A creative short film talking periods and keeping girls in school.
Casimir presents an anecdotal short film: A tourist couple experiences a strange encounter while searching for the Hollywood sign.
In a video for Every Day, South African women take stock of where we are in 2016, calling out sexism, defining equality on their own terms, and say
A team of filmmakers sets out to find news sensation Vusumuzi Mbatha aka Helicopter Man.
While fashion might be a playground for the elite, style is intuitive and by virtue of its authenticity; a far more interesting story to tell.
A video piece inspired by an area in South Africa known to some as the birthplace of humanity.
In a short documentary film by Tao Farren-Hefer we hear from Cape Town’s remarkable Sunrise Swimmers.
From a lively discussion with the Sapeurs to the high energy of the wrestling ring to the heart of the jungle, David Mboussou shows us Congo.
Creating black and white film has always felt almost religious to me. I have always felt that rolling my camera in this same tradition was more tha
Step aboard the Ilala, the old-world, 620 tonne ship that travels the length of Lake Malawi transporting locals and adventurous travellers alike.
There’s no denying music can make or break a dining experience, but how big a role do sonic elements play in how sweet or bitter our food tas
Kent Andreasen directs a rapid succession of moving images in which we catch glimpses of science, nature and the surreal in the everyday.
Casimir visited the EYE Film Museum’s extensive archives to find out what it’s like to work inside a living ode to cinema.
Casimir presents a new short film by director-to-watch Amirah Tajdin inspired by the idea of sisterhood, magic, femininity and heartache.
Prolific and controversial artist Beezy Bailey speaks to us about his The Sound of Creation project with long time collaborator, composer and music
For Renny Ramakers, co-founder and director of pioneering design company Droog, this has become the driving question behind her most recent project
Stream of Doubts is a short philosophical drama with a twist by young Parisian director Joseph Catté.