Welcome to What’s Hot On The Screen, a weekly round-up of some of the new and interesting releases in the world of online, film and television; based in South Africa. Continue reading What’s Hot On The Screen Round Up – 24th July 2020
Great stories can be told from anywhere in the world to everywhere in the world. These words uttered by Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s Chief Content Officer, during Queen Sono‘s South African premiere express an affirmation that has global relevance, and a … Continue reading Queen Sono – An Expansive Introduction
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.
2019 has been an exciting year in exploring new voices, narratives and terrain within the South African film and television industry. The year kicked off with the release of smash teen comedy, Matwetwe, which became one of the few South … Continue reading Mehek: A Retrospective on Zee World’s Groundbreaking Series
The South African creative industry is growing, both in scope and depth, but getting a foot in the door is one of the hardest things to do if you don’t know the right people. With the industries being incredibly … Continue reading Credipple: The Home For Creatives.
There’s an indescribably infectious energy that comes from watching a good live show. One of my favourite events I attended last year was the Johannesburg leg of These Suits. Sitting within a sold out auditorium at the Johannesburg Theatre, two … Continue reading Tsitsi Chiumya – Limpopo’s Rising Comedian
Broke Ass Independents is a movement that supports and aims to champion youthful entertainment made by the youth in South Africa. Sporting a cast and crew all under 30 and made from a shoestring budget, Pride and Petty stands as … Continue reading Mzansi’s latest comedy, Pride and Petty, is a statement of youthful collaboration and independence.