Between 26 June and 4 August, Plexus Films in partnership with Sunshine Cinema will be running screenings on the documentary, THIS LAND, which deals with the issue of land rights in rural areas. Regions covered will include North West province, Limpopo, Eastern Cape and Mpumalanga.Sunshine Cinema require a Sunshine Ambassador: someone to run the screenings on the ground within a workshop context, hosted through facilitation by the Alliance for Rural Democracy (ARD), the Land and Accountability Centre (LARC), and partners.Ideally this person needs to have an interest in film, activism and political communication, with an interest in the land debate and the capacity to remain politically neutral in discussion.
At the 20th Encounters Documentary Film Festival, UCT’s Centre for Film and Media Studies hosted its first Impact Bootcamp supported by the Bertha Foundation. On Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of June, selected participants attended training sessions on documentary film impact producing at the UCT Television Studio.
We are proud to announce that our Masters in Documentary Arts alumna, Aliki Saragas and current Honours in Film Theory and Practice student, Jessie Zinn have been selected to participate in the 11th edition of Talents Durban. The Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) will welcome 19 filmmakers from 13 African countries to the 11th edition of Talents Durban, which takes place from 20 to 24 July during the festival.
The Book Lounge and Peter Hyde Associates take great pleasure in inviting you to the launch of The Three Wells of Screenwriting: Discover Your Deep Sources of Inspiration by Matthew Kalil on the 5th of June 2018 at The Book Lounge in Cape Town (15h30 for 16h00). Matthew will be in conversation with actress, playwright and film producer Nicola Hanekom.