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An invaluable resource for budding young actors, the online launch of the Actor Spaces Masterclasses on 11 August 2022 was met with much acclaim from those who have watched the premiere on YouTube and we at Bruinou.com were verily impressed by the first Masterclass on Character Development presented by Bonko Khoza.

Showmax and Actor Spaces are partnering to open up the industry, with new masterclasses coming to YouTube every second Thursday from August into October 2022. Each masterclass will be followed within a week by an Instagram Live for aspiring actors to ask the featured speaker follow-up questions.

Published in Entertainment News
With almost every other film made on the Cape Flats that end up showing at mainstream cinemas, there is almost always a negative backlash and usually it's even before anyone who is complaining had actually seen it.
Nommer 37 is no different in that there is already a backlash from people who have most certainly not yet seen the film which opens at cinemas on Friday 1 June 2018.
Published in Opinions
Now in its second year, The Ravens Independent Film Festival (RIFF) is an annual South African Township Film Festival held on the 24th September, National Heritage Day, which is also a public holiday.
The brainchild of Kane Adonis of Planet Hardcore, RIFF is an initiative with a mission to create awareness and promote South African artist, fashion, films, film makers and writers.
Published in Community News

The film Action Kommandant intends to tell the story of slain South African liberation fighter, Ashley Kriel and is in the final stages of completion.
However there are still some hurdles that need to be overcome and the director Nadine Cloete needs You and I to help her reach the point of finally releasing Action Kommandant.

We are always lamenting the fact that as People of Colour in SA our own stories on film and stage are not being told by us and there are many reasons for that. It is not simply because there is a shortage of stories or of storytellers but many times funding is the main stumbling block.

Published in Community News