Daniel Radcliffe is starring in a new film, set in our very own Pretoria, but shooting is taking place in Adelaide, Australia, which seems fitting considering how many South Africans now live there.
While fleshing out the story for Mad Max: Fury Road (winner of 6 Academy Awards), director George Miller said he ended it up with enough material to make two additional films, but when promoting the film in May 2015, he wanted to make a small film that didn't rely on special effects before tackling another
A year after opening an Australian office, South African film and television production company Coal Stove Pictures has won two Australian film awards. By Sue Blaine
Witness: Creating A Nation is the story of Murrumu Walubara, the foreign minister of Yidindji, an independent indigenous nation in northern Australia. The documentary screens on Al Jazeera English on Wednesday, 27 January 2016 at 1830 SAST.
Jim McElroy, producer of The Year of Living Dangerously and Sea Patrol, has turned to Kickstarter to crowd-fund the final piece of his financing puzzle for a South Africa-Australian co-production. The new film Zebras, directed by Mao's Last Dancer's Bruce Beresford and written by David Williamson.
From the creators of Verraaiers and Roepman comes Musiek vir die Agtergrond. It tells the story of Paul, a talented and ambitious musician who comes face to face with the biggest decision of his life.