On Friday 31st March, we were privileged to screen Nadine Cloete’s often harrowing, always riveting, and deeply moving documentary on murdered freedom fighter Ashley Kriel. Nadine, an alumna of the Centre for Film and Media Studies, was present to engage with the audience.
CFMS recently announced that two of its alumni received awards at the South African Film and Television Awards. Rox Dalton's film Finding Freedom won the best Student Film Award, and she was asked to share her experience with us.
CFMS recently announced that two of its alumni were nominated for the South African Film and Television Awards, and we are privileged to broadcast that both Mia Cilliers and Roxanne Dalton won in their individual categories.
Watch this space to learn more about these two talented filmmakers, and in the meantime follow Mia on Twitter at @miacilliers and SAFTAs at @SAFTAS1.
On Tuesday 14 March, Prof Monroe Price delivered a talk called "Freedom of Expression in the Trump Era: Some Preliminary Observations" at the Centre for Film and Media Studies. Prof Price, who left some of the attending lecturers “starstruck”, is currently the Director of Annenberg's Center for Global Communication Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. He referred to himself as a “fading professor” but his analysis of US President Donald Trump’s impact on defining the role of journalists in the current US society proved to be anything but fading.