The Durban International Film Festival is extremely happy to announce that the opening film at DIFF 2014 will be Hard To Get from first-time feature director Zee Ntuli and produced by Junaid Ahmed and Helena Spring. The film tells the story of TK, a handsome young womanizer from a small community who falls for a […]Read more
Filmmaking has changed dramatically since the birth of sound in film in the late 1920’s. Not only do we now have top of the range surround sound in almost all cinemas across the globe, but the art of filmmaking has moved from traditional 35mm film to that of digital recording – with as many post-production […]Read more
The word animation often conjures up warm, childhood nostalgia with films like ‘The Lion King’ ‘Snow White’ and ‘The Little Mermaid’. But the dawn of the digital age has seen animation change in leaps and bounds, from a film’s inception to its final finishing touches. Although this is an industry that has for years been […]Read more
The 67th Festival de Cannes, which took place from 14 to 25 May, combined all the glitz, the controversy and the celeb pageantry we have come to know and love. The handful of deserved winners were aptly honoured in a glitzy awards ceremony, renowned actresses in fabulous frocks lit up the red carpet, and movie […]Read more
A night of celebrations was had at The Bay Hotel on the 28th of May 2014. Producers from all over Cape Town flocked to Camps Bay to mingle and be merry over a warm glass of gluhwein. Money Penny, specialist accountants for the film industry, television, music and creative industries; celebrated their 10th year anniversary […]Read more
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