Theatre buffs are in for a real treat with the screening of the Royal Court Theatre production of Martin McDonagh's sensational Hangmen at Cinema Nouveau. It is one of the best plays you will ever see...
Daniel Dercksen 13 Apr 2016
When the world is devastated by a catastrophic nuclear event in the rousing independent Australian film Z for Zachariah, a solitary young woman (Margot Robbie), thrives on the farm she once shared with her family in a single idyllic valley spared from the radioactive fallout...
Daniel Dercksen 11 Apr 2016
In its 92-year history, Walt Disney Animation Studios has created a long and storied legacy of talking animal films - from Mickey Mouse's debut short Steamboat Willie to Bambi, Dumbo, The Jungle Book, Robin Hood and The Lion King, and returns to the wild with the feature film Zootropolis, which marks Disney Animation Studios' 55th animated feature.
Daniel Dercksen 2 Mar 2016
Daniel Dercksen talks to award-winning producer Bongiwe Selane about her new film Happiness is a Four -Letter Word...
Daniel Dercksen 22 Feb 2016
Marlo Minnaar's powerful one-hander Santa Gamka perfectly captures the heated passion of a young coloured man from the Karoo who sells his body and soul to survive.
Daniel Dercksen 5 Feb 2016
The Finest Hours is an exquisitely well-made film about love and heroism, based on the remarkable true story of the most daring rescue mission in the history of the US Coast Guard, filled with nostalgia and adventure that immerses you emotionally and physically.
Daniel Dercksen 4 Feb 2016
Spotlight tells the astonishing true story of the Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Spotlight' team of investigative journalists, who in 2002 shocked the city and the world by exposing the Catholic Church's systematic cover-up of widespread paedophilia perpetrated by more than 70 local priests.
Daniel Dercksen 3 Feb 2016