Accra, Cape Town and Jozi, plus more. Here are seven womxn filmmakers from across the continent telling nuanced stories with depth, vigour and originality.
For two years, the Black Filmmakers Film Festival (BFFF) has been screening films from South Africa and the diaspora. We find out how it began and what’ve achieved by giving a different platform to celebrate films.
Race, gender and land. We chat to Jenna Bass and her cast about her highly anticipated new film, ‘High Fantasy’.
The Design Indaba FilmFest is a showcase of the world’s best indie and creative films, screened at the annual Design Indaba Festival in March 2017.
New local web-series ‘Gaze’ uses the Cape Town art world as a metaphor to interrogate how we view others, and how they view us.
We speak to the director who set out to visually represent the band that spoke to an entire generation.
Bars dedicated to dinosaurs, exhibitions about sex and death, inspirational TVCs by adidas and so much more in this week’s list of all things creative and cool.
In 2017 Adidas Originals goes back to its roots to revitalise a decidedly minimalist mentality. Follow their journey back to the past in this new TVC.
Filmmakers Sarah Summers and Kelly-Eve Koopman’s web-series explores Coloured identity in SA. Here, Amie Soudien speaks with the two about the pertinent new project.
On tying yourself to a fence with your jacket in order to get the perfect shot and other everyday experiences that come with being an assistant director.
Lara Adine Lipschit’s gives us the scoop on season two of ‘Chin Up!’, a web series about the life of a struggling actress, trying to make it work.
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.