This year’s full program will include international and pan African film screenings, The ARIFF Film Child program for school children, masterclasses, panel discussions, live film masterclasses, Pan African Legends Series curated by Lebone Maema, film poker pitching, the Digital Hub, and so much more.
With these two online streaming services, subscribers can enjoy unlimited ad-free viewing content, accessible across a wide range of devices from smart TVs, smartphones to tablets.
From 29 November till 8 December, film lovers will be bestowed with world-class content at the 6th edition of the European Film in South Africa, set to be held at Cinema Nouveau theatres across the three cities.
The Joburg Film Festival, brought to you by the MultiChoice Group recently announced their exciting partnership to create South Africa’s pre-eminent film festival taking place later this month.
Film-maker & photographer, Tao Farren-Hefer has delighted film enthusiasts in SA with the news of the launch of his short film titled ‘MYRRHA’.
This is a typographic/lettering project Keith initiated as part of “Inktober”. Inspired by his love for Horror movies, vintage poster design, vintage poster design, film noir, retro VHS styled graphics and old Stephen King paperback cover designs.
One needs to take time out every now and again to regain their focus and energy. Ster-Kinekor Cinema Nouveau has a great selection of relaxing and feel-good films you can watch, so why not take some time out by visiting the cinema this November?
Meet Kuda Jemba, the director behind some of the coolest, and most visually pleasing music videos in South Africa.
Held at Cinema Nouveau V&A, Cape Town and Rosebank Mall Johannesburg, our Film Club gives upcoming film producers the opportunity to showcase their productions to a wider audience.
With The River being nominated as best Telenovela and Zog being up for Best Kids’ Animation, it is evident that South Africa is having a good year at the International Emmys.
The Showmax original was directed by multi-award-winning director, Reabetswe Moeti. The thirty-year-old director has rapidly made a name for herself since graduating from her Masters at The National Film and Television School in the UK; which was named one of The Top 15 International Film Schools by The Hollywood Reporter last year.
Every month, Ster-Kinekor screens a selection of exceptional movies, and perfect examples of what great filmmaking is.
Frans Borman is an audiovisual storyteller who enjoys the challenge of unusual narratives as a director and editor, creating commercials, music videos, corporate videos, documentary films, day-in-the-life-of videos.
The film, which came out on July 19th introduces us to three separate stories lines – which all explore the money secrets of three South Africans. As seen in the tagline ‘Three lives. Three secrets. We all have something to hide’.
Exclusive release of the new “Secrets” film trailer.