Filmmaker aims to dispel myths about single mothers

Kasvosve made films like Tariro (2014) and Single Mother (2016), unpacking societal judgement towards single mothers, while discouraging criticising them.
By Sharon Zebra Jun. 5, 2024

Beyond March

They should not only make noise every March. This should be a daily occurrence.
By Newsday Mar. 11, 2024

NAMAs head for Bulawayo

Workshops with leading Zimbabwean and international filmmakers will also be held in order to educate and inform aspiring filmmakers.
By Sharon Zebra Jan. 8, 2024

Zim films that rocked international screen in 2023

Despite the challenges faced by Zimbabwean filmmakers, the industry is producing quality films that are getting international recognition.
By Winstone Antonio Dec. 28, 2023

Zim series ‘Ngoda’ set to dazzle global audiences

The film will be showcased this month at Lift-Off Global Network Sessions in Pinewood Studios in the UK and Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, US.
By Staff Writer Nov. 17, 2023

Dangarembga honoured for her democracy crusade

Nervous Conditions was the first novel to be published in English by a black woman from Zimbabwe, and in 2018 the book was among BBC’s top 100 stories that shaped the world.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 29, 2023

Dangarembga: The arts’ brave voice

The internationally-influential Dangarembga took to Twitter to celebrate her accomplishment.
By Winstone Antonio Mar. 22, 2023

Film can help create a people’s identity: Samukange

In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style, Samkange said a well-crafted and adequately resourced film can help instil a sense of pride in a nation.
By Tendai Sauta Mar. 6, 2023

Zemura’s new film raises drug awareness

The country has seen a spike in drug and substance abuse among the youths and schoolchildren
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Feb. 22, 2023