Hunger strike in protest of broadcaster

Award-winning actor Sello Maake ka Ncube is eight days into his hunger strike in protest at the SABC's cutting of local content - and said he will keep going even if it means "suffering from malnutrition". by Gabisele Ndebele

SABC meltdown 'All we have is blind faith'

Monday's meeting between film industry representatives and the Minister of Arts and Culture Lulu Xingwana brought home just how badly the SABC meltdown has affected filmmakers. By Theresa Smith

The Sandman's Tale of Coppélia - Ballet

Over the past five months, Izithombe TV Productions (Zulu for “picture”), an independent production company, have worked closely with The SABT to produce this first of its kind DVD.

Fans secure film deal for Grint

Fans of Harry Potter star Rupert Grint have been credited with securing the release of his new film, Cherrybomb, after setting up an online petition.

The coming-of-age drama premiered at the Berlin Film Festival earlier this year, but failed to find a distributor.

445 Films Heading To 30th American Film Market

The 30th American Film Market (AFM) has announced 445 films in 27 languages, including 73 world premieres and 311 market premieres, screening to 8,000-plus film buyers and industry professionals from more than 70 countries. by Peter Knegt

I Wish I Were Stephanie V

I was lucky to attend a preview screening of this hilarious new romantic comedy that is premiering this weekend in Sydney as part of the Women of the World Film Festival.

3D now even bigger

The mass appeal of 3D movies has now been firmly established, with Ster-Kinekor Theatres opening two new state-of-the-art 3D cinemas at Irene Mall and East Rand Mall from this Friday, 16 October.

Samson, Balibo top IF nominations

Samson And Delilah and Balibo will lead the charge at this year's Inside Film (IF) Awards.

The two films received the highest number of nominations, at eight and seven respectively, including Best Feature Film.

HHP wins, Dube honoured, at MTV Awards

South African hip hop star HHP walked off with the award for Best Video for his Mpitse video at the MTV Awards last night. by Gabisele Ndebele

"This was unexpected but I am grateful. This is for Africa and let's all unite and show people that we are one," he said.