1981: The CONSTANTIA FILMS movie BELOFTES VAN MÔRE (Tomorrow’s promises) was produced by Bill Troskie in 1981, with Daan Retief as director and scriptwriter. "Beloftes van Môre" is based on a story by Empie Maritz and takes place in a hospital. For years, Nursing Inspector Ella Rossouw (Magda
1983: THE RIVERMAN tells the powerful and captivating story of the one man’s obsession to exploit a uranium-rich stretch of African land to bolster company profits, opposed to another’s genuine concern for ecological conservation. Caught in the middle of this struggle is a beautiful woman who
1983: The most hilarious 'happening to hit the South African cinema screen is about to be released' … The ever watchful eye of Jamie Uys is twinkling again … and if you thought FUNNY PEOPLE was comedy at its best, wait until you see FUNNY PEOPLE II! The man who focused his candid camera on the
1986: Ivan Hall’s action-filled tale of three adventurers who are caught up in a tropical wilderness amidst a civil war. The three – a scientist Dr Paul Flemming, the no-nonsense Janet Henderson and master conman Sammy Samson – cannot stand one another, however, circumstances force them to wor
Despite Mimosa Films' humble beginnings back in 1964, it has evolved into a business entity of outstanding stature. Having produced a string of international box office sensations - including the most successful film the continent has ever made - The Gods Must Be Crazy - it has effortlessly branched out into a diverse number of corporate spheres.