In the days before "Elysium" opened last week, a handful of right-wing news outlets attacked the film for being "sci-fi socialism."
An interesting if accidental companion piece to recent docu hit "Searching for Sugar Man" -- in which a U.S. musician unwittingly helped fuel anti-apartheid sentiments in 1970s South Africa -- "Punk…
"A Whisper to a Roar" traces a too-familiar step-by-step political pattern: the transformation of a liberator into a despot, his subsequent reign of tyranny and the popular uprising against it.
Zimbabwean auds hoped to have something to laugh about last month when the country's first feature-length comedy prepared to hit the bigscreen.
When Saki Mafundikwa began traveling around Zimbabwe in 2008, documenting the buildup to his country's presidential election, he had no idea what he was getting into.
The evening newscast on Zimbabwean pubcaster ZBC could have been culled from a Soviet-era newsreel.
Compellingly documents the struggles of Mike Campbell and his brood in a potent mix of suspense, pathos and indignation.
You don't have to be Hannibal Lecter to know that psychiatrists make good protagonists. Dramatists have long used investigations into states of mind as a detective-style device to unravel hidden…
An English-language animated feature adapted from his own children's book by director Phil Cunningham, Zimbabwe-South Africa co-production "Legend of the Sky Kingdom" has an interesting look that…
Aspiring filmmakers and scriptwriters are invited to submit their work for the second Short Film Project, which will select five to make into pics.