TMRW art gallery situated in Johannesburg is providing you with a great chance to see e2 film & 360 Video hosted by We Are VR – Jozi. Don’t miss this great chance. Plan today!
Dani Hynes of Egg Films recently collaborated with McCann 1886 to create the Making Strides TVC for Johnnie Walker, which commemorates and celebrates the ambition and determination of South Africans who have made it to the top of their fields.
The South Africa Independent Film Festival is a showcase and celebration of the best in local and international short films and talent
AVA are a boutique digital agency who strive to connect brands to their fans through film, animation, motion graphics & designs. Here are a few favourite recent projects and behind-the-scenes perspectives on their work and values.
The Asics K.O fashion piece was recently shot in downtown Joburg, telling the story about K.O and welcoming him into the Asics team that was behind the shoot. The shoot was done at an abandoned building in the city. It is a rad fashion / performance piece made up of […]
Directed and produced by Alex Andipatin, hack://Liberate is a concept film that speaks to how we should truly be defining our personal style.
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 […]
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 Alex Andipatin, the film follows three friends as they explore Cape Town and contemplate bright colours and used clothing.
Making her directorial debut, Ts’episo Mahase’s Grapefruit is a tale of Basotho lovers who share a peculiar connection.
We spoke to film and motion design graduate Mikyla Jonck to find out more about the story behind her scenes.
With a brand new photo series and EP, Silas Miami shows why he’s coming for everything in Nairobi and Cape Town.
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.