The Broke Ass Showcase: One Year In

There’s nothing quite like experiencing something live, there’s a certain element of connectedness, anxiety, excitement and danger that comes out of a shared live experience. One of my favourite Oscar Wilde quotes states that the stage is not merely the … Continue reading The Broke Ass Showcase: One Year In

Unwrapping Beyoncé’s Gift: A Dive Into The African Contributors.

What a time it is to be a living, dreaming African creative. Academy Award Winner Lupita Nyong’o once said, ‘Until I saw people like me, doing the things I wanted to do, I wasn’t sure it was a possibility’. The last … Continue reading Unwrapping Beyoncé’s Gift: A Dive Into The African Contributors.

Chin Up! – A Watershed Moment for Local Web-series.

Locally based digital content has continuously made strides in its legitimacy and crossover potential over the last year, from coverage in festivals like Africa Rising International Film Festival and Broke Ass Showcase to the arrival of VOD platforms like Netflix, … Continue reading Chin Up! – A Watershed Moment for Local Web-series.

Web-Series Watch 2: Exploring the Potential in Digital Content.

The power of social media platforms have given rise to some of our biggest trailblazers in many facets of the entertainment industry. There’s a growing number of influential creatives in the film/television space who got their rise through their popularity … Continue reading Web-Series Watch 2: Exploring the Potential in Digital Content.

The Big Hash – A Landmark Artist for Music’s Next Generation

Digital music platforms like Soundcloud have gained prominence over the last few years as a legitimate space for independent artists to not only experiment but grow their audiences. These developments, specifically across the rhythmic crossover spectrum, have ushered in a … Continue reading The Big Hash – A Landmark Artist for Music’s Next Generation

Kandasamys: Wedding becomes the first local film in 4 years to top the South African Box Office, breaking records in the process.

2019 is fast becoming one of the most compelling years for local films at the box office since 2016. The year begun with the runaway success that was Matwetwe. Armed with a fresh cast, fresh setting and a contemporary storyline, … Continue reading Kandasamys: Wedding becomes the first local film in 4 years to top the South African Box Office, breaking records in the process.