Muntu Vilakazi is an established photojournalist currently employed by City Press in Johannesburg. Today marks the
To be sure, 2013 has been quite a year for film, with plenty of great stuff
The Criterion Collection has just released a new box set and it’s a big one. Martin
This is just a short post to give everyone a heads up on a crowd funding
The Rory Peck Awards, which took place on Wednesday, November 20 in London, are held to
Bourdain focuses on predominantly urban black South African sensibilities in Gauteng, rather than the pre-packaged, proto-European sensibilities of Cape Town and the Western Cape.
The South African family film, “Felix!,” premiered earlier this year at the Durban International Film Festival,
K. Sello Duiker’s short novel, Thirteen Cents is simultaneously gruesome, violent, deeply disturbing, whimsical, and beautiful.
Alain Gomis’ latest film, Tey (Aujourd’hui) is a gentle and understated exploration of life, death, memory,
Most of you may know Charles Burnett for his brilliant films “Killer of Sheep” and “To
I have been trying to attend as many of The Future Weird’s (see here, as well)
By now, a lot has been written on the history of Belgian King Leopold II’s deadly