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See BTS images of SA Netflix series Blood & Water
Blood & Water is a South African teen drama series that will premiere on Netflix on 20 May. The entertainment service gathered five talented young local photographers Neo Baepi, Jonathan Ferreira, Lindsey Appolis, Tegan Smith and Mosa Hlope to capture a range of behind the scenes imagery of the cast and crew.
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11 May 2020 10:54
Watch: Cut Media creates "Rituals" campaign for Real Madrid
This campaign film made by Cut Media for Real Madrid celebrates the time-honoured and precious rituals shared by the Real Madrid family. The film was shot in Madrid and showcases the pre-match rituals practised by Real Madrid players, club staff, fans and devotees.
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2 Mar 2020 14:54
Accelerate releases 2nd short film from its 2019 filmmaker project
Accelerate TV has released the second film from its 2019 filmmaker project. The project – titled Black Monday – was written and directed by Adetola Films. The film focuses on the effects of stigmatisation in the society as it tells a story of a young man, Abiodun, who returns from prison to face stigmatisation from the members of his community.
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10 Dec 2019 11:20
2019 Joburg Film Festival Awards Gala
The 2019 Joburg Film Festival Awards Gala took place at the The Inanda Club on the 23 November 2019.
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25 Nov 2019 11:18
See Aston Martin's first-ever SUV
Award-winning filmmaker Daisy Zhou shot a film to mark the launch of Aston Martin’s newest model and first-ever SUV: the Aston Martin DBX. The film, which was creatively devised by Prism and produced by Great Guns, explores light, dynamism, and emotion. Zhou drew inspiration from his childhood memories to express the innate qualities of a particular time and place. Brief moments of contemporary dance, giant figures emerging from the ground, and a group of people sprinting across a field at dusk can be seen in the video....
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21 Nov 2019 13:47
2019 Joburg Film Festival opening
The 2019 Joburg Film Festival opened at Sandton's Nelson Mandela Square last night 19 November 2019. The festival opened with the South African premiere of local horror film, 8, starring Tshamano Sebe, Inge Beckmann, Garth Breytenbach & Chris April.
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20 Nov 2019 14:12
Joke's on you - graffiti artist shares some laughs in JHB
Advertising billboards across Johannesburg have been hit by an unknown graffiti vandal. Billboards in Fourways, Bryanston, Midrand, Rosebank, Hyde Park and at the Sandton Police Station have all been vandalised with the words 'ha ha ha' in red capital letters.

It's unclear who the vandal is, but it'll be interesting to see who this Joker is. *Update*: Well, it turns out the graffiti vandal was in fact Ster-Kinekor. It forms part of the cinema chain's campaign for the Joker film....

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4 Nov 2019 12:00
Africa Rising International Film Fest launch
The Africa Rising International Film Fest launch event took place on 16 October 2019 at the National School of the Arts in Braamfontein.
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18 Oct 2019 11:33
Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Conference to celebrate nature's finest
The eighth Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Conference will be held at the Nedbank Auditorium at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town on 2 November 2019. The conference is professional and amateur photographers as well as nature enthusiasts. The day includes a packed programme of 12 sessions, with speakers from six countries, lunch, refreshments and finishes with a wine reception. German photographer Michael Poliza will be delivering this year's keynote - titled, 'Eyes over Africa - how my life changed through photography'....
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18 Oct 2019 10:00
What does it mean to be a woman in South Africa today? Asks Womanhood
Vice and 1st for Women Insurance recently paired up and asked South African women: What does it mean to be a woman in South Africa today? The result is a film, which highlights the complexities of South African women beyond our statistics and challenges. The film also highlights a range of issues – from freedom, barriers and body to motherhood, identity, pain and the future. The film is accompanied by imagery on social media platforms – which feature intricate and intimate stories from some of the women featured in the campaign. The film – created by Virtue, the creative agency by Vice – marks the launch of a wider campaign – which aims to showcase a number of stories from South African women....
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15 Oct 2019 14:46
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