The 3rd edition of the Nextflix hit series SEX EDUCATION premiered last night and the director is Runyararo Mapfumo. #earGROUND
South Africa’s Becky Casting Agency recently announced a stellar cast for The Bad Bishop film a Netflix feature which is scheduled to be shot in Limpopo South Africa from September 1 to October 1.
Exactly a year ago a Zimbabwean made romantic series hit the internet. Boasting of an impeccable but fairly never seen before cast, the production was an instant hit. After ten episodes the series ended on a highly emotional note. Fast forward, memories still fresh on many peoples’s minds we have some exciting news to share. Season 2 starts soon!
The European Film Festival Zimbabwe 2021 is calling on all filmmakers from across Zimbabwe and in the diaspora (Europe/Africa) for the 2nd edition of the BIOSKOP! Zimbabwe Short Film Competition!
Zimbabwe, INHOUSE MEDIA, who have over the years been creating content purposed for TV and other streaming platforms.
TWENTY THREE (23) film entries from 11 African countries have been selected to participate in the inaugural edition of the PIFF-Africa 2021 Film Festival.
Anne who played Vimbai Jari in the soapie that aired on ZBC TV from 2002-2007 was now based in South Africa. It is believed that Anne succumbed to injuries sustained from a mugging recently. She becomes the 7th person from the production who has passed to date sadly joining Charmaine Mangwende (Mai Huni), Nevernay Chinyanga (Muvengwa), Pretty Xaba (Mai Muvengwa), Benhilda Marume(Tamara), Godwin Mawuru (Producer).
Awilo Longomba a Congolese soukous musician revealed that Mai Titi will play a role of his wife in the film A Life to Regret
Mirage” has been nominated for not only one, but 3 awards for Africa’s most prestigious award – the AMAA (African Movie Academy Award). The nominations are for best soundtrack (Prudence Katomeni Mbofana and Gwevedzi), best actress in a supporting role (Charmaine Mujeri) and the main award for the best first feature film by a director (Malaika Mushandu).
The inaugural BIOSKOP Short Film Competition saw a total number of 42 short films being submitted this year from filmmakers across Zimbabwe, as well as Zimbabwean filmmakers in the diaspora (Europe). The selection was then whittled down to the final 5 winning films.