Ngema’s flaws should not overshadow his remarkable contribution to South African cultural history
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A 1950s desert town is visited by friendly aliens and whimsical weirdos in the latest offering from director Wes Anderson
A peek at some of the films to watch out for at this year’s festival
Remembering the legacy and scrutiny of the ‘father of African film’
With the invention of the cell phone, anyone can make a movie. With the creation of the 1-Minute Film Festival, anyone’s movie can be seen.
The double Oscar-winning actress was one of the first women to speak out against Weinstein, who faces claims of a string of sexual assaults and rapes
Tale of former Tamil Tiger takes top award at 68th Cannes film festival.
Since the 1960s there has always been plenty of flesh at Cannes. As the red carpet is rolled out, Peter Bradshaw awards his own Palme Phwoar.
We look at the eight South African films that are hoping to make a mark at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
From actor Terry Pheto making her producer debut at Cannes to a Twitter catfight and Prince’s reaction to Freddie Gray’s death, here’s our round-up.
Director Damian Szifron’s film "Relatos Salvajes" drew hoots and applause from critics in contrast to the tepid reaction to the Saint Laurent biopic.
Win tickets to the critically acclaimed french film ‘Rust and Bone,’ premiering in South Africa on October 9.
The intimate physical scenes in "Blue Is the Warmest Colour" are only one element of a deep study of the relationship between the two women.
Filmmaker Steven Spielberg has defended the graphic sex scenes in "Blue is the Warmest Colour", which won the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize.
French director Abdellatif Kechiche immediately urged the large crowds protesting against gay marriage in Paris to go and see his Cannes winner.
Forest Whitaker turns in a solid performance as a cop searching for a white teenager’s murderer in "Zulu" – a violent portrayal of SA gang culture.
The 2013 Cannes festival wraps up on Sunday, with uncertainty surrounding which film will be declared best picture.
Ryan Gosling’s latest offering gets booed, Jerry Lewis makes a come back and the festival’s spree of high-profile robberies continues.
Jewellery worth more than $1-million due to be loaned to stars treading the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival has been stolen in a heist.
150 local filmmakers having registered to attend the 66th edition that opened on Thursday.
Maturity is en vogue for people and poodles
this year, writes Catherine Shoard.
"Harry Potter" star Emma Watson abandons magic for pole-dancing and cat burglary in Sofia Coppola’s latest movie.
Jerome Salle’s film <em>Zulu</em> starring Oscar winner Forest Whitaker and Orlando Bloom will close the 66th Cannes film festival next month.
Comedy will dominate the opening of the Cannes film festival, with Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom and Sacha Baron Cohen’s anarchic General Aladeen.
The black-and-white silent film <i>The Artist</i> has been at the head of this year’s Golden Globe nominations, holding six nods to itself.
There’s nothing quite like the Cannes Film Festival, a place where big egos and big mouths are placed under the scrutiny of the media.
Despite his many successes, Woody Allen
still defers to those who inspired him
Rarely has the Cannes Film Festival been the scene of so daring a plan — the attempted resuscitation of Mel Gibson’s shattered career.
US director Terrence Malick won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival on Sunday for <em>The Tree of Life</em>, a meditative, metaphysical epic.
Texan director is considered a frontrunner, with one critic saying Cannes has been desperate to give him prize for 30 years.
The Cannes film festival stumbled towards its close on Friday, still reeling from the shock expulsion of Danish director Lars Von Trier.