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- The International Womens Film Festival (le Festival International du Film de Femmes - FIFFS) was held of September 28 to October 3 in Morocco. Among the 12 films in competition, "Fausta, le lait de la douleur" (Fausta, the milk of the pain) from Peruvian Claudia LIosa won the award.
- South Africa ranks at number 13 in the world's Most Creative Countries ranking, winning a total of 19 Lions including two Grands Prix.
- IN an attempt to raise awareness on children's rights, a new drama exploring the theme will be broadcast on Radio Zimbabwe beginning next month. The two-fold drama would be produced in Harare and Bulawayo.
- Save the Tears for Tomorrow a new Nigerian television drama series will be shown at the Abuja International Film Festival on 29 October. According to Producer/Director Paul Julius : "Save the Tears for Tomorrowis unique because it is probably the only soap in Nigeria that a whopping 52 episodes were produced at a stretch and the first motion picture to be shot in support of the re-brand Nigeria project of the federal government, addressing salient issues of national importance," he explained.