4 SAFTA nominees to stream right now


To stay ahead of the conversation, you can now watch four of the nominees on Showmax this week: 

iNumber Number

iNumber Number, Showmax’s crime co-production with Mzansi Magic, is up for Best Directing in a TV Drama, as well as Cinematography and Sound Design. In this hit sequel to Donovan Marsh’s award-winning film of the same name, SAFTA-winner Presley Chweneyagae (Tsotsi) and SAFTA-nominee S’dumo Mtshali (Isibaya) star as two cops up against an infamous crime family. Trailer: https://youtu.be/0NJH_MR9tkI

Point of Order

Inspired by the shenanigans in the South African Parliament, Point of Order is a comedy panel show that allows SA’s top comedians and special celebrity guests to talk politics like real MPs, perhaps with a little more sense and sensibility. It’s up for Best Game Show, a category it won last year. As Madame Speaker, Tumi Morake is also competing in the public vote for Best Presenter; SMS F to 48430 to vote for her. Trailer: https://youtu.be/xHsHEaFH9hs

Vlees Van My Vlees

Twelve years after a car accident, a jovial man (James Alexander) and his quadriplegic wife (Erica Wessels) celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. Winner of Best Short Film at Silwerskerm, Matthys Boshoff’s Vlees Van My Vlees is nominated for the SAFTA for Best Short Film and is also currently screening at Clermont-Ferrand, the world’s top short film festival in France. Trailer: https://vimeo.com/206372667

MTV Shuga

MTV Shuga: Down South and In Real Life are both nominated for the SAFTA for Best Youth Programme: Non-Fiction. Showmax has the first five seasons of the popular educational youth drama available to binge. Trailer: https://youtu.be/hOWzwpUXiJo

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