Less than two weeks after its release, locally produced film "Keeping up with the Kandasamys" has earned millions at cinemas across South Africa. The comedy, which was released on March 3, was sold out during its opening weekend, and earned R1.6-million from 26 cinemas.
'If one day that closure would be achieved, it would mean that no child would die of hunger, cold, or due to preventable diseases such as simple diarrhea, would mean that all children would go to school and have access to health services', the UNICEF said in a statement.
In the past two years, the South African film industry has witnessed a new phenomenon - locally written, directed and produced romantic comedies starring local casts have been performing decently at the box office. By Edward Tsumele
The 38th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts, University of KwaZulu-Natal, with support from Berlinale Talents, announce the opening of applications for the 10th Talents Durban taking place 14-18 July under the theme “Perspectives; Seeing Things Differently”.
Destiny Media will be hosting a special workshop in Johannesburg on how to develop a digital and social media strategy or the film and television industry.
Professional Artists and Freelancers visited the Cape Town International Animation festival this past weekend and were treated to workshops, talks and an amazing demonstration on Storyboard Pro 5.5 by Toon Boom expert, Kim Bussiahn. Toon Boom Storyboard Software is the The Industry Standard
Boondogle Films is very pleased to announce that it has acquired the film rights to acclaimed writer Michela Wrong’s first novel, Borderlines, a legal thriller revolving around a border dispute between two fictional countries in the Horn of Africa.
The African Film Heritage Project will restore African films with "historic, artistic and cultural significance."
Malaysian streaming video service iFlix plans to launch in South Africa in the first half of 2017. Spokesperson Jo Eyre told MyBroadband they are looking to be in at least seven African countries in the next few months, including South Africa.