Sierra Leone filmmakers join forces to document the devastating effect of Ebola in their...

The 2014 Ebola outbreak remains one of the deadliest health disasters in West Africa

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

Ellen, The Ellen Pakkies Story trailer released

The crime drama has already made quite an impact overseas

Cape Town filmmaker wins inaugural SundanceTV Shorts Competition for South Africa

SCREEN AFRICA EXCLUSIVE: We all have a secret hope that when the time comes, our funeral will draw a large crowd of loved ones,...

Durban International Film Festival gears up for its 2018 edition

This year, the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), the leading event of its kind on the African continent, is once again bringing film-lovers and...

9th Durban FilmMart: Creating Networks, Developing Content and Building the Business of Film in...

One of Africa’s premier film industry events, the Durban FilmMart (DFM), a joint programme of the eThekwini Municipality’s Durban Film Office (DFO) and the...

Realness announces 2018 participants at Cannes Film Festival

Realness is a screenwriter’s residency initiative, conceived by Elias Ribeiro and Cait Pansegrouw of Urucu Media, that affords a new generation of filmmakers the...

Inside the making of SA crime thriller, Nommer 37

South African crime thriller, Nommer 37, was first introduced to audiences as a short in 2014

Kings of Mulberry Street commences principal photography in KZN

Kings of Mulberry Street is a feature film written and directed by Judy Naidoo

Nommer 37 now at local cinemas

SA crime thriller, Nommer 37, premiered at local cinemas on 1 June
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