Brand new lookbook by local hat designer Simon and Mary inspired us to think about the influence and meaning of the Wild West on local creative scene.
People: Jenna Bass
Race, gender and land. We chat to Jenna Bass and her cast about her highly anticipated new film, ‘High Fantasy’.
We’re grappling with the necessity of decolonising our minds and fiercely asking, “who has the right to tell whose story?”
When you’ve got the big story, but lack the big bucks.
Love The One You Love, a kaleidoscopic, award-winning and entirely improvisational debut feature film by local director Jenna Bass premiered at The Labia in Cape Town on Friday.
Advice from independent, award-winning South African directors on starting in the industry – from checking your batteries, to gorging yourself on cinema, to finding your own voice. Take their word for it.
The Jameson First Shot 2015 premiere is just around the corner and we’ve got short film on the brain! We’ve compiled a list of just a few favourites of the fantastic short film works being produced in South Africa, in the hopes that they bring with them the inspiration to write and make your own.
Directed by Jenna Bass and Sebastian Borckenhagen, DOODVENOOTSKAP’s new music video for ‘Protein Shake’ is a wild, hilarious extravaganza that makes more sense the less you try to understand it.
We turn the spotlight on the words that accompany the pictures and re-read the insightful, funny, honest, informative and inspiring interviews that we loved from 2014.
For the love of print, we’ve compiled a list of 15 indie publications and hand made zines celebrating local creativity.
LOVE THE ONE YOU LOVE, the innovative, improvised debut feature of Capetonian film director Jenna Bass, is soon to be unveiled at its World Premiere In Competition at the Durban International Film Festival.
Jungle Jim is a bi-monthly African pulp fiction magazine founded in 2011 by award-winning director and writer Jenna Bass and illustrator and graphic designer Hannes Bernard.