"There’s Still Good" screening at Durban International Film Festival

12 Jul 2017 - 14:00


There’s Still Good, a 2016 University of Cape Town Centre for Film and Media Studies (CFMS) graduation film, has officially been selected to screen at the 38th annual Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) in July 2017.

The film is focalised through Will, a young black student who travels to the suburbs of Cape Town to meet his white boyfriend’s mother. It is a film about the danger of a single story, about how stereotypes can be damaging to personal relationships, especially in a post-apartheid, South African context.

There’s Still Good is written and directed by Ciaran R. Maidwell, cinematography and editing done by Erin Macpherson, it was produced by Daniel Ndevu; with Production Design by III Kiara III and Thandie Gula-Ndebele. The crew's collective response to featuring at DIFF was as follows: “We are so excited that this story is going to be shared with so many people. Our hope is that it provides people with one more story, with one more perspective to consider when interacting with people from different backgrounds”

There’s Still Good is screening as part of Short Film Group D:

Thursday 20 July:         18:00 – Luthuli Museum

            18:00 – Max’s Lifestyle

Saturday 22 July:         17:00 – KZNSA

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