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Ophelia Forever Editors Letter Creative Feel Magazine July 2019

The vibrancy of the arts

Tammy Greer is a writer and Creative Feel’s recently appointed Editor. Welcome to our July issue! It’s hard to believe that we are already entering the second half of 2019.      The July issue is always one of my favourites to work on. For

SWIFT

SWIFT Presence at this year’s DIFF & DFM

Following highly successful and meaningful engagements with the film industry last year, Sisters Working in Film & Television (SWIFT) will once again have a strong presence at this year’s Durban International Film Festival (19 – 29 July) and the Durban FilmMart (20 – 23 July).

Joburg Theatre

Celebrating Pinocchio at Joburg Theatre

2017 celebrates Janice Honeyman’s thirtieth annual festive season pantomime. Pinocchio opens on The Mandela stage of Joburg Theatre on November 12th and runs until December 30th. To describe this unique tradition, it’s best to use Janice Honeyman’s own words: ‘A pantomime is always loosely based

Realness

2017 Realness African Screenwriter’s Residents Head to Durban

Urucu Media Continues to Nurture African Talent in Second Edition of Residency Programme The 2017 Realness Residency programme is now in its final stage as the second cohort of participants head to Durban International Film Festival (DIFF), where they will present their projects at the Durban FilmMart,

NAF

Disruption, Dissension, Decency, Disobedience & Defiance

This year’s Film Festival highlights film’s role as a disruptor of mainstream narrative. Social critique has always been currency for film and documentary makers, and the Film Festival line-up includes movies about conflict and war (John Pilger’s The Coming War On China, Wolfgang Staudte’s The Murderers

Dirban-FilmMart

Virtual Reality Showcase at DFM 2017

An exploration of the possibilities of Virtual Reality (VR) will be one of the highlights of the 8th Durban FilmMart (DFM), Africa’s premier film finance and co-production forum, which takes place at the Tsogo Sun Elangeni Hotel from July 14 to 17 during the Durban

Realness Screenwriter’s Residency

Realness African Screenwriter’s Residency 2017

The selection of this year’s Realness Screenwriter’s Residency was announced at the Cannes Film Festival by Realness co-founder Cait Pansegrouw (second from right) At an event hosted by La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut Français, one of the first supporters of the programme, the selection of

2016 Durban International Film Festival Award Winners

2016 Durban International Film Festival Award Winners

The Durban International Film Festival announces its award-winners for 2016 On Saturday, 25 June award winners of the Durban International Film Festival’s 37th edition were announced at the Playhouse. Followed by a screening the closing film, The Space in Between – Marina Abramovic and Brazil to close the ceremony. The Violin Player received the

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