Jozi Film Festival All-Access Pass

Jozi Film Festival All-Access Pass

Access to the winners of the Jozi Film Festival, on-demand. 11 films to watch over 4 days. Please note films will only be accessible from September 24, 00:01am to September 27, 11:59pm (GMT+2) to South African audiences only.

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Jozi Film Festival All-Access Pass

11 Videos

  • OKAVANGO (SOUTH AFRICAN FEATURE-LENGTH DOCUMENTARY)

    *South African Premiere*
    This is an insiders’ view of one of the greatest river systems on the planet. It is presented as a love letter, and explores the layers of paradise, limbo and inferno in a natural history echo of Dante’s Divine Comedy, a quest to find the real Okavango, a river of dreams,...

  • BEYOND THE FENCE (SA SHORT DOCUMENTARY)

    Growing up in rural South Africa means being born in a country so rich in wildlife and yet never being given the chance to fully experience the beauty of it for yourself. But Queen, Rifumo and Wisani have set out the change this. Armed with a camera, the trio aim to rise above their difficult pas...

  • THE BEST AND WORST OF US (SA SHORT DOCUMENTARY)

    Filmed in Cape Town during South Africa's first hard lockdown, this film follows a photojournalist experiencing the best and worst that the global pandemic brought out of us.

    Director: Jasyn Howes

  • OPUS (SA SHORT FICTION)

    Set in the buzzing city of Johannesburg, Opus follows a day in the life of Lebo, a young aspiring bassist living in the informal settlements. After losing his parents and inheriting a double bass from his father, Lebo has developed a symbiotic relationship with his double bass which has made him ...

  • uXOLILE (SA SHORT FICTION)

    uXolile is a township story about a daughter begrudgingly returning home from her successful new life in the city so she can help her sick mother. She is forced to confront suppressed issues from the past and her dysfunctional relationship with her mother in order to move forward with her own lif...

  • RUBY & ROACH (SA SHORT FICTION)

    Two slightly soiled sale toys sit in an airport shop, unwanted and out of sight because they are no longer in pristine condition. Each day they hope that today will be the day they get taken home with a loving child until one day they stop waiting and escape the airport in someone’s luggage. The ...

  • A NEW COUNTRY (SA FEATURE-LENGTH DOCUMENTARY)

    When South Africa transitioned to democracy in 1994, the so-called “rainbow nation” was hailed around the world as a political miracle. Yet, 25 years later, South Africa is the most economically unequal country in the world and the legacy of economic apartheid continues to define day-to-day life ...

  • YOU ME & EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN (SA STUDENT FILM)

    Babalwa is one of the leaders of an anti-apartheid youth movement that she runs alongside her childhood friend, Sipho. One of their allies, Siphokhazi, goes missing after an altercation with a police officer. Babalwa wants to take action but she is the only one who seems to want to avenge Siphokh...

  • WINDOWLESS (INT. SHORT FICTION)

    *AFRICAN PREMEIRE*
    It has been 35 years since Maria left her newborn in a baby window. With the help of the authorities, she tracks down her daughter and meets Caroline for the first time. An increasingly close relationship develops between Maria and Caroline. However unfulfilled expectations and...

  • THE REMANDEE (INT. FEATURE-LENGTH DOCUMENTARY)

    William has been remanded for 2 years in Lusaka Central Prison, awaiting conviction in a case in which he is charged with car theft and murder. After losing touch with his wife and daughter six months ago, he is deeply concerned about his daughter’s wellbeing. Prison counsellor Hastings, pioneeri...

  • DELETED (INT. SHORT FICTION)

    *AFRICAN PREMIERE*
    A short documentary following the last 5 hours of 59-years-old Ahmed before he becomes homeless due to the late payments and bureaucracy by the Department for Work and Pensions. (UK)

    Director: Stephan Pierre Mitchell