August

Proudly South African, the country’s buy local advocacy campaign, is turning its attention to the creative arts and media and the importance that local content creation has on our society and on the economy.

create tbIn the exciting build-up to the industry focused Market programme of the Cape Town International Film Market and Festival, a host of interventions such as the Works in Progress program have been announced.

looking for love tbWe've all had our fair share of bad dates. But when it comes to the worst of them, few can beat the experiences of poor Buyi Dube in the new film ‘Looking for Love’ by Nigerian-born filmmaker Adze Ugah, which portrays some of the perils of the local dating scene for women who are almost 40. The film opens at cinemas nationwide on 31 August 2018.

Asinamali tbSome three decades after ‘Asinamali!’ first appeared on stage at The Market Theatre, Mbongeni Ngema’s play about the lives and suffering of black inmates in an apartheid-era prison has been adapted into a film that is as beautiful as it is still heartbreakingly resonant.

The Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture & Recreation invites all interested women to apply for the script writing & directing workshop to be held in August.