The South African film industry is going through a renaissance, with the excellent drama, Inxeba: The Wound that was re-released last month, and many other great films in the pipeline in April.
This April, we get to see a number of power houses such as Tracy Morgan and Sandra Oh returning to television in new epic shows.
Marvel has had an array of new series out, and with the forthcoming Cloak and Dagger they will have established themselves in the young adult programming, but Runaways their first teen series on Hulu by Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, set the tone for how the superhero boom affected teenagers.
Marvel’s bulletproof superhero, Luke Cage, is back with a new season on 22 June 2018.
The South African film, Nommer 37 will debut at the South by South West (SXSW) International Film Festival on Saturday.
Once a year, we all throw our hats in the ring, and adamantly discuss Costume Design, Film Editing and more in order to win Oscar pools.
February was all about Black Panther and rightfully so, that film sparked and enlightened not only the month but the filmmatic journey for most of us. It was a movement, an experience, a cultural phenomen, and it’s still going on.
In many countries across the world, March is known as Women’s Month, and while we still have strides to go with regards to equality, we should commorate the positive female representation in politics, in activism, in our lives and in our media.
When it comes to catching up on shows that I haven’t seen before I have a list, a fairly long list, but a list nonetheless. I, rarely, if ever, deviate from the order of the list, but Superstore was my disruptor.
March is almost upon us, soon the days will darken, and autumn leaves will surround us, which of course it’s ample time to cosy up and binge-watch (let’s be real all time is a perfect time to binge-watch in my opinion).