“You’re fortunate to make a film and you’re fortunate to get the film out. All the things that happen afterwards are great, but that’s not why you do it. You do it to be true to the story,” said Film Director and writer, Akin Omotoso, while on set directing a TV series in Johannesburg.
Actress Enhle Mbali Maphumulo is excited to tell a rich South African story, starring as the wife of notorious heist master Collen Chauke in an upcoming biopic set to release later this year. By Karishma Thakurdin
Produced in 1971, Joe Bullet was one of the first South African films featuring an all-black cast. In the political climate of the time, the cast and crew were frequently harassed by the state security services during production.
Xhosa Twitter lost its mind this week when the final trailer for upcoming isiXhosa film The Wound was posted online.
Already an international brand in literary circles with his hugely popular crime novels translated into 28 languages around the globe, South African novelist Deon Meyer is making a significant step into the film world as well as a producer on Jagveld - an upcoming Afrikans language crime thriller from his
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa shared the news that the Solomon Mahlangu film will be released on 10 march 2017. He shared the news via Twitter on Thursday, confirming the date for the highly anticipated movie titled 'Kalushi'. By Chrizelda Kekana
Independent production house Urucu Media, the company behind the multiple award-winning drama Necktie Youth, could not have asked for a stronger start for their latest film.
Actor and film director Sean Penn released the trailer of his new film The Last Face, which has Spanish Javier Bardem and South African Charlize Theron in the leading roles. The film, scheduled to premiere on January 27, tells a love story amid tragedy, wars, violence and the uncertainty of the world.
From the producers of Hard to Get and Happiness is a Four-Letter Word, one of South Africa’s most successful films, comes an all new, rib-tickling, two-sided family comedy affair, directed and co-written by Durban filmmaker Jayan Moodley produced by award-winning duo Helena Spring and the late Junaid Ahmed