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"During the festival we will showcase South African films that have received rave reviews globally, as well as made history at the South African cinema. In addition, two of the films will be enjoying their debut screenings at the festivals market," says Mayenzeke Baza AAA Entertainment Head of Sales.
Baza added that they will also be looking for distribution opportunities and buyers in addition to promoting the continent's film and television offerings.
The film is a dark thriller about a case of mistaken identity that leads to murder.
It is South Africa's first ever hip hop and break-dance film.
The film made history at the South African box office becoming the second highest grossing domestic film of the year.
The film stars loads of local celebs and has a fun uplifting storyline.
The Toronto International Film Festival is being held from Thursday 8 until Sunday 18 September, 2016.