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Ander Mens

Ander Mens

Bennie Fourie ‘n Ander mens in Nuwe Fliek. Een les wat die lewe graag vir ’n mens wil leer, is dat niks ooit so eenvoudig is as wat dit mag voorkom nie. ’n Feit wat bevestig word deur regisseur Quentin Krog se splinternuwe rolprent, Ander Mens, wat net soos die hoofkarakter glad nie volgens ’n standaard-formule beoordeel kan word nie. Die fliek word aangebied vanuit ...

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Poppie Nongena

Poppie Nongena

ʼn Baie persoonlike biografiese rolprent gebaseer op die roman van Elsa Joubert Vervaardiger Helena Spring het aangekondig dat die nalatenskap fliek, Poppie Nongena op 30 Januarie 2020 in fliekteaters landswyd uitgereik sal word. Die fliek is gebaseer op die bekroonde boek “Die Swerfjare van Poppie Nongena” deur Elsa Joubert. Clementime Mosimane maak haar rolprentdebuut as Poppie. Die res van die rolverdeling sluit groot name in, ...

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The Story of Racheltjie de Beer

The Story of Racheltjie de Beer

Epic Story of Racheltjie de Beer Soon on our Big Screens. The most anticipated Afrikaans film of the year, The Story of Racheltjie de Beer, releases nationwide in October 2019. Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by writer and filmmaker Brett Michael Innes, the film tells the fabled story of Afrikaans family, the De Beers, who are forced to find shelter on ...

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Fiela se Kind

Fiela se Kind

Niks Beter as ‘n herlewing van ‘n Suksesvolle Classic se kind nie! The Film Factory en Nostalgia Productions is trots om aan te kondig dat ‘n nuwe filmaanpassing van Fiela se Kind, die topverkoper-roman deur Dalene Matthee, rolprentteaters regoor Suid-Afrika op 13 September 2019 sal tref. Met regie deur Brett Michael Innes, skrywer/regisseur van die 2017 SAFTA-wenner vir die film, Sink, is die film vervaardig deur Danie Bester in samewerking met kykNET Films, Filmfinity (Pty) Ltd en die Departement ...

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Skemerson

Skemerson

‘n Film wat bevestig dat dit is als ok. deur Christa Steyn Om ‘n film te maak wat geestesversteurings aanspreek is ‘n brawe ding om te doen, maar dit het akteur en aanbieder, Pietie Beyers, nie ontmoedig om sy eie ervaring van obsessief-kompulsiewe versteuring in ‘n draaiboek en film te omskep nie. Skemerson, wat dus deur ware gebeure geïnspireer is, vertel die verhaal van ‘n jong ...

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An Act of Defiance

An Act of Defiance

The Story Bram Fischer’s Fight to Save Nelson Mandela now on the Silver Screen. Nelson Mandela is a global icon of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. But this might not have been if it were not for the heroic fight to save Mandela’s life by a legal team led by an Afrikaner revolutionary, Bram Fischer. This is the story of how Mandela was saved from ...

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Skemerson

Skemerson

New SA Feature shines light on Depression. Depression is an illness like any other; there’s no shame in seeking help. That’s the message of a new film that treats mental illness with warmth, respect and integrity. Mental illness, and the stigma surrounding it, is a critical issue. It’s the central theme of Skemerson, the new film directed by Phillip Rademeyer and written by Pietie Beyers, ...

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Love Lives Here

Love Lives Here

Sexy, and Slick RomCom, to open on 5 April. A new breed of South African film is about to hit our screens. Thando Thabethe and Lungile Radu team up in Love Lives Here, a movie about love, loyalty, friendship and family. The star-studded cast also includes Zola Nombona, Andile Gumbi, Motlatsi Mafatshe, Nomalanga Shozi and Nkanyiso Bhengu. Filmed in KwaZulu-Natal and directed by Norman Maake, ...

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Die Stropers

Die Stropers

The Latest in a Winning Line of Gay Themed Films Queer cinema has steadily grown to become one of the leading forces in film internationally over the last five years. And South Africa is no different. Etienne Kallos’s film Die Stropers, which won critical acclaim at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, opens nationwide on 15 March and is the latest in a series of award-winning ...

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Review: 3 Days to Go

Review: 3 Days to Go

Enticing South African dramedy puts family relationships squarely in the spotlight. by Jaco Lotriet The complexities of everyday family life, through its trials and tribulations, is a relatable topic to everyone and one that happens to be beautifully depicted in this thought-provoking, quirky mix of intense character-driven drama, with a good measure of uproarious humour. From the pen of renowned award-winning producer Bianca Isaac, in ...

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