Lucia saks uses south african cinema as a lens through which to view cultural changes resulting from the end of apartheid in 1994 she examines how media transformed the meaning of race and nation during this period and argues that as apartheid was disbanded and new racial constructs allowed south africa quickly sought a new mode of representation as a way to distance itself from the . Cinema in a democratic south africa the race for representation by lucia saks cinema in a democratic south africa the race like politics would shed its highly racialized origins but as lucia saks explores in cinema in a democratic south africa was south africa ready for a national cinema. The first film studio in south africa killarney film studios was established in 1915 in johannesburg during the 1910s and 1920s many south african films were made in or around durbanthese films often made use of the dramatic scenery available in rural kwazulu natal particularly the drakensberg region kwazulu natal also served as the appropriate location for historical films such as de . In 1994 south africa was emancipated from apartheid and in 1996 a new democratic constitution was released this charter envisioned a progressive society and placed emphasis on equality multiculturalism reconciliation and freedom the state targeted the cultural industries including cinema to carry this new vision to the nation
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