Chris Mason / 23.11.2015 Chris Mason shares the behind-the-scenes script for Cape Town's 48 Hour Film Project. A deadly weekend spent scoring the ultimate cinematography quickie...
Rob Scher / 06.10.2015 Born and bred in Jozi, Andrew Orkin is an internationally acclaimed composer and film-scorer now living in New York City. Rob Scher catches up with the young South African re-defining
Mahala Scribes / 22.07.2015 The moving documentary, They Will Have To Kill Us First, about the ban on music in northern Mali had its African premier at the Durban International Film Festival... Check
Samora Chapman / 17.07.2015 The opening night of the Durban International Film Festival is one of the highlights of the year for our freaky seaside town. It’s kind-of a big deal. So you can
Mahala Scribes / 16.07.2015 The 36th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) opens tonight and will be blowing up the beach-city's bioscopes for the next 10 days. Get your programme, peep some previews and pass
Kavish Chetty / 05.01.2015 The logic goes like this: if Cape Town is politically restless and prone to bloody outburst, then we have the perfect excuse to stage a whole carnival of gunfights and
Mooketsi Nthite / Images by Tenn iBair / 10.12.2014 Mooketsi reports from deep in the Jozi party and entertainment scenes – the Channel O Music Video Awards and the Space Ibiza super rave, which both went down last weekend.
Paul Blom / 20.10.2014 Paul Blom interviews Jérôme Salle, the French director of City of Violence / Zulu, a cop thriller set in Cape Town that has had many local critics seething at it's
Paul Blom / 10.10.2014 For over a century this immortal character has fascinated the word, living and undead alike. The tale has gone through so many cinematic incarnations since Bram Stoker’s Dracula was first
Charles Harry Mackenzie / 09.10.2014 South African youth are dazed and disillusioned. Our history prior to democracy is well documented yet our future lies before us as a blank and shapeless blob. Is there a