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Impact Cinema comes to Durban with TCFF 2015

  The Tri Continental Film Festival team is excited to be coming to Durban in October with selection of nine powerful social impact documentaries. Each film has been selected because it not only represents the best of the craft of documentary but because it speaks to...

From the Directors

The films selected for TCFF2015 have elicited broad discussions at screenings and have exposed audiences to a range of movements and project which aim to promote social justice. As part of our commitment to Impact Cinema we asked four directors with films in this year’s...

Snowden doccie’s message for South Africa – wake up!

CitizenFour shows that only courageous, collective action can stop secret state abuses **Byline** Ghalib Galant and Murray Hunter Edward Said once wrote that “history is made by men and women, just as it can also be unmade and rewritten.” The documentary CitizenFour is a rare glimpse into the...

TCFF2015 brings Impact Cinema to Cape Town

The Tri Continental Film Festival continues its travels around the country with a five-day run of social impact films in venues across Cape Town. Opening on the 2nd October at Fliek en Soup, with two films that look at the roots and outcomes of corruption. Incorruptible is...