This year marks the 31st Durban International Film Festival. The festival starts on the 22nd of July and runs until the 1st of August.
The festival will open with the world premiere of Khalo Matabane’s ‘State Of Violence’, a powerful tale of revenge, history and memory. The closing film is Josh Appignanesi’s hilarious comedy, ‘The Infidel’, about a British Muslim who discovers that he was born Jewish.
These films and more will be presented in over 200 screenings at venues across Durban and the surrounding communities. Alongside the screenings of films, the festival offers an extensive workshop and seminar programme, as well as training and industry events. There will be 9 world premieres of South African feature films.
For a full programme of the event check out this article.