Directed by Darrell Roodt, Cry the Beloved Country (1995) is about a black rural priest and a white landowner whose paths cross in the 1940s in South Africa. Based on Alan Paton's landmark novel , the film remains one of the most powerful cinematic statements on racism.
Jean and Sheryl are getting married. He is Afrikaans. She is Jewish. Their families are tense and Lukas - the best man - has been on a drinking spree and forgotten to confirm the band...
Catch Four Corners, South Africa's Oscar selected film at a cinema near you!
The Association for Transformation in Film and Television (ATFT) is facilitating an export market readiness workshop on the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival in Johannesburg, Durban, Nelson Mandela Bay (PE) and Cape Town.