Film in Africa

Africa aims to grow its film industry

Africa aims to grow its film industry

Africa has set up an ambitious program to grow the continent's film industry from 5 billion US dollars to 20 billion US dollars, with the potential to create at least twenty million jobs, according to the African Union (AU). By Sarah Kimani

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Freelance Subtitler Johannesburg

To subtitle an Episode of between 8 to 12 scenes on a Soapy with some experience in Subtitling on a Drama/Soapy. Should be able to work at our offices during our office hours. Must be fluent in English and Vernacular languages, should be able to type accurately and with speed.

Office Production Assistant Cape Town

A Service Production Company filming commercials locally for the overseas market is looking for a Production Assistant to join our team for 6 months from Nov17 to April18. A dynamic and enthusiastic candidate interested in pursuing a career in commercial and film production.

Production Assistant Johannesburg

Looking for a young vibrant Production Assistant for an exciting feature film which will be shot in and around Johannesburg. We are looking fro someone who works well with others, is hard working and willing to learn as much as possible.


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