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- Shot in South Africa, set in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 'The Dinosaur Project' purports to be found footage from an expedition led by a TV adventurer that disappeared while searching for Africa's answer to Scotland's Nessie. The CGI monsters are surprisingly convincing and children will identify with the intrepid 15-year-old lad who stows away on his dad's helicopter and turns up trumpshttp://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2012/aug/12/the-dinosaur-project-review-french?INTCMP=SRCH by using his computer wizardry. Source: Philip French, The Observer, Sunday 12 August 2012 

- Zimbabwe: Prominent filmmaker Stephen Chigorimbo has partnered with the National Aids Council to work on a television series that focuses on HIV and Aids. Chigorimbo, through his production company Africa Sun Motion Pictures, will produce the series with input from several stakeholders. (source: the Herald)