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
A look into MzansiTV: a Telkom-Plus channel of content hosting intriguing and youthful African web-series and short films. Continue reading MzansiTV – Short Bites of African Indie
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.
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.
There’s a saying that has rung heavy in my head of late; ‘we are the ones we’ve been waiting for’. June Jordan is one of the earliest prominent figures to have said these words within in her Poem for The South … Continue reading The ARIFF Digital Hub: A Vision of The Future
It’s been over 9 months since I started this blog and what a journey it has been. The Next Generation of Greats was a personal passion project I started to really push myself in finding and putting a spotlight on … Continue reading The Broke Ass Showcase Launch: A Celebration of Youth Creativity.
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: Piloting The Future of South African Entertainment.
In honour of Youth Day, we’ve decided to post a feature every day this week to showcase some trailblazing things South Africa’s brightest young creatives have to offer. First up, hailing from Port Elizabeth, we find Dibi. Gcinuhlanga Dibi, mononymously … Continue reading Dibi – Port Elizabeth’s Jack of All Trades
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.