The South Africa Independent Film Festival is a showcase and celebration of the best in local and international short films and talent
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Sisterhood and solidarity: An Ode to High School and Coming of Age South African feminist sleepwear and intimates brand, Koeksuster, recently shot its biggest campaign yet, a fashion film directed by Thea Small. The project explores the theme of sisterhood and solidarity and the creative team consider it an ode to […]
Former HYPE Magazine editor, Fred Kayembe, explores hip hop’s role in an increasingly post-nationalist world in his latest documentary, Keys Open Doors.
In their latest documentary, Mook Lion and Samora Chapman explore the struggling street art and graffiti scenes in Durban.
Kicking off this week, the 20th Encounters South African International Documentary Festival aims to draw thousands of film buffs to local cinemas.
We chat with director Lebogang Rasethaba on the essence of time, learning from his 2016 film ‘The People Vs. The Rainbow Nation’ and new work.
Directed by Khalid El-Jelailati, Aya is a micro-budget psychological thriller breaking all the rules.
Directed by Okuhle Dyosopu, the documentary looks at gentrification and the legacy of spacial planning in Cape Town.
Accra-based writer moshood reflects on filmic intervention in the longstanding erasure and dehumanisation of the LGBTQ+ community.
‘Sam the Hedgehog’ is upcoming short film by Joburg animation studio, and is aimed at educating children and adults about people living with autism.
Directed by Alex Andipatin, the film follows three friends as they explore Cape Town and contemplate bright colours and used clothing.
Having recently relocated to the US, actor Niza Jay chats to us about life after The Wound.
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We talk to Nosipho Dumisa, the South African film and TV director who rcently made her directorial debut at SXSW.