The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture, that was mandated to ensure the equitable growth of the South African film and video industry, will embark on a trip to the Cannes International Film Festival being held from the 14th of May 2019.
South African Independent film 'Recce' just won an award at the 10th Idyllwild International film festival in California, the film won Best Foreign Feature Drama which follows on the heels of a Camerimage nomination where they were nominated for debut feature film cinematography in Poland in November 2018.
Following the success of our AVID training courses last year, Post Production SA is delighted to announce the dates for the 2019 AVID workshops.
Destiny Media will be hosting another series of Accounting for Film Productions Workshop for the film and accounting industry. The Workshop will be facilitated by one of South Africa's most experienced production accountants.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka has been cast in her first dramatic TV role as an evil matriarch in SABC2's first Zitsonga drama series, Giyani - Land of Blood. The singer hopes to thrill viewers with her portrayal of the evil and scheming matriarch Gladys. by Thinus Ferreira
In the second episode of the Showmax Original Trippin With Skhumba, the 2018 DStv Viewers' Choice Award: Favourite Comedian winner and 2017 Comics' Choice Comic of the Year drives over 1 000 kilometres from Jozi in his CaraCara to visit Siya Seya in the Xhosa comedian's hometown of Port Elizabeth.
More than a week after the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) abruptly dropped all writers' categories from its 13th South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas) main ceremony, the organisation has not responded to multiple media enquiries about the shocking move, nor met with the Writers' Guil
The NFVF would like to invite eligible applicants to apply for International Bursaries in Film and Television Post Graduate Studies. The bursary will be awarded for the 2019 academic year and will be capped at R250 000 inclusive of tuