It’s all about “bodies sharing stories, abandoned concrete and used gum”.
Got goosebumps? These South African bone-chillers have it all: zombies, tokoloshes, serial killers and psycho hitchhikers.
From animation and documentary style shorts, to reimagined literary classics, we’ve rounded up some of the best short films at this year’s festival.
Based on a true story, Noem My Skollie details one man’s experience of growing up in the Cape Flats and his determination to avoid gangsterism.
Filmmaker and scriptwriter Zandi Tisani is blunt, funny AF and obsessed with pop culture. She took to Snapchat to tell us more.
A Kyle Lewis-directed short for Nike, ‘Unlimited Fight’ pays homage to Caster Semenya, and all female athletes who are determined to succeed.
Young filmmakers risk getting caught up with the creative side of things and forget to nurture their business skills.
“Good work is good work and it’s nice to be acknowledged, but it’s not the be all and end all.”
Zwelethu Radebe takes us through The Hangman, the story of a family secret that destroyed a son’s love for his father and his journey to find truth.
Sunshine Cinema is raising awareness about HIV and AIDS by road tripping to Durban and hosting free screenings along the way.
The director/designer duo explore the interplay between forces of darkness and light in this conceptual fashion film.
Based on the much-loved children’s book, ‘Stick Man’ is a festive tale brought to life by Cape Town based animation studio, Triggerfish.
Jabu Nadia Newman and her fictional girl gang The Foxy Five are all about smashing South Africa’s labyrinth of structural oppression.
We’ve trawled the programme to help you start planning your viewing schedule for the Durban International Film Festival.
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