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South African Indies Present at TIFF

South African Indies Screening at TIFF

SA Indies is presenting the South African stand at the Toronto
International Film Festival. Over 30 South African producers and filmmakers are at TIFF 2015 and they will be happy to introduce themselves and their work to other industry professionals. For a

catalog

of the dti supported delegates with their films, projects in development and company profiles, you can click

here

or grab a printed catalog at the South African stand (no. 19) in the Hyatt Regent hotel.
Learn about South Africa’s exciting tax
rebates, other film incentives and how to film in or co-produce with
South Africa.

Note : There will be a closed South African co-production
breakfast on the 14th hosted by the South African consulate, followed by
a networking event in the evening. Please email Reel Transformation mayenzeke[AT]filmandtvtrasformation.org if you are interested to attend and have a co-production
project suited for
South Africa.
By Invitation Only

Feature Film Screening: “Cuckold

After being abandoned by his wife, a
once-promising academic finds himself entangled in a very odd ménage à
trois, in the second
feature from South African actor and director
Charlie Vundla

Film Information

Directed by Charlie Vundla
South Africa | 95 minutes | World Premiere

-Monday September 14 at 4:15 PM
Scotiabank Theatre Scotiabank 8

-Friday September 18 at 10:00 AM 
The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema


Feature Film Screening: “The Endless River

A young waitress in a small South African town
forms an unlikely bond with a grieving widower whose family has been
brutally murdered,
in the new film from director Oliver Hermanus.

Film Information

Directed by Oliver Hermanus
South Africa/France | 110 minutes | North American Premiere


Sunday September 20 at 9:30 
Scotiabank Theatre Scotiabank 10

Short Film Screening: “The Call

This arresting urban drama from Johannesburg’s
Zamo Mkhwanazi focusses on a key moment in the relationship between a
taxi
driver and a prostitute. When
Sibongiseni finds out that Purity is pregnant, he begins to question his
own place in the
world.

Film Information

Directed by Zamo Mkhwanazi
South Africa | 11 minutes | Canadian Premiere

For screening dates and times see Short Cuts Schedule

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