Tsoku Maela’s new body of work, Book of Maskuline, explores the effects of a manufactured, toxic masculine culture and religion, both in mind and spirit, and how this has broken down the pillar of love and upheld violence all in the name of the “Father”.
The 21st Encounters South African International Documentary Festival has announced the opening night film as well as a host of the most talked about non-fiction films from the past year.
Francesco Mbele recently began working on a photography series titled Muslims. The project revolves around interesting subjects of the Islam culture.
Ukuthwala, or child marriage is a normal way of life in the Eastern Cape. Zanele shares her series of images that document the lives of three young brides.
The first set of international documentaries has been announced for this year’s festival.
The Canon Creative, Toka Hlongwane takes us through some of his work, the stories he wants to tell and the gear he uses in this #CreateWithCanon feature.
Exploring the history of the underground music scene that crossed borders to tell the story of those that had no political voice.
A potential Academy Award winning piece of pure South African talent that takes a look at the current water crises and stirs the soul.
Get up to R42,000 in project funding AND mentorship support for your content creation idea in digital music, web creation, virtual reality, video games and animation.
Lebogang Rasethaba and MTV collaborate on anticipated upcoming doccie ‘The People vs The Patriarchy’. We chat to the director.
‘Get Used To It ‘ is a documentary that looks at womxn’s rights and equality in post-apartheid South Africa through the eyes of womxn skaters.
Directed by collective Band A Part, the epic six-minute film follows cyclist Wandile Msomi through Joburg’s bustling city centre.
James Grundy shares pictures from his latest film photography series, ‘Salad Days’, which examines the people and culture of his skateboarding community.
Three new crowd-funded and collaborative films are bringing to light the margins of the mainstream in South Africa. Check them out here.
Documentary photographer Tshepiso Mabula has dedicated time to telling human stories; we invited her to share her images, along with some of her thoughts.