Robert dos Santos’ 90-second film that was shot in one long continuous take, ‘A Moment’, was recently accepted into the Los Angeles Film Awards.
From ‘I May Destroy You’ to ‘We Are Who We Are’, here’s what you can watch on Showmax in celebration of Pride Month.
South African-born filmmaker Phumi Morare’s film ‘Lakutshon’ Ilanga’ has been shortlisted for a prestigious Bafta Student Film Award.
Cape Town short film ‘Two Hues’ continues to make waves globally with a second award from the North Europe International Film Festival.
‘Save Ralph’ is a short film featuring a bunny being interviewed for a doccie as he goes through his daily routine as a “tester” in a lab.
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi and his wife, Rachel, are executive producers of ‘We Are Dying Here’, which is based on a Siphokazi Jonas stage piece.
The short film which chronicles the cultural paradox a Muslim woman who is also a rape victim, has to overcome, was shot in Cape Town’s Bo-Kaap.
From ‘Zog’ to ‘The Snail and the Whale’, here are African films and series that made waves internationally this year.
Talia Smith tells the tale of love and loss through her award-winning film ‘Umama’ which stars Connie Chiume.
The award-winning ‘My Father the Mover’ has recently been acquired by MTV Documentary Films.
Going the extra mile – high, and across the world: Volkswagen’s new T-Roc defies the norm to move the boundaries of modern motoring.
Progress SA’s #YourFreedomYourFuture Competition gives aspiring writers and filmmakers the opportunity to share what freedom means to them in an essay or short film.