News

Latest News

To Skin A Cat International Premiere

To Skin A Cat International Premiere

Saturday the 18th of June 2016, saw the International Premiere of To Skin A Cat on home ground at the Durban International Film Festival. This project totalled six years in the making and the team was overwhelmed by a full house and standing ovation at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre.

The Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre was filled with the likes of Prince Mongasuthu Buthelezi, Nosipho Hlope, Sharon Ngcobo and Fezile Peko Durban Film Office, Tristan Dickerson and Guy Balme from Panthera, Jenny Duvenage from WESSA, Simon Naylor from &Beyond Phinda, as well as family and friends from all over the country.

We have many thank you’s to make: Panthera, &Beyond, Peace Parks Foundations, Earth Touch, The National Film and Video Foundation, The Durban Film Office, WESSA, The Mziki Board, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, IA Bell & Co., The DHS Foundation, Hollards, Mziki Safari Lodge, Cartier, The Wilderness Leadership School, Leopards Leap, The Durban International Film Festival, The Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre and to everyone that so eagerly backed our project over the years.

IMG_5116 IMG_5129IMG_5354 IMG_5462IMG_5480 IMG_5490

Photography by: Jerome Stoffels

We still have two more screenings at the Durban International Film Festival if you were unable to make the premiere.

23 June: Maharani Hotel: 14H00
25 June: Musgrave Centre: 14H00 (Tickets available here)

TSAC_web two more screenings

For any further information on the screenings please email: production@scholarsandgentlemen.co.za


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 

Recent Posts

Twitter Updates

  • No tweets were found.

     

Follow us: twitter.com/toskinacatfilm

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Get updates direct to your inbox. We respect your privacy and hate spam as much as you do.

  

Testimonials

"I wish you every success in your campaign to save the leopard from extinction and admire the way you are going about it. With the right approach that you are showing, success for both the leopard and the Shembe people/church will come." - Carmen Calleja