Tanzania is home to the Serengeti National Park with the magnificent site of animal migration it offers the absolute classic African safari setting. Some of the best beaches on earth can be found in the Zanzibar archipelago, and Mafia Island is equally idyllic. For some action, you can hike up Africa’s tallest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro. […]Read more
Film & Event Media sat down with director Carey McKenzie, producer Tendeka Matatu and lead actor Tony Kgoroge at Durban FilmMart for a quick discussion about their film Cold Harbour, which is being released nationwide on Friday the 25th of July. Katie Reynolds: You mentioned in the press conference that Deon Lotz’s character wasn’t originally […]Read more
The 5th Durban FilmMart opened this year with a solid schedule that was packed to the max, enabling filmmakers, producers and everyone in between to meet, learn and talk business. Running in conjunction with the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), the FilmMart opened its doors at the Elangeni Hotel on the beachfront to both locals […]Read more
Onscreen costumes create living and breathing characters, think: Captain Jack Sparrow flicking his dreadlocks wearing a red leather bandana underneath a tri-corne hat, or Sheldon Cooper who wears vintage t-shirts adorned with superhero logos, or Superman’s trademark blue suit with a big red “S” on his chest, which has become a great symbol of strength […]Read more
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
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