- Local film, Losing Lerato has scored another award, this time in UK
- The film scooped the Best Screenplay at Rams International Festival
- The film had already won 6 awards in California and has been praised for its authenticity and great plot
Losing Lerato, a local South African film has once again bagged another international prize. The film has brought in millions at the box office and the quality of the film has once again been reaffirmed with the Best Screenplay at Rams International Festival in the UK.
The movie is an amazing success and all thanks to actor Kagiso Modupe who funded the production from his own pocket.
Briefly.co.za learned that the film has been praised for its authentic nature and fantastic story which tells the story of a successful father who loses visiting rights to his child after getting divorced.
Out of fear and frustration, he kidnaps his daughter according to ZAlebs.
The film was nominated for 6 awards at the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema in California. Despite the pandemic, the cast travelled to California and it was worth it as the scooped all 6 awards.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Award-winning filmmaker Kagiso Modupe can't wait for Mzansi's Covid-19 lockdown to end so that he can get to work.
Kagiso has taken to social to tell his fans that he has finished writing a full feature film.
He wrote that the film is a beautiful story that people will relate to.
"Just finished writing a full feature film. Cant wait for #lockdown to end so we can get to work. It's a beautiful story that people will relate to. Stay home and be safe love you all."
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