‘Film School Africa’ documentary shows filmmaking as art therapy is healing apartheid rifts in South Africa
Apartheid is too recent a memory, culturally, for communities to mix freely without fear. But with films as the common passion, it is “a way to heal” those rifts and create a brotherhood where none existed before
Global Digital Releasing To Deliver Over Eight Dramatic Titles Throughout 2020
Indie distributor Global Digital Releasing is best known for taking on award winning indie fare. Some of their award winning titles include: Lorcan Finnegan’s Without Name (2016), Dain Said’s Interchange (2016) and Gareth Bryn’s BAFTA winning drama The Passing (2015)…
Revenge Tale THE PAPER STORE Toplines Global Digital’s 2020 Slate
“Distributor Global Digital Releasing is known for finding award-winning indie and festival fare that would otherwise go under-the-radar and make it available to the many…Their first release, coming in February, is revenge thriller The Paper Store, which stars Penn Badgley from Netflix’s stalker drama, You” – Christopher Webster, Screen Anarchy
Film School Africa Exclusive Clip Follows Filmmaker Katie Taylor Bonding with Students
“What would inspire someone who has a quickly growing career in the film industry in Hollywood to give up everything to move to Africa? The power to create an environment that allows students learn the true impact of storytelling was a lucrative enough reason for casting director Katie Taylor.” – Karen Benardello, Shock Ya!
Renee Zellweger, Ricky Gervais, Dev Patel, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Olivia Coleman are among stars nominated at 2020 National Film Awards UK.
Best Comedy Nominee
Rupert, Rupert & Rupert
FILM SCHOOL AFRICA
“It’s sort of a no-brainer that a documentary about real independent filmmaking is going to get a review and a good one at Film Threat. Nathan Pfaff’s Film School Africa shows the effort of two women to bring filmmaking to improvised South African communities.” – Alan Ng, Film Threat
JORGE SOLIS’ TOP 10 MOVIES OF 2019 LIST!
“Dominating every scene, Nicole Dambro will keep audiences guessing as she plays the mysterious Meg with charm and verge. Peter Mayer-Klepchick and Cameron Duckett bounce back and forth their dialogue with such frantic energy. Writer/director Anderson Cowan dives into the super-charged subject matter with such vigor.” – Jorge Solis, Villain Media
Twenty-One Film Titles From TERROR FILMS And Sister Company GLOBAL DIGITAL RELEASING Head To ROKU
“Up until now we had only been placing films on various ROKU sub-channels. However, being on the main ROKU Channel itself will afford our films the opportunity to find a wider audience. We’re very excited about this new relationship.” – Joe Dain, Terror Films/Global Digital Releasing