SAFTA winners 2017

The 11th South African Film and Television Awards, which took place from 16-18 March 2017 at Sun City, honoured the country’s finest industry professionals for the work they’ve done.

The 11th South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) took place at Sun City this year, over two nights of absolute glitz and glamour. The show was televised on SABC 2, with the technical award winners of the industry announced on 16 March 2017, while the general awards took place on Saturday, 18 March 2017.

The award for Best Feature Film went to Sink, produced by Nostalgia Productions, Brittle Star Pictures and Scramble Productions, while Shoki Mokgapa also took home Best Actress – Feature Film for her performance in the film.

Channel24 'Sink' Review

Sink, a heartbreakingly beautiful film, centres on Rachel, a Mozambican domestic worker living in Johannesburg, who is forced to make a life-changing decision after her daughter tragically dies whilst under the care of her employer. 

Written and directed by Brett Michael Innes the film takes on a devastating monster of a story that will undoubtedly have you crying your eyes out by the end. 

Filmmakers' roundtable with producer Anel Alexander

January 01, 2020

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Best of Show for 'Sink at Accolade Global Film Competition

January 01, 2020

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Anel Alexander's Top 10 Movies

January 01, 2020

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'Sink' - A movie that will make you think about loss and forgiveness

January 01, 2020

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Jury Life Award for 'Sink'

January 01, 2020

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Actress Anel Alexander - Create

January 01, 2020

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Beyond the borders of SA

January 01, 2020

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Anel Alexander announces her next feature film

January 01, 2020

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Stockholm Film Festival

January 01, 2020

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International Film Festival of Kerala

January 01, 2020

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'Sink' wins People's Choice Award

January 01, 2020

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IOL Review - 'Sink'

March 18, 2016

SINK is a gut-wrenching portrait of loss, guilt and reconciliation. 

Spling 'Sink' Review

June 25, 2017

Sink is a sleek, harrowing and powerful South African domestic drama, written and directed by Brett Michael Innes and starring Anel Alexander, Jacques Bessenger and Shoki Mokgapa. Sink, a title that works in English and Afrikaans, is a feature film debut for Innes, whose extensive history as a documentary filmmaker and photographer have given him great insight into human nature and a good eye for what works visually.

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