While both festivals enjoy the sunny weather of the fall schedule, they offer the festivalgoer entirely different experiences.
Feature films took a back seat to documentaries on the third day of the 34th Durban Intl. Film Festival, where directors plugged upcoming projects during a pitch forum to financiers. Eight docus were…
The 34th Durban Intl. Film Festival begins Thursday with one or two notable differences from past events. First, this year’s burgeoning program features more than 300 screenings across nine venues…
Surfing serves as the unlikely focal point of "Otelo Burning," a skillfully layered exploration of life in a South African township during the last years of apartheid.
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