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by 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 untactful treatment of local issues of violence, crime and the struggle for post-apartheid unity.
by Kavish Chetty / 17.10.2014 / 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 mutilations in our film, and it’s all justified by the fact that this is Africa, where this kind of shit is an everyday event. City of Violence is just another miserable neo-colonial misadventure waged in the name of arrogance and capital.
by Tseliso Monaheng / 16.10.2014 / Zu, the funky lady from Zuko Collective, knows the city well. She’s lived in it, she practices her art in it, and when her hands feel itchy and she needs material to use on her range of backpacks, she hits the city streets running, hunting for fabric…
by Rob Cockcroft / 16.10.2014 / We talk to Dookoom about the furore surrounding their song ‘Larney Jou Poes’, a revolutionary anthem that calls for farm workers to revolt against exploitation. “The whole world must fucking take note of this problem. There’s a problem happening here and it’s being swept under the fucking mat, like everything in South Africa does,” – Isaac Mutant.
by Francois Badenhorst / Images by Swishyboy / 15.10.2014 / We live in a world where babies use iPads and almost everyone in the world is famous (on Facebook). The technological convenience afforded by software has been bittersweet for me because my generation straddles the digital divide. There’s this before, almost a past life, that I can remember really well. And it’s all either gone or going; consigned to the annals of memory by accelerating change.
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BIKO DOGMA

by Xoliswa Ben-Mazwi / Images by Samora Chapman / 14.10.2014
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THE HARMONICA HUMS

by Jesse David / Images by Chris Preyser / 13.10.2014
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LAST SUNDAY

Images by Bambaloooo / 12.10.2014
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CROCODILE FINGERS | THE LAST NUB

by Alastair Laird / 11.10.2014
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DRACULA UNTOLD

by 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
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LIZE THE SUNBEAM

by Jacques Smit / 09.10.2014
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FEAR AND LOATHING ON AN INDIE FILM SET

by Charles Harry Mackenzie / 09.10.2014
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WHAT YOU MISSED AT ROCKING THE DAISIES

by Hugh Upsher / 08.10.2014
Get your frame-by-frame illustrated account of Rocking the Daisies right here... fashion, music, best/worst, fun quotes and service delivery issues. If you can't have the time of your life
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THE LIFE AND DEATH OF WILLOWVALE HOTEL

by Matt Vend / 07.10.2014
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