Dora's Peace scoops top award at Jozi Film FestCrime drama Dora's Peace took top honours at the 5th Jozi Film Festival awards ceremony. Shot on location in Joburg, the film features a standout performance from Khabonina Qubeka in her feature lead debut.

Celebrate SA film at an Open Air Cinema PIC NIC in NewtownPopcircles and Work Shop New Town present the Open Air Cinema PIC NIC experience, an outdoor film and documentary screening in celebration of the South African youth narrative this Heritage Day, 24 September.

Jozi Film Fest announces winners, new partnership with DiscoveryThe fifth Jozi Film Festival closing ceremony saw the announcement of the festival's 2016 winners as well as a partnership with Discovery which will establish a new award for upcoming African filmmakers.

Film fans - get set for hottest Jozi Film Fest yetThe countdown is on to what promises, judging from a scorching lineup of features, documentaries, short films and student offerings, to be the hottest Jozi Film Fest yet.

Celebrate spring & local film at Newtown's Open Air Cinema eventMobile moviemaker Colbert Dube walked away with first prize in the Jozi Film Festival's mobile phone film competition with his minimalist one-minute take on the city, Jozi LoveHate.

HER AFRICA Film Fest call for submissionsAfrican female filmmakers, producers, directors, writers, DOPs and animators in Africa and the Diaspora are invited to submit their films for the inaugural HER AFRICA Film Festival.

Celebrate spring & local film at Newtown's Open Air Cinema eventJozi film fans will have a unique opportunity to interact with local filmmakers and enjoy a behind-the-scenes plus outdoor movie experience at the GFC/Newtown Junction Open Air Cinema event this Heritage Day.

Newtown screening open call for indie filmmakersIndie filmmakers looking to break into the industry mainstream - here's your chance to get your short film or documentary screened during the GFC/Newtown Junction Open Air Cinema event.

The Suit chosen for three international film festivalsFifty-three years after the publication of Can Themba's The Suit, the first film adaptation of the classic SA short story has been selected for three international film festivals - putting it in contention for an Oscar nomination.