Zulu Wedding is the much-anticipated romantic comedy from producer and director, Lineo Sekeleoane. This is a first in South Africa when a black female producer and director, also created the concept for the film.
Starring Khabonina Qubeka, Khanyi Mbau, Gugu Zulu, Mandisa Nduna and Aubrey Poo, to name a few, She is King is a joyous celebration of Zulu culture in a glossy contemporary setting, and showing off the City of Gold as the Broadway of Africa.
The film Call Me Thief or Noem My Skollie has made its UK premiere as part of London’s Film Africa Festival. The film’s Director Daryne Joshua was in the UK to promote the film, which is gaining international recognition.
Film director Akin Omotoso is passionate about telling "uncomfortable" stories and giving people who are often ignored by society a voice through films such as Vaya.
It’s not since the film Tsotsi won the Foreign Language Oscar in 2006 that a South African film has scored so well on an international marketplace as The Wound (Inxeba), a searing drama about Xhosa men and circumcision (ukwaluka). By Marianne Gray
If you're looking for underground South African film-making, this brand new film probably qualifies. Girl from Nowhere, an "indie-erotic thriller', is the story of "a troubled drifter by the name of Liza, who hitches a ride with a Cape Town couple on their way to their mountain getaway.
Stand-up comedian and actor Kagiso Lediga's film 'Catching Feelings' will premieres at the Cape Town Film festival. Lediga has come a long way since his SABC TV show, Pure Monate. Not only has he been busy with stand-up comedy, but he has also caught the directing bug.
Krotoa has won its 9th International Award at the Montreal International Black Film Festival in Canada by scooping the award for Best Narrative Feature.
The Whale Caller, an unusual love story and a major South African film, opens at cinemas around the country.
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