Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust (ZIFFT) director Elton Mjanana last week said there had been an increase in the number of local films submitted for this year’s film festival despite the economic challenges bedevilling the country. By Tafadzwa Kachiko
A Zimbabwean based in South Africa is curving a niche in the film industry and has just made a big leap into the lucrative business after directing a documentary that will be premiered this month in New York, USA.
Joe Njagu is a man on a mission and nothing seems to be slowing him down on his quest to be the biggest film director in Zimbabwe. By Andrew Moyo
Zimbabwean filmmaker Melgin Tafirenyika’s film, Sour Milk, is set to premier in the country next month.
The Bag on My Back premieres on Wednesday, 21 August 2013 at 20:00 GMT on Witness, Al Jazeera's flagship documentary strand. Zimbabwe in the early 1980s was a land of plenty; newly-liberated, with productive farms and an education system the envy of its neighbours.
Written and produced by Zimbabwean Melgin Tafirenyika, the full HD 105-minute feature film, "I Will Marry Myself" been released on the streets selling at a giveaway price onto the streets of Harare at only a dollar per copy. By Carter Chapwanyahas
The International Images Film Festival for Women is calling for submissions of films that celebrate women as peacemakers and as leaders who work to stop violence and abuse. The deadline for confirming film entries is 15 June and all required information must be submitted by 30 June.
Former Amakorokoza star, Earnest Ndlovu, is riding a wave of success as he continues to take the South African film industry by storm. Ndlovu formerly starred in South Africa’s Generations but he now has a new role in a television series called Inkaba.
Ster-Kinekor has upgraded their equipment to include state-of-the-art fully digitalised 2D or 3D formats. Films will now hit the big screen at Eastgate and Westgate just days after their South African and American release. By Francis Mukuzunga
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