Nandi Madida, Gamaén Taylor, Sheli Nyathi-Masondo, John Kani, Nyaniso Dzedze, Connie Chiume, Trevor Stuurman, Warren Masemola and Mmuso Maxwell all feature on Beyoncé’s new film ‘Black is King’.
For Creative director and founder of Studio Bila, Anthony Bila’s 60 days of isolation included writing, directing, shooting, editing and starring in what he refers to as a ‘self-portrait film’ titled “The Isolationist.”
After exploring how our relationships and families bring about the ultimate meaning of life, director and photographer, Dillion Buirski, alongside a team of talented individuals brought the short film, ‘Return’ to life.
African creatives, Toye Aru and Bukky Tijani partnered up to create a short drama film that is centred around love, pain, dreams, reality and pleasure.
Anchorlight, an American film production company collaborated with a Lagos, Nigeria-based video production company SPS Media Nigeria, to produce a documentary that highlights Lifebank, a key player in the Nigerian health sector that is helping to reduce incidents of maternal deaths through technology and fast motorcycles.
The film won the World Press Photo Online Video of the Year award at the Prestigious World Press Photo Awards conducted online from Amsterdam on 16 April, 2020.
Matlwa’s debut fictional novel looks at the life of two young black women growing up as WOC in Johannesburg’s white suburbs.
From 6 – 15 March filmmakers from Africa, the African Diaspora, and BRICS countries will meet to showcase their best work at The Market Theatre, Johannesburg.
SA Indie Film Fest invites filmmakers, producers, musicians and VR creators to submit their work for its competition in its upcoming 2020 edition taking place from 16 to 31 May.
Zimbabwe-born Afro-Soul artist, Berita and director Makere Thekiso have teamed up again to put together a body of work titled Unknown Union, the short a film version of Ndicel’ikiss.
Experience Oscar-nominated movies on a state-of-the-art Ster-Kinekor big screen, whilst enjoying popcorn, drinks and a selection of delicious snacks.
Discover the epic, moving true-life story of an ordinary woman in extraordinary circumstances in this new South African film coming to cinemas on 31 January.
Bombshell, by award-winning director Jay Roach and screenwriter Charles Randolph, tells the explosive story of the women who brought down a powerful media mogul.
The film reception was hosted by the Gauteng Film Commission with prominent individuals representing each nation.
Her Majesty, Busiswa Gqulu debuted her documentary titled Busiswa: Unbreakable Story last night at the inaugural Africa Rising International Film Festival.