A newly released local film buoyed by an open approach to filmmaking takes on the complexities faced by the politically astute LGBTI community.
The ban on inexperienced climbers attempting Everest came four days after the film opened in cinemas worldwide. What a coincidence. Or perhaps not.
Nozizwe Cynthia Jele's 'Happiness is a Four-letter Word' is the first book by a black female author to be adapted into a film.
The announcement that water has been found on Mars just happens to have emerged at the same time as the Matt Damon film is released. Spooky, or what?
Theatre and film input for black Britons remains low, say people in the industry, because those in charge are too conservative in their thinking.
During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew.
Shifting from sombre, celebrated actor and director talks about his new movie, a romcom titled "Tell Me Sweet Something".
African women share their views on virginity and rape culture in Mmabatho Montsho's local web series, Women on Sex.
The journey of South African film has been a tumultuous one, with a disjointed history and an uncertain future.
James Bond author makes a statement after being criticised for telling the Daily Mail that Idris Elba should not play Bond.
Jyoti Mistry’s film Impunity speaks in echoes and surfs on blood, as it casts a glance at the South African story.
A BLK JK has swapped music for film with ‘Black President’, homing in on an artist whose work interrogates power on the African continent.
Tales of township, inner-city and suburban Jo'burg life suggest we are creating more movies we can relate to.
Warner Bros is producing The Libertine, a "comedic dramatisation" about Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his alleged sexual assault of a hotel maid.
From pariahs to candidates for the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame, Danny Kelly looks at NWA's 1980s arrival and influence on music and social activism.
The film, made in secret because of surveillance concerns, satirises 'constant need to have an enemy to keep the military-industrial complex alive'.
Sibs Shongwe-La Mer's award-winning film observes the aftermath of tragedy among a hedonistic, multiracial circle of suburban young adults.
Paramount is the latest studio to reboot its movies as TV series, with the likes of Minority Report and Shutter Island to get the treatment.
From comedy to drama, we zoom in on some of the highlights from the 2015 Durban film festival.