Now available online worldwide!

VimeoOnDemandThe Boers at the End of the World / Boere op die Aardsdrempel is now available to BUY or RENT ONLINE worldwide. Follow the link to Vimeo On Demand:


DVDs Now on Sale

DVD_Mockup_CaseEverybody’s been asking, so now we have the answer: DVDs have gone on sale in South Africa! The disk contains subtitles in multiple languages (English, Afrikaans, Spanish and English for hard of hearing), an 18-minute behind-the-scenes documentary, and four extra scenes for the film. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own this new South African classic.

DVDs are available at TopCD, Musica, Music Moods and Look&Listen, as well as online from these vendors:

Takealot (direct link: (direct link:

Raru (direct link:

We Won!

SAFTASHuge news is that we won all three of the SAFTAs (South African Film and Television Awards) that we were nominated for – more than any other documentary film this year.

Massive congratulations to our team in the following categories:

Best Achievement in Cinematography (Feature Documentary) – Richard Finn Gregory

Best Achievement in Editing (Feature Documentary) – Ronelle Loots and Richard Finn Gregory

Best Achievement in Sound Design (Feature Documentary) – Daniel Eppel.

In fliekteaters hierdie maand!

In Cinemas 18 MaartDie fliek vertoon hierdie maand in teaters – moet dit nie misloop nie! Maak ’n draai met jou vriende en familie by die volgende plekke (all screenings have English subtitles):

The Bioscope Independent Cinema, Johannesburg: 18-24 Maart. Bespreek nou:
Capitol Cinemas, Pretoria: 8 April

Labia Theatre, Kaapstad: 18-24 Maart
The Showroom Theatre, Prince Albert: 31 Maart & 2 April
Cinemuse, Stellenbosch: 7 April

Victorian Theatres, Newcastle: 18-24 Maart

EPIC Cinemas, Bloemfontein: 18-24 Maart

KunsteGrot, Thabazimbi: 8-9 April

French Toast, Hartebeespoort: 1-2 April
Pretville Bioskoop, Hartebeespoort: 1-3 April

Ster Kalahari, Upington: 18-24 Maart

Atlanta Cinema Swakopmund: 18-24 Maart

Three SAFTA Nominations!


We’re very proud of our team – we’ve been nominated for three South African Film & Television Awards (SAFTAs)! The awards evening is on 18 March 2016, so we’ll be keeping fingers crossed.

The categories we’ve been nominated in are:

  • Best Achievement in Cinematography in a Full Length Documentary
  • Best Achievement in Editing in a Full Length Documentary
  • Best Achievement in Sound Design in a Full Length Documentary

Watch this space for the results as they come in.

RapidLion International Film Festival

RapidLionAnnouncementWe’re super-happy to have been selected to be in competition for Best South African Documentary at the inaugural RapidLion International Film Festival. South Africa is in need of some more world-class film festivals, and this one looks like it’s going to be making a splash.
The festival happens in March 2016 – lineup details to be announced soon.

Cinema Release in March 2016

In Cinemas
We’re very pleased to announce that we’re going to be screening the documentary in a number of independent cinemas across South Africa in March 2016. Stay tuned for details of venues and dates closer to the time!

We make Twitch Film’s “Best of SA Films 2015” list

Thank you for the love, Twitch Film! We made their list of best South African films to premiere in 2015, saying that it “exquisitely documents” a “proud homecoming”.

Read the full article here:

Springbok Cinema: The Best of South Africa in 2015

Special Open-Air Screening in Cape Town

The Galileo

We’re very pleased to announce that we’ll be having a once-off open air screening of  the film at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town on Thursday, 21 January 2016.

It’s part of the Galileo Open Air Cinema series, and it will be a unique opportunity to see the film under the stars! Make a night of it with music and great food and drink on offer.

Languages: Afrikaans, Spanish and English with English subtitles throughout.
Doors open: 6.00 PM
Film starts: 8.30 PM

For more details, see the Galileo Open Air Cinema page. Tickets can be bought here.

Premiere at Silwerskerm Festival


We’re pleased to announce that The Boers at the End of the World will have its premiere at Silwerskermfees (Silwer Screen Festival), South Africa’s biggest Afrikaans film festival. Catch it on Friday 28 August 2015. Tickets are available here:

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