The award-winning Zimbabwean movie, Tanyaradzwa, together with over 300 others, will feature at the 27th Durban International Film Festival that opens in South Africa on Wednesday this week.
Most of the screenings are either African or South African premieres. The festival also offers film maker workshops; industry seminars; discussion forums; outreach activities that include screenings in township areas where cinemas are non-existent.
A selection of the best in current world cinema, most of which are premiere showings on the continent, will be on offer during the festival that ends on June 25 after showing at 25 different venues across Durban.
With films from over 50 countries, the festival opens a window onto film-making around the world and through the magic medium of cinema enriches our experience and understanding of the world. Including numerous award-winners, the line-up of cutting edge feature films is supplemented by a prime selection of topical documentaries and short films.
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