Beats of the Antonov was a big winner at the 36th Durban International Film Festival, taking home both Best Documentary and the freedom of expression award.
The uplifting documentary
The Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), invites filmmakers to submit their entries for its 34th edition which takes place from 18th to 28th July 2013. DIFF, the largest film festival in Southern Africa,
Superimposing an African imagination on filmmaking processes, the 5th Talent Campus Durban (20-24 July) will ignite the creativity of 40 selected filmmakers from Africa in a series of masterclasses,
The Durban FilmMart (DFM) reminds filmmakers from the African continent and the diaspora to submit their film projects before the submission deadline on 15 February 2012. Projects in
Dates for the third edition of Durban FilmMart have been confirmed for 20-23 July 2012, during the 33rd Durban International Film Festival (19-29 July).
This partnership project between the Durban
Durban, South Africa: The Durban International Film Festival has announced that its 32nd edition will take place from 21 to 31 July 2011.
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