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  • Review: Love by Chance

    Review: Love by Chance

    RSA and USA collaboration to hit SA Big Screens by Coen Jacobs   As stated in the 2017 film Lov...

  • The Tribe

    The Tribe

    A Seesaw Film: Do I Change, or do I self-destruct? by Coen Jacobs The reason why a seesaw is made fo...

  • Review: Free State

    Review: Free State

    Deur Jaco Lotriet Falling in love is something Magical. Something you can’t control. It just happens...

Review: Love by Chance

Review: Love by Chance

RSA and USA collaboration to hit SA Big Screens by Coen Jacobs   As stated in the 2017 film Love by Chance “Everyone has something special inside of themselves”. This special something is the ingredient of our dreams, but it is yet to be discovered, developed, brought to life and matured to reach its full potential. Even more than that, it has to survive the ...

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The Tribe

The Tribe

A Seesaw Film: Do I Change, or do I self-destruct? by Coen Jacobs The reason why a seesaw is made for two people, is because when one person goes down, there is always someone on the other side to lift that person up again. The Tribe, which is an all South African film, addresses the question of how one can try and put life back ...

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Review: Free State

Review: Free State

Deur Jaco Lotriet Falling in love is something Magical. Something you can’t control. It just happens.  The year is 1979. The milieu, Apartheid South Africa, centred in the picturesque eastern Free State. On a dusty rural road between Memel and Newcastle, set amongst beautiful rolling green hills in the background, we meet open minded Afrikaner girl and law student, Jeanette. Here, during a random act ...

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