- Mmabatho Montsho has finally been awarded her Master's degree from Falmouth University
- The actress and director took to social media to show her fans that she has obtained her qualification
- Mmabatho is passionate about making films and strives to do more for the industry in Mzansi - this will definitely help her along her way
Mzansi filmmaker and actress Mmabatho Montsho is celebrating an amazing accomplishment. The entertainer has just bagged herself a Master of Arts degree in Writing for Script and Screen from Falmouth University.
Taking to Instagram, Mmabatho posted a picture of her degree and was beaming with pride. She captioned her post:
“Over a year and some dramatic synchronicities later, the kid finally arrives. Lighting a candle of gratitude."
A number of Mzansi television stars congratulated Mmabatho for her achievement and are proud of her. The actress started off her career playing Lumka Dlomo in the now-defunct Generations.
She is also a well-known director and has headed a number of films such as Joko Ya Hao, The Award Ceremony and Nothing for Mahala to name a few.
Mmabatho is passionate about film and has spoken about what is needed in the industry for progression. She chatted to Careers Mag about the financial support that is needed.
"When we become storytellers and filmmakers, the most important thing is to keep making films. For you to keep making better films and to understand what’s working and what’s not working you need is to keep making films and that needs a lot of money," she said.
Briefly.co.za congratulates Mmabatho for the amazing achievement in her career.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mmabatho Montsho's short films went international. Mzansi actress and director Mmabatho Montsho has gone international. Her short film The Award Ceremony has won an international award.
The film received the title of the Best Short Film at the Worldwide Women’s Film Festival in the USA. Mmabatho also has another film titled Joko Ya Hao which has also been nominated for an award at the Pan African Film Festival.
However, this film didn't receive any awards. The film stars the award-winning singer, Simphiwe Dana. Mmabatho took to social media to announce the fact that her film Joko Ya Hao was going to be screening in New York.
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