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#OnTheBigScreen: The return of a superhero family, horror and comedy
#OnTheBigScreen: The return of a superhero family, horror and comedy

The European Film Festival, Incredibles 2, Hereditary and Super Troopers 2 open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 15 Jun 2018

CTIFMF executive chairman Rafiq Samsodien.
CTIFMF 2018 ready to Create. Collaborate. Celebrate.

The Cape Town International Film Market and Festival will take place from 9-19 October 2018 at venues across the V&A Waterfront as well as in select sites across the city of Cape Town...

13 Jun 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Truth is stranger than fiction
#OnTheBigScreen: Truth is stranger than fiction

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Based on a True Story (D'après une histoire vraie) and Macbeth open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 8 Jun 2018

The AFDA Experimental Festival 2018
The AFDA Experimental Festival 2018

The upcoming annual AFDA Experimental Festival promises to be a jaw-dropping, eye-popping and mind-boggling experience across all the AFDA campuses...

By Eare Holmes, Issued by AFDA 6 Jun 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Crime, mystery and human drama
#OnTheBigScreen: Crime, mystery and human drama

Nommer 37 , Chappaquiddick, Overboard, Breaking In and the Ecounters Documentary Festival open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 1 Jun 2018

Encounters 2018 to support South Africa's rising young talent
Encounters 2018 to support South Africa's rising young talent

Ster-Kinekor Cinema Nouveau will host the 2018 edition of the annual creative documentary film festival, Encounters. A selection of 37 local and international features and short films will be screened at the Cinema Nouveau Rosebank Mall in Johannesburg and the Cinema Nouveau V&A Waterfront in Cape Town from 31 May-10 June 2018.

31 May 2018

Nosipho Dumisa on her breakout film Nommer 37
Nosipho Dumisa on her breakout film Nommer 37

Daniel Dercksen chats with 29-year-old writer/director Nosipho Dumisa, about her feature film debut, the South African crime-thriller Nommer 37, opening in cinemas on 1 June 2018.

By Daniel Dercksen 31 May 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Solo: A Star Wars Story, romance, dancing and opera
#OnTheBigScreen: Solo: A Star Wars Story, romance, dancing and opera

Solo: A Star Wars Story, Please Stand By, Finding Your Feet and Cendrillon open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 25 May 2018

The best of European film back in SA cinemas
The best of European film back in SA cinemas

South African film enthusiasts can look forward to a true cinema style experience at this year's European Film Festival (EUFF) taking place from 21 June to 1 July 2018 at Cinema Nouveau: Rosebank, Brooklyn and the V&A Waterfront.

22 May 2018

#FairnessFirst: #CannesYouSeeUs trends at Cannes Film Festival
#FairnessFirst: #CannesYouSeeUs trends at Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes Film Festival is usually filled with chatter about the winning work and those impressive evening gowns the celebs wear. Comments following the 2018 version are proving more substantial than usual, as diversity was front and foremost at the 71st Cannes Film Festival...

By Leigh Andrews 21 May 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Outrageous comedy and war drama
#OnTheBigScreen: Outrageous comedy and war drama

Deadpool 2, Life Of The Party and Journey's End open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 18 May 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Faith, garden gnomes, and postpartum blues
#OnTheBigScreen: Faith, garden gnomes, and postpartum blues

I Can Only Imagine, Traffik, Tully, Beirut, Sherlock Gnomes and Luisa Miller open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 11 May 2018

Die Storie Van Ellen Pakkies to show at Seattle International Film Festival
Die Storie Van Ellen Pakkies to show at Seattle International Film Festival

Ellen, Die Storie Van Ellen Pakkies will be screened at the annual Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) in the USA, which will be held from 17 May-10 June 2018.

7 May 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Celestial guides, romance and Maya The Bee
#OnTheBigScreen: Celestial guides, romance and Maya The Bee

This week sees the release of seven new films: the sci-fi adventure A Wrinkle In Time, the romances Every Day and My Blind Date With Life, the Indian comedy-drama 102 Not Out, Unsane, I Feel Pretty, and Maya The Bee: The Honey Games.

By Daniel Dercksen 4 May 2018

Avengers: Infinity War is surprising in unexpected ways
Avengers: Infinity War is surprising in unexpected ways

Avengers: Infinity War will surprise you in ways that you won't expect before you sit down to watch it.

