The Gauteng Film Commission, under the leadership of the department of Sport, Art, Culture and Recreation will be hosting film screenings in the five Gauteng regions, from the 8th December to the 20th January 2018.
This year’s big romantic movie hit is likely to be Zulu Wedding, first supported by the Gauteng Film Commission as a short film in 2012, and now developed into a full feature with an international cast.
The 2017 SASC Visible Spectrum Awards - VSA are dedicated to the vision of the founder members of the South African Society of Cinematographers and to the current South African cinematographers who are carving a name for themselves both locally and abroad.
South African film ‘Inxeba’ (known internationally as ‘The Wound’) has won the Best Film Award in the International New Talent Competition, at the Taipei Film Festival, which runs from 29 June to 15 July.
Filmmakers are increasingly making popular young adult books into successful movies. ‘Nul is Nie Niks Nie’ is a heart-warming and darkly amusing Afrikaans film about three friends who set out to make Drikus’ dying wish come true.
The Gauteng Film Commission will be celebrating the 41st Anniversary of the Youth uprising in June 1976 by showcasing local film content and hosting workshops by industry experts from 10th to 18th June