Love, Lies & Hybrids

Jessica and her lover, Sophia look forward to a mountain escape for a few days before New Year’s Day, while Jessica’s environmental activist fiancé, Daniel, is away at a conference or so they think. So, when Daniel arrives to surprise Jessica, he is the one that gets a surprise. Now, with the truth revealed about…

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Pinky Pinky

A bereaved teenager tries to cope with the loss of her twin sister by running away to boarding school. But there she finds a monster not too different from the one she was escaping – but way more powerful. Will she keep running, or defeat it?

Home Affairs – A Christmas Tale

The excitement surrounding a family Christmas quickly subsides when the usual family grievances like who didn’t change the toilet paper roll, who drinks all the beer and who keeps on taking your cellphone charger emerges. It is also around the festive time that the deepest secrets find their way to the surface and family members…

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Herb & Moon

When Herbert learns his beloved granddaughter can no longer act in their Christmas pantomime, he breaks out of his old age home to free her from the horrendous TV show her parents are forcing her into. Will Herb manage to cross town, rescue the granddaughter he calls his desert moon, and save Christmas? Or is…

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Home Affairs: A Love Story

The Williams-family is under one roof (yet again) for Pieter and Benita’s wedding weekend. At first glance all seems to be well. But unwanted guests – the family friend Greg and Benita’s mother Liezl (despite their best intentions) – have a way of increasing tension. In true Williams style all comes crashing down around the…

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Krotoa

KROTOA has already won eight coveted awards, including an Award of Excellence at the International Film Festival for Women, Social Issues and Zero Discrimination; a Best of Show at the Depth of Field International Film Festival; a Platinum Award at the International Movie Awards; a Diamond Award at the Filmmakers World Festival; a Best of…

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Ingoma

Ingoma

Constance Dladla is the daughter of the local pastor in Gamalakhe. She has lived a sheltered and protected life under the strong guidance of her father but she harbours a secret desire. Constance wants to be a singer and wants to sing her own music on an international platform. When we first meet her she…

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Felix

Felix

13-year-old Felix Xaba dreams of becoming a saxophonist like his late father, but his mother Lindiwe thinks jazz is the devil’s music. When Felix leaves his township friends to take up a scholarship for grade eight at an elitist private school, he defies his mother and turns to two aging members of his father’s old…

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Skilpoppe

Skilpoppe

SKILPOPPE is a South African feature film based on the award-winning novel of the same name by the late Barrie Hough. It is an insightful, compelling and moving look at a South African family tragedy, seen through the eyes of a seventeen year-old girl. SKILPOPPE tells the story of Anna Meyer, a schoolgirl who has…

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Inside Out

A South African actress runs into car trouble and finds herself stranded in a small town in the Karoo. Recognized from TV, Hazel is invited to direct the local nativity play but soon faces complications: she’s Jewish. The film was distributed locally by Ster Kinekor and internationally by Icon Entertainment. It was directed by Neal…

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