We talk to director Michael Matthews about the anticipated South African Western, and what the genre means in a local context.
Directed by Makere Thekiso, with cinematography by Motheo Moeng, ‘Simple Love’ is a new short film that encompasses musical talent, depth and emotion.
Making her directorial debut, Ts’episo Mahase’s Grapefruit is a tale of Basotho lovers who share a peculiar connection.
We spoke to film and motion design graduate Mikyla Jonck to find out more about the story behind her scenes.
The Our City Film Project kicks off this week. We select our top picks in fiction, artistic, documentary and animation.
From conversations to screenings, we select some highlights of the festival taking place in Joburg this weekend.
‘Revolting Rhymes’, animated at Triggerfish Animation Studio, has been nominated in the Animation category at the 2018 International Emmys.
From speaking out against unsafe spaces like the casting couch to creating new codes protecting womxn, we spotlight the safety of womxn in film.
Directed by collective Band A Part, the epic six-minute film follows cyclist Wandile Msomi through Joburg’s bustling city centre.
Red Mosiane, founder of online platform REconnecteD, has produced a documentary series that looks at stereotypes and traditions affiliated with South African fashion.
We caught up with four talented directors of photography – Frances Kroon, Fahema Hendricks, Gaopie Kabe and Hankyeol Lee – about crafting cinema.
Meet Chulekazi Makapela and Aletta Francina de Kock, founders of the production house that seeks to stand for the authentic voices of progressive art.
Julia Anastasopoulos talks the success of Suzelle DIY, her new series with Showmax and creating believable and likeable South African characters.
Award-winning director Zwelethu Radebe tells us how he went from not being allowed to watch films to creating acclaimed short, ‘The Hangman’.
Rapper Cassper Nyovest’s Destiny video and Jahmil XT Qubeka’s latest isiXhosa sci-fi film are just some of videos that depict futurism. Kgomotso Moncho-Maripane takes a look at the film and digital art scene’s fascination with the future.