Director: Tarryn Crossman
Cinematographer: Craig Maarschalk
Three girls die before their 21st birthdays. Kayleigh, 19, a victim in a fatal car accident; Amber, 16, bullied into taking her own life; and Jenna, 20, lost a fight with a rare disease. Soon after, their stories spread online – and the world is given access to their lives, and deaths. But, in each tale, there are two girls to understand – the one they were in real life, and the one they portrayed to the world. Timelines is a documentary feature film made up for three stories that explore the ideas of truth and fiction, honesty both off- and online, and the desire to keep our loved ones alive, even virtually. It asks; how you do you say goodbye, when death goes viral?
DIFF AND SAGE ANNOUNCE EDITING AWARDS
The South African Guild of Editors (SAGE) has announced that the Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) has included an award for best editing this year. The American Cinema Editors (ACE) has over a number of years campaigned for the inclusion of a Film Editing awards category at international film festivals.…
DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES PROGRAMME FOR 37TH EDITION
The 37th Durban International Film Festival has announced its programme, offering another exciting edition of the continent’s leading showcase of independent African and international film. It will take place at 15 venues across the city and its outlying areas from 16-26 June.
Wonder Boy for President
Director: John Barker Screenplay: John Barker, Milo Saloojee Cinematographer: Graham Boonzaaire Cast: Kagiso Lediga, Ntosh Madlingzi, Tony Miyambo, Thishiwe Ziqubu, lara lipschitz, loyiso Gola, John Vismas Language: English, Xhosa with English subtitles