Art meets technology in the November issue of Creative Feel with African Robots’ TOK.TOKKIE 1.0 Trophy for the BASA Awards on the cover. We explore how film can tell authentic South African stories, how the Gauteng Film Commission is uplifting the audio-visual industry, and look at the Joburg Film Festival as a platform for local talent. LGBTQIA+ film Moffie is an example of an authentic South African story told exceptionally well – it expands our understanding of toxic masculinity and the trauma of our country’s past. Meet the 5 artists changing the face of the creative industry as we announce the winners of the Standard Bank Young Artist Awards and celebrate creative collaboration with The Rolex Arts Weekend in February 2020. The Joburg Zoo Festival of Lights and night market presents an exciting way to celebrate the Festive Season, and we look back at the DSAC’s Indigenous Languages Conference. We journey into bronze with our October cover artist Nkhensani Rihlampfu and explore the aerodynamic shapes of tableware in the 1950s and ‘60s with DITSONG. We celebrate Bongani Tembe’s extremely successful 25 years at the helm of the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra. Joburg Ballet nurtures young talent with their satellite schools in Soweto, Alexandra and Braamfontein and Vuyani Dance Theatre celebrates the past 20 years during Vuyani Week.