Deakins wins for lensing at ASC Awards

Roger Deakins was awarded top honours at the 27th Annual American Society of Cinematography Awards for Outstanding Achievement for his lensing of Skyfall...

Harry Potter says goodbye

Fans of the phenomenally popular Harry Potter film franchise will be interested to learn that the world premiere of the final installment, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallow - Part 2, has been set for 7 July this year.

SAG losing business

With the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) of America still in contract stalemate with the Hollywood studio executives as represented by the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers (AMPTP) after nearly three months, SAG’s sister union seems to be benefitting.

SA screenplay catches US attention

Cape Town scriptwriter Shirley Johnston’s feature screenplay "Felix!’ has been declared a quarter-finalist in Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest.

Durban FilmMart winners announced

Live from Zimbabwe was announced winner of the Hubert Bals Fund Award for outstanding fiction project at the Durban FilmMart Co-Production & Finance Market on 23 July. The prize money of...

Big budget US film planned for Cape Town

The Cape Town Film Commission (CTFC) is finalising a deal which could result in a $150m film being shot in Cape Town...

SA films still on circuit

After 11 and 10 weeks of release on the South African cinema circuit respectively, the local hit films Liefling and Spud are still drawing in audiences. As at 10 February Liefling (2 prints) had made R13.2m and Spud (19 prints) R16.7m.

African kids to vote in Kids’ Choice Awards

Nickelodeon has announced the nominees for the milestone 25th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards (KCA), helmed by international superstar Will Smith and taking place in Los Angeles' Galen Center on Saturday 31 March 2012.

Design Indaba Film Fest

The Design Indaba Film Fest 2011 runs from 18 to 27 February and will feature names such as Banksy, Massimo Vignelli, Bruce Mau, Javier Mariscal, Yves Saint Laurent,Valentino, Jan Kaplicky, Ant Farm, David Hockney, Buckminster Fuller, and Robin and Lucienne Day.

High schools film fest

The learners of the Safer Schools Video Production Programme, organised by Cape-based Youth Media Movement, have produced four five-minute videos on the theme of safer schools.
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