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    In Somer Son, there are events and happenings and things that the characters do and say, but the story linking them proves elusive. Acting ranges from “rabbit caught in the headlight” to “what am I doing here, show me the money already”, and there are no fireworks or tension – emotional, dramatic or otherwise – to be found at any point.

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The National Film and Video Foundation is committed to creating an enriching work environment where individuals, through their ability and application, can develop rewarding careers at all levels, regardless of their background, race or gender.
Rising South African star Christia Visser has landed yet another lead role on a South African feature film.
The NFVF has released the South African Box Office Report for the first half of the year. The Box Office Report is a collation and analysis of data on the performance of films released in South Africa.
NFVF calls on all local production companies to submit their entries for the 10th Annual SAFTAs. The entries opened, Thursday the 13th of August 2015 and will close on Friday the 18th of September 2015 at 16h00. Only Feature Film submissions will be extended to Friday the 16th of October 2015.