New, emerging and fresh film composers, shnit International Shortfilmfestival’s Realtime Competition and the South African Film Orchestra invites you to enter your unproduced scores into the Realtime Composer Film Score Competition. Stand a chance to have your score selected as one of three to be played live at shnit’s Closing Night 2015.
Documentary feature film “Blood Lions”, which exposes the ugly story of South Africa's captive breeding and canned hunting industries, will be screened in Sydney, Australia on Friday, 4 September.
A new wave of South African cinema has arrived and is winning awards at film festivals across the world. Hot young film directors are turning inwards and finding a new narrative on meaning and identity for the first free generation of post-Apartheid youth.
The celebrations took place on the 14th of August 2015 at the Kwa-Mashu Multipurpose Arts Centre. The event was celebrated under the theme: “The year of women’s Empowerment and Development towards Africa’s agenda 2063”, which honours and celebrate the role played by women in the emancipation of the country.
Corruption, fraud and bribery make the headlines every day in South Africa, so it’s no surprise that that local filmmakers are delving into what has become a national sport in the country.