This article was written by Ishani Chetty and published online by Traveller24 on 15 July, 2017
The Durban International Film Festival is back for its 38th year running and has already been in full swing as the opening took place on the 13 July and the festival will run until the 23 July.
The film festival is locally renowned to produce films, short films and docs that leave you feeling speechless. We have the low down on all things concerning the Durban International Film Festival.
In 2015 the movie Blood Lions moved audience emotionally as it provided the reality of wild life breeding and captivity in South Africa – the films produced at the film festival are un-like the typical genre of cinematic cinema.