Long-awaited film about Desmond Tutu finally on the big screen!

The Forgiven is a fictionalised account of Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s efforts as the head of the TRC

Ellen Pakkies’ tragedy comes to life on the big screen 

Ellen, Die Storie Van Ellen Pakkies tells the story of Ellen and her stormy relationship with her drug-addicted son

The Recce promises to defy genre

The Recce is set for nationwide release on Friday, 28 September 2018

Siembamba, aka The Lullaby receives eight nominations at AAMA 2018

South African horror film, Siembamba is nominated in eight categories

Stroomop celebrates the strength of women

Stroomop is an inspiring, Afrikaans adventure film by actor and first-time director, Ivan Botha of 17Films

Nommer 37 wins Best Director award at Fantasia International Film Festival

Director and scriptwriter, Nosipho Dumisa, won the Cheval Noir Jury Prize for Best Director

3 Days To Go will put family relationships in the spotlight

Award-winning producer Bianca Isaac’s directorial debut, 3 Days To Go will be released in cinemas nationwide on 25 January 2019

Deep End has its world premiere at DIFF

Local surf film, Deep End, the latest film by Eubulus Timothy produced by Arclight Productions, had its world premiere on Friday, 20 July, at...

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
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