By Natalie Le Clue 4 May 2018

Avengers: Infinity War lives up to high expectations
Avengers: Infinity War lives up to high expectations

Ten years, 18 movies, a lot of hype and finally Avengers: Infinity War arrives. The question is, does the movie deliver?

By Charles Siboto 2 May 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Superheroes, romance, and Mozart
#OnTheBigScreen: Superheroes, romance, and Mozart

This weekend it's big screen action with Avengers: Infinity War; intimate romance with the Afrikaans film Wonderlus; a contemporary Cinderella comedy with Madame; and opera lovers can indulge in the Met Opera's Così Fan Tutte.

By Daniel Dercksen 26 Apr 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Scandal, stalkers, sex and live theatre
#OnTheBigScreen: Scandal, stalkers, sex and live theatre

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House, The Strangers: Prey at Night, Early Man, Blockers and Julius Caesar open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 19 Apr 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Monsters, monstrous deeds, and magic
#OnTheBigScreen: Monsters, monstrous deeds, and magic

It's Friday the 13th this week and there are some scary monsters unleashed on the big screen; Colossal, Rampage, Roman J. Israel, Esq. and Here Comes The Grump open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 13 Apr 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: A local western, romance, terrorism and monsters
#OnTheBigScreen: A local western, romance, terrorism and monsters

A Quiet Place, Five Fingers For Marseilles, Hampstead, Midnight Sun, 7 Days In Entebbe and Semiramide open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 6 Apr 2018

Five Fingers for Marseilles - A contemporary South African western
Five Fingers for Marseilles - A contemporary South African western

Five Fingers for Marseilles fuses western influences, from classic to spaghetti and revisionist eras, into a contemporary South African drama written by Sean Drummond and directed by Michael Matthews.

By Daniel Dercksen 5 Apr 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: A road movie, VR, a chick flick, and live theatre
#OnTheBigScreen: A road movie, VR, a chick flick, and live theatre

The Leisure Seeker, Winchester, Susters, Ready Player One, Peter Rabbit, Acrimony and Cat On A Hot Tin Roof release at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 29 Mar 2018

Tjovitjo won the Golden Horn Award for Best TV Drama. © Saftas.
All the winners: Saftas 2018

The 12th Annual South African Film and Television Awards took place on Saturday, 24 March 2018 at the Sun City Superbowl and was hosted by Thando Thabethe and Phat Joe...

26 Mar 2018

Phat Joe was the presenter at night one of the Saftas. © .
Saftas Technical Awards announce winners

Last night, the television and film industry celebrated outstanding work done within the technical craft of the industry at night one of the 2018 South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas) held at Sun City, Bokone Bophirima...

23 Mar 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Film stars, crooks, apostles and monsters
#OnTheBigScreen: Film stars, crooks, apostles and monsters

Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool, Gringo , Paul, Apostle Of Christ and Pacific Rim Uprising open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 22 Mar 2018

Tomb Raider proves uninspiring
Tomb Raider proves uninspiring

In 1996, Toby Gard and Core Design created a character that revolutionised gaming. As one of the first 3D gaming characters, Lara Croft not only holds the Guinness World Record as the most recognisable female video game character, but has also become a cultural icon still beloved by Tomb Raider fans the world over.

By Natalie Le Clue 19 Mar 2018

Annihilation has all the makings of a cult classic
Annihilation has all the makings of a cult classic

Annihilation is the most recent offering by director Alex Garland, which serves as an addition to the current science fiction surge that has been bubbling since last year's Blade Runner 2049.

By Lerato Serumula 16 Mar 2018

#OnTheBigScreen: Family rules, action & Winnie the Pooh
#OnTheBigScreen: Family rules, action & Winnie the Pooh

Meerkat Maantuig, Marrowbone, Tomb Raider and Goodbye Christopher Robin open at cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 15 Mar 2018

Q&A with Meerkat Maantuig writer/director Hanneke Schutte
Q&A with Meerkat Maantuig writer/director Hanneke Schutte

Meerkat Maantuig is inspired by the youth novella, Blinde Sambok, by renowned South African author Riana Scheepers...

By Daniel Dercksen 14 Mar 2018

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