If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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Inspired by Tsotsi’s Academy Award win in 2006, there’s a new generation of storytellers creating excellent films that capture the South African experience.
The North Gauteng High Court has heard arguments on whether the Film and Publication Board and its Appeals Tribunal should both be part of the matter involving the reclassification of the film, Inxeba (The Wound).
Following the Film and Publication Board Appeals Tribunal statement of its reasons for reclassifying the film The Wound, the film’s producers have filed an urgent interdict.
The producers of Inxeba (The Wound) and leading South African film industry players say the fight over the movie being reclassified as pornographic by the state’s Film and Publication Board (FPB) is far from over.
The South African Human Rights Commission says it has received a complaint about the cancelled screenings of the controversial and award-winning film Inxeba: The Wound.
While The Wound is a brilliant narrative it fails to address one of the most important issues surrounding traditional circumcision - the alarming number of initiates dying in illegal circumcision schools.
South Africa’s The Wound from director John Trengove has made the shortlist for best foreign language film.
Judgement between Indigenous Film Distribution (Pty) Ltd and Another vs. Film and Publication Board and other will be handed on soon and here are all the details.
Inxeba (The Wound) has been ‘unbanned’ and will be back on mainstream cinema screens.
The South African organisation released their reasoning for changing the classification of the multiple award winning film to X18.
The film body has overturned the rating of The Wound but it will stay in cinemas until the Appeals Tribunal details their reasoning.
Responding to violent threats against the release of the film Inxeba and its cast, the producers have laid complaints with the South African Human Rights Commission.
Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in Los Angeles, the world's leading entertainment and sports agency, has signed South African filmmaker John Trengove.
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