Swaziland born and bred actor Richard E Grant has come on board as the patron of the annual MTN BUSHFIRE arts festival, which takes place in the picturesque Swazi kingdom from 25 to 27 May 2012.
A California jury today ordered The Walt Disney Company to pay Celador International $269.4 million in damages, ruling that Disney breached its profit sharing agreement for ABC's version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
3DD has signed a co-production deal with ITN Source, a leading provider of broadcast footage, to create a series that celebrates the history and glamour of the Cannes Film Festival.
The new runaway train type action movie, Unstoppable, starring Oscar winner Denzel Washington and Star Trek’s Chris Pine, opened in top spot at the South African box office over the weekend of 12 to 14 November. Released with 60 prints, the film made R1.1m.
MARTIN CHEMHERE writes. VavavumSiyaTour’a Swaziland, the inaugural Swazi Festival, which runs from 24 to 28 August in Mbabane, will screen Emmangweni (a television series by PS Studio Promotions), the feature film Destiny (Markins Productions) and shorts from SIPFTA (Swaziland Independent Producers, Film and TV Association).
New South African short film Elegy for a Revolutionary - from director Paul Van Zyl and Market Street Productions (MSP) - has won a prestigious Award of Merit from the www.bestshorts...
Shileola Ibironke began her career at media production company CMA Africa as a sales executive. Ten years later she went on to found one...
Children and youth up to the age of 18 and resident anywhere in Africa are called upon to enter films in all genres, lengths and formats for the 3rd Kids For Kids Africa Competition, a programme of the International Centre of Cinema for Children and Youth (CIFEJ).
The South African actress took home the award for Best Supporting Actress at the National Film Awards UK for her role in A United Kingdom...
The eagerly anticipated documentary, Obama’s White House, will premiere at Origins Centre in Johannesburg on 27 February. The screening has been organised by the National Geographic Channel and Origins Centre.