Film Critics Association of South Africa

The Film Critics Association of South Africa was founded in 2009.

The association was established as a result of a growing number of recognised film critics in South Africa, an influx of feature film productions in the local film-making industry and a greater prominence on the international circuit with films like Gavin Hood's Oscar-winning Tsotsi, Oliver Hermanus's Moffie, Jahmil X.T. Quebeka's Knuckle City and Neill Blomkamp's District 9, which received critical acclaim worldwide. 

The country has become a valuable film-making destination for its beautiful landscapes, prime filming locations, economic benefits, first-class crew, diverse casting and wealth of historical significance.

Member                                        Publication(s)

Anna-Marie Jansen van Vuuren  BIOSKOOP.CO

Bruce Dennill                               CITIVIBE | PARTICIPATE

 Daniel Dercksen                         GOOD WEEKEND/SUNDAY TRIBUNE/SCREEN AFRICA/WRITING STUDIO

Debashine Thangevelo              TONIGHT 

Espera Donouvossi                    AFRICINE/TALENTPRESS

James O'Ehley                            SA MOVIE & DVD/SCI-FI MOVIE PAGE

Katarina HedrĂ©n                          702 / FLM.NU / AFRICINE / AFRICA IS A COUNTRY

Paul Blom                                     PAULBLOM.COM 

Shaheema Barodien                   CHANNEL24

Shaun de Waal                            MAIL & GUARDIAN

Stephen 'Spling' Aspeling           SPLING/2OCEANSVIBE/FINE MUSIC RADIO/PLUM LIST

Tat Wolfen                                     HOT FM

Theresa Smith                             TONIGHT 

Want to join the FCASA? You are welcome to apply for membership if you are a South African film critic, have published more than 50 movie reviews (pref. 300+ words) and/or are a film feature writer for a print or online media publication (with references).

Email your application to us here.

 

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