07 August 2015 Volume :3 Issue :36

Explore the world of DIFF on iTunes

Explore the world of DIFF on iTunes
How to Steal Two Million movie available on iTunes.

Movie buffs who missed films shown at this year’s Durban International Film Festival hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities, were for the first time given the opportunity to catch up through iTunes (www.itunes.com/DIFF).

iTunes has a history of working with film festivals around the world, including Cannes, TRIBECA, and the Toronto Film Festival, and now allows DIFF to have a presence on the store. 

‘Many people are unable to get to DIFF or simply do not have the time to see all the titles on offer at the festival so we are pleased that for the first time, we built this special area on iTunes for people to access great films associated with DIFF,’ said Film Festival director, Mr Pedro Pimenta.

Staying within DIFF’s areas of focus, films fans can enjoy include Palme d’Or winners such as Marty while they can also experience the musical frenzy that is the Director’s Cut of Woodstock.

Previous films that featured at DIFF also available on iTunes are last year’s hit opening night film Hard to Get, as well as Otelo Burning, How To Steal Two Million, Here and Now and Boyhood.

Melissa Mungroo


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