Tuesday, 17 July 2012

The Durban International Film Festival kicks off this Thursday (19 July).

In its 33rd year, the Durban International Film Festival has become South Africa’s largest and longest running film festival. This year sees over 290 screenings, with a strong focus on those belonging to the South African and African industry. So much so that South African films will be opening and closing the festival with the world premier of “Elelwani” (directed by Ntshavheni wa Luruli and produced by Florian Schattaure) starting the proceedings and the 3D animated spectacular “Adventures in Zambezia” marking its closure.  

With screenings set to take place throughout Durban, including in township areas where cinemas are non-existent, you’ll have to visit the Durban Film Festival website to find out what’s on where and when. 

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