Coming Up On Carte Blanche – 3 September 2017

On M-Net & M-Net HD [101], Sunday 3 September 2017 at 19:00 & again on M-Net Plus 1 [901] at 20:00     Gentrifying the inner city? Fattis Mansions once stood as one of the grandest apartment blocks in downtown Johannesburg, but with broken windows, no electricity and years of neglect, the building is in… Continue reading Coming Up On Carte Blanche – 3 September 2017

MKRSA: Lani And Louzel’s Farm-style Feast or Flop?

Teaser: My Kitchen Rules SA Lani and Louzel: farm-style feast or flop? This week on My Kitchen Rules SA, it’s the turn of mother-and-daughter duo Lani and Louzel to host their eight fellow competitors and celebrity guest judges David Higgs and J’Something at their generations-old family farm in Cradock, Eastern Cape. Will the slow pace… Continue reading MKRSA: Lani And Louzel’s Farm-style Feast or Flop?

Vuzu Programme Highlights – September 2017

FRIDAY 01 SEPTEMBER Speechless Season 1 at 19h00 [Episode 18 – D-I– Ding]Following through on a promise, Jimmy and Dylan share a moment while on a search in the back room of a local supermarket. Black-Ish Season 3 at 20h00 [Episode 1 – VIP] Dre decides to take his family to Walt Disney World on… Continue reading Vuzu Programme Highlights – September 2017

“Krotoa” Lands International Film Distribution Deal

Critically acclaimed local box office hit, KROTOA, has just announced that it has joined forces with Shoreline Entertainment in California, to distribute this gripping tale to viewers across the globe. The film, written by Kaye Ann Williams and Margaret Goldsmid and directed and produced by acclaimed filmmaker, Roberta Durrant, released in twenty-five local cinemas at… Continue reading “Krotoa” Lands International Film Distribution Deal

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Triple-bill For Ghanaian Classics Now On Showmax

three classic Ghanaian films, I Sing Of A Well, Sinking Sands and Ties That Bind, are now available to stream on Showmax in Africa. Sinking Sands was named one of CNN’s ten ‘Must-see African Movies Of The 21st Century’ Writer/director Leila Djansi won Best Screenplay three years in a row at the Africa Movie Academy… Continue reading Triple-bill For Ghanaian Classics Now On Showmax