour

Iconic American filmmaker Woody Allen will make his next film in Rome, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

GFC to support low budget films

The Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) has announced its intention to support the production of production-ready low budget feature films as a slate of films.

Doomsday shot in Cape Town now released nationwide

The science-fiction action thriller Doomsday, directed by Neil Marshall (Descent, Dog Soldiers) for Rogue Pictures and starring Rhona Mitra (The Practice, Boston Legal, Shooter, Skinwalkers) and Academy Award-nominated actor Bob Hoskins (Hollywoodland)

The true story behind Kenyan medical thriller 18 Hours

In 2015 Alex Madaga, a labourer from Nairobi in Kenya, was a victim of a hit and run accident

SA-born actress to star in top Bollywood film

South Africa-born Bollywood actress Tarina Patel is preparing to star in a new film alongside former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, according to TimesLive.

Art events created for cinema screen in SA

A series showcasing the world’s greatest fine art exhibitions uniquely created for cinema audiences, releases exclusively at Cinema Nouveau on 20 July...
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