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Stephen King once said: “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.”  That is why we make the time to browse the web and read as much as we can in order to bring you only the very best in blog posts.  The AAPL blog section shows exactly how passionate our team is about films, videos and technology.

Each week we strive to bring you the latest in viral videos, relevant news and interesting articles.  Our blog posts vary between great advice, awesome music videos and anything/everything video related which might have caught our eye!  Our  team of creatives are true tech junkies as well as slaves to the internet and will make sure to keep you updated on the latest buzz.

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Producer Spotlight – Layla Swart

Layla Swart – Producer of Knuckle City (2019) – is a South African producer who has been involved in a couple of heavy-weight SA films. Her most recent attribute to the film industry – Knuckle City written and directed by Jahmil X.T. Qubeka – has been selected to... read more

Actor Spotlight: Seputla Sebogodi.

Our actor-spotlight for the week is no other than the well-known multi-talented Seputla Sebogodi. Seputla Sebogodi is a South African actor and gospel singer who became a household name when portraying the villainous Kenneth Mashaba on the SABC soap opera Generations... read more

Gone but not forgotten: Boxing champ Baby Lee.

The Weekend of the 30th of August marked the end of Woman’s month, and with it came another femicide to add to South Africa’s pile of missing people dockets, rape cases and pending murder investigations. The victim in this case – Leighandre “Baby Lee”... read more

Happy Sindane

Happy Sindane was born around 1984 on the northern edge of Johannesburg. When he was more or less six years old, Happy and his mother met a woman called Betty Sindane. Happy’s mother asked Betty to look after her child while she quickly disappeared into a liquor... read more

The Great Heart: Remembering Johnny Clegg

Johnny Clegg was born in Bacup, a town in Lancashire, England in 1953. His mother was a Jazz Singer hailing originally from Zimbabwe and raised Johnny in Zimbabwe until she remarried a South African journalist and immigrated to South Africa when Johnny was seven years... read more

Actor Spotlight: Award-Winner Vuyo Dabula

42 Year old Vuyo Dabula is a South African Actor, best known for his roles in the feature film Five Fingers for Marseilles and the prime-time television SABC soapie Generations: The Legacy, in which he portrays the character ‘Gadaffi’. For his role as ‘Tau’ in Five... read more

Dead Hearts – Follow your heart

Dead Hearts – “Follow your heart”, written/directed by Stephen W. Martin. A young mortician, willing to give his heart away, is in search of true love.  This endearing short film is centered around young love and the way in which love endures even in the strangest of... read more