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Tags : The Bioscope

Striking, provocative award-winning SA feature travels the world

Palm Springs International Film Festival January 2016 While You Weren’t Looking, the multiple-award winning début feature film directed by SATFA winner Catherine Stewart, has been selected for the Pan African Film Festival (4-15 February in Los Angeles), the most prestigious African Diaspora festival in the United States. It has also been selected for the New […]Read More

The South African Recovery Film Festival 2015

Focusing on documentary films that explore the themes of addiction and mental health issues, the South African Recovery Film Festival will be hosted in both Cape Town and Johannesburg again during International Recovery Month in September. Now in its third year, the Festival has partnered with SACAP (The South African College of Applied Psychology) and […]Read More

Necktie Youth and Love the One You Love released on

In a first for South African film, Necktie Youth and Love the One You Love will both be released on video-on-demand (VOD) on the day of their theatrical release. Audiences will be able to stream Love the One You Love on Vimeo-on-Demand available across Africa from 18 September 2015, the day of its release at the Labia and The Bioscope, while Necktie Youth will be on  iTunes […]Read More

Encounters names Audience Award winners

The Village Under The Forest voted Best South African Film; Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present voted Best International Film The Village Under The Forest has won the Audience Award at Encounters South African International Documentary Festival for Best South African Film, while Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present was voted Best International Film. Dylan Valley’s Incarcerated Knowledge and Tamarin […]Read More

Encounters adds Jozi screening of Incarcerated Knowledge

Encounters South African International Documentary Festival has added a Johannesburg screening of Dylan Valley’s Incarcerated Knowledge on Sunday, 16 June 2013 at 2pm at The Bioscope. One of the most popular documentaries at this year’s festival, Incarcerated Knowledge follows Peter John Christians (known today as MC Pote) from the first day of his release from Pollsmoor Prison. With his […]Read More