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Promise written and produced by Greta Henley and directed by Craig Hunter Parker has been selected to screen at the 19th Los Angeles International Short Film Festival (LA Shorts Fest) which runs from 3rd to 10th September 2015 at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. It will mark the short film’s Premiere in the US. Promise will screen on … [Read more]
Content and cost will determine the success of video-on-demand, which is coming of age in SA. Local media and technology behemoth Naspers launched its video-on-demand service this week, pre-empting the arrival in South Africa of the international streaming service Netflix. ShowMax is the latest local response to the steady increase in people who live-stream television … [Read more]
The multi-award winning documentary, The Shore Break, about the proposed titanium mine and tolled highway on the Wild Coast, will be screened followed by a Q and A with the editor Kerryn Assaizky, at The Bioscope, in Johannesburg on the 28 August with daily screenings until 3 September. This is ahead of the launch of … [Read more]
Love the One You Love, written and directed by Jenna Bass, will be screened at the Labia (Cape Town) and Bioscope (Johannesburg) from 18 September. Necktie Youth, written and directed by Sibs Shongwe-La Mer, will screen at Ster Kinekor and Independent Cinemas from 25 of September. A new wave of SA films has arrived and is winning … [Read more]