Acclaimed South African Drama 'Inside Story' Premiering Across Sub-Saharan Africa In December

From Shadow and Act Thu Nov 29 2012, 16:26:11

After appearances at several international film festivals, winning awards along the way, Inside Story (a film we first told you about much earlier this year) will make its broadcast debut in the country where the story is set, South Africa, on December 8. The feature film will also see numerous theatrical and broadcast premieres across sub-Saharan Africa, including Nigeria, Uganda, Cameroon and Congo-Brazzaville, in December. Recapping Vanessa's profile of the film in February... Directed by Rolie Nikiwe, the South African narrative feature Inside Story, had its world premiere in Johannesburg last December. The film, which intertwines a fictional dramatic story and real...

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