Not every story needs hours of film or hundreds of pages to be told. Some are better suited to short form, and it’s with this in mind that I checked out the Shnit Short Film Festival.
Shnit is now in its thirteenth year globally and is currently running in eight cities around the world. The sixth Cape Town edition opened on Wednesday evening with a carnival-themed party at The Castle and an outdoor screening of some of the best international films from the line-up. The festival continues with screenings at The Labia and the Company Gardens in the CBD, and Cinemuse in Stellenbosch. Tickets are for selections of 6–10 films, and you can choose between international and South African film.More
One of South Africa’s leading and most prestigious chamber music organisations, the Cape Town Concert Series provides a platform where the finest South African talents from all sections of our country’s diverse communities are presented alongside the best on offer from the international community.More
Hollywood, New York, Cape Town…
Organisers of the third Cape Town Fringe Festival have announced that the Fringe has been invited to be the newest member of the prestigious World Fringe Alliance.
Source: Design Indaba
The ‘Arch for Arch’ is a commission by Design Indaba as a tribute to Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It celebrates the free SA that Tutu and his peers fought to build, and plays on his country’s affectionate nickname for the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize winner.