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Bruce Willis Revenge Thriller ‘Soul Assassin’ Acquired by Saban Films (

Robert De Niro Thriller ‘Wash Me in the River’ Acquired by The Avenue for 2022 Release (

MediaTek Helio G95 to Power Gaming Devices in South Africa

MediaTek has launched its gaming chip, the Helio G95, in South Africa. Enhanced with MediaTek HyperEngine gaming technology, the G-series chip features multi-camera support, unrivalled connectivity, and AI Super-Resolution for video streams. The MediaTek Helio G95 is expected to offer gaming enthusiasts faster performance and high-end features like advanced multi-camera photography – up to four […] (

Dr Anthony Fauci Documentary Coming to Nat Geo (Video) (

See Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana in First Look from Pablo Larrain’s ‘Spencer’ (Photo) (

‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ Cinematographer On Reunion With ‘Joe Versus the Volcano’ Director: ‘We Got on Great’ (

Neill Blomkamp Directed Supernatural Horror Film in Secret During Pandemic (

vivo Launches X50 Series in South Africa

vivo has released the X50 and X50 Pro — part of the all-new vivo series of flagship smartphones. “The X50 series is a professional photography flagship smartphone for consumers to record and share the best moments of their lives in a simple way,” says Jet Xu, Head of Middle East and Africa Business at vivo. […] (

Latin American Foto Festival: Culture and coronavirus

Caribbean and Latin American photography features in the third Annual Latin American Foto Festival. (

‘Insecure’ Creator Issa Rae on Comedy in a Time of Crisis: ‘We Are More Than Our Trauma’ (

‘Escape From Pretoria’ Film Review: Daniel Radcliffe Prison-Escape Drama Sags When He’s Off-Screen (

10 things you should know about the new Sony Alpha 9 II

On Thursday, 5 December 2019, Sony launched the Alpha 9 II – a full-frame interchangeable lens camera that has been created specifically to support working professionals in the fields of sports photography and photojournalism – in South Africa. Building upon the legacy of Alpha 9, the new Alpha 9 II maintains ground-breaking speed performance including [&hellip (

Jodie Foster, Shailene Woodley Join Benedict Cumberbatch in ‘Prisoner 760’ (

‘An Officer and a Spy’ Review: Roman Polanski Is No Emile Zola in This Listless Retelling of the Dreyfus Affair (

‘The Lion King’ Film Review: Impressive Technical Mastery Drains the Life From the Original (

Inspiring a culture of conservation through photography

Canon South Africa and the Wild Shots Outreach programme continue to shift mindsets and nurture a love for wildlife amongst underprivileged children near the Kruger National Park. The partners recently teamed up to host a wildlife photography exhibition at Frank Maghinyana High School in Ludlow, Mpumalanga to educate the learners about wildlife photography and conservation. [&hellip (

Halle Berry Just Called Out Prince Harry for Sneakily Having a Poster of Her in His Old Dorm Room (

Nat Geo Wild Slate Includes New Fishing Show, Plus Here’s a Puma Video for ‘Big Cat Week’ (Exclusive) (

Giant of SA Photography Used His Lens With Precision and Compassion

[Daily Maverick] David Goldblatt was one of South Africa's best known photographic chroniclers. For seven decades, he explored a series of critical explorations of South African society. He is one of our countries major artistic figures, someone who has captured time and space in images that are burnt onto the collective consciousness. And politically, Goldblatt was often a lightning rod. (

Terry Gilliam’s Epically Troubled ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote:’ A Brief History (

Memories and beauty captured in Africa

Memory is among the themes featuring at the African Biennale of Photography in Mali's capital. (

Africa:Africa's Megacities: Boom or Bust

[Africa In Fact] Regular readers of Africa in Fact will recall our edition on local government (April 2016), which established a new template for the journal, with more space for articles and an attractive design based on high-quality photography and useful infographics. (

South African Filmmaker Head-Butted by Giraffe Dies at 47 (

Nat Geo Wild Renews ‘The Incredible Dr. Pol,’ 3 Other Shows (Exclusive) (

Namibia:Marginalised Namibians Are Trying to Reclaim Photography After Colonialism

[The Conversation Africa] Many people think of photography as the ultimate democratic mass medium. Anyone can take and upload a selfie to global platforms. Photos taken by ordinary people and shared on social media have contributed to political change, for example during the Egyptian revolution of 2011. (

Nigeria:Green... Nigeria's First Indigenous Photographer in Spotlight

[Guardian] Jonathan Adagogo Green (J. A. Green), now recognised as Nigeria's first indigenous professional photographer, was born in Bonny (Rivers State, Nigeria) in 1873. He studied photography in Sierre Leonne and then established a studio in Bonny and became one of the most prolific and accomplished indigenous photographers to be active in West Africa. (

Memories and beauty captured in Africa

Memory is among the themes featuring at the African Biennale of Photography in Mali's capital. (

Ron Meyer, Tom Hanks, Jason Blum Named to Academy Museum’s New Board of Trustees (

Aspiring young African wildlife photographers get great shots with Canon (

Africa:Not the Africa We Know - Chinese Exhibit Compares Black People to Animals

[This is Africa] A Chinese museum was forced to remove an exhibit comparing Africans to animals when critics pointed out how "astonishingly offensive" it was. The Exhibition showcased photography in a section dubbed "This Is Africa", which juxtaposed images of wild African animals with black African people, which caused an uproar for its racist connotations. (

'Human Flow' Offers A Searing Look At The Global Refugee Crisis

Using aerial photography and intimate, one-on-one interviews to document the plight of migrants in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia, artist Ai Weiwei's documentary is grim but vital. (

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