CALLING FOR SCREENPLAYS – FROM SCHOOLS IN THE SOUTH!

The South Peninsula Inter-school Film Festival is launching in the Valley with a call for screenplay entries from high schools and learners in Cape Town's deep south. The deadline for script entries is Friday 20 July 2018, when learners will pitch their film ideas to a selection panel, in the hopes of their screenplay being … Continue reading CALLING FOR SCREENPLAYS – FROM SCHOOLS IN THE SOUTH!

Award Winners 2013

Here are the award winners for 2013: BEST DIRECTOR: Why Not? - Stutterheim High School BEST PRODUCER: Boomerang - Lady Grey Arts Academy BEST SCREENPLAY: Tables - Queenstown Girls High School BEST STORY: What You Call Your Best Friend – St James Senior Secondary BEST CAMERA DEPT: Why Not? - Stutterheim High School BEST SOUND DEPT: What You Call Your Best Friend  – … Continue reading Award Winners 2013

2013 Films online

Here are the long awaited films from 2013... Enjoy! Khanya by Mbonyana Moslili from Khanyisa High School (Mthatha District) Pass or Fail by Shaaney Scott, from Alexander Road High (PE District) Silence is Lethal by Sibongile Mzukwa - Victoria Girls High School (Grahamstown District) Speak Out by A.J. Oosthuizen, from Hoër Volkskool (Graaff-Reinet District) Tables by … Continue reading 2013 Films online

Nab’Ubomi World 2014 Issue 01

2013 Films: After quite a long spell in the post-production queue the twelve films from Nab’Ubomi 2013 are finally complete! Late last year our YouTube channel was hitting 11 000 views a month! Things are about to pick up dramatically in the online space again: The 2013 films will be added to our YouTube channel … Continue reading Nab’Ubomi World 2014 Issue 01

Wrapping up Nab’Ubomi 2013

We are racing toward the close of 2013. What a rough and tumble year this has been! Despite the disappointment of the ECDoE promising a film training camp and then postponing and then stalling indefinitely we still DID it: We made the films! And so 2013 adds another 12 short films to the Nab'Ubomi film … Continue reading Wrapping up Nab’Ubomi 2013