Familiar Durban landmarks feature in the new South African comedy, ‘Keeping Up With The Kandasamys’


Director Jayan Moodley with script supervisor, Ashley Aldworth focus on the monitor during the filming of ‘Keeping up with the Kandasamys’ in Durban, while producers Junaid Ahmed (left) and Helena Spring ( back) look on. The film opens in SA on Friday, March 3.

The much-anticipated South African film Keeping up with the Kandasamys directed by Jayan Moodley and produced by the late Junaid Ahmed and Helena Spring premiered to an audience of almost 600 ten days ago at Gateway Ster-Kinekor in Durban. It opens nationwide in cinemas this Friday (March 3). Continue reading

Sign up for ActorWize, a professional acting course for film and TV


Rajesh Gopie (centre) with participants attending a previous acting course. Photo: Supplied

ACTOR, playwright, director, producer and acting teacher, Rajesh Gopie, will be running a professional course for film and TV acting as part of his ActorWize programme from February 2 to March 2 at Thekwini College (former Springfield training college), Asherville campus, 262 Daintree Avenue, Asherville in Durban.

The classes offer a unique training style with a psycho-physical approach. Continue reading