43rd Durban Film Fest

Tickets for live-screenings available from 22 June at CineCentre. The programme will be available from 1 July on www.durbanfilmfest.com

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL invites filmmakers to submit for the 2023 edition

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Now celebrating its landmark 43rd year, this prestigious South African international film festival is a unique phenomenon on the African cultural calendar. The festival will screen over 130 selected films, most of them premiere screenings in this region; host seminars and workshops and include screenings of student films. The international nature of the festival is balanced with a highlighted component of the finest of African cinema.

The Centre for Creative Arts upholds Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Creativity as guaranteed in Section 16 of the South African Constitution. The Centre for Creative Arts recognises that artists may sometimes live and work in States whose values may not always be in accordance with the values of the South African Constitution but the Centre for Creative Arts commits to protect and advance the rights of any artist who freely chooses to participate in the Centre’s festivals where their voices and artistic expressions can contribute to building a better world for all people.

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