Western Cape filmmaker Wim Steytler began his creative journey as a teenager, drawing and taking photographs.
Cineasts of the coast are about to be blessed with a line-up of exceptional cinema.
Unlike its predecessor 'Lost', which disappointed many in its last seasons, new TV series 'The Leftover' is the perfect recipe for smart television.
From premiering "Half of a Yellow Sun" to supporting Swahili films, this year's Zanzibar film festival line-up has attracted hundreds of movie lovers.
The Africa by Women project has resulted in 10 short films that deal with different facets of life in the country 20 years after democracy.
Documentaries have long since ceased to be feature film's irritating cousin but has grown up, as this year's Encounters Festival programme proves.
Through his father Clive, Ben Stillerman delves into the relationship between the efforts we put into our work and our private lives.
Rehad Desai's documentary 'Miners Shot Down' is compelling viewing even if there are moments at which one wants to turn away.
A new film shows how an unlikely group, including football's first transgender player, has reminded the world of the true value of football.
Now in its 11th year, the film festival, which takes place in a sun-baked refugee camp deep in the desert, has attracted hundreds of cinephiles.
Director Damian Szifron's film "Relatos Salvajes" drew hoots and applause from critics in contrast to the tepid reaction to the Saint Laurent biopic.
The "Searching for Sugar Man" director was struggling with depression, according to his family, who have said that the 36-year-old killed himself.
Malik Bendjelloul, filmmaker of the Oscar-winning documentary "Searching for Sugar Man", has been found dead at the age of 36.
The Nigerian film board has delayed issuing a certificate for the film Half of Yellow Sun.
Fargo the TV series pays respectful homage to the original 1996 movie by Joel and Ethan Coen.
The film that caused controversy after it was banned by the Film and Publication Board at a festival is up for 13 Africa Movie Academy awards.
"Miners Shot Down" by local filmmaker Rehad Desai explores the events and killings leading up to the day 34 miners died at Marikana.
Lupita Nyong'o's Oscar has cast the spotlight on the country – long the backdrop for Hollywood adventures – and its struggling film industry.
After successful screenings in Jo'burg, the First Colombian Film Showcase moves to Cape Town on May 8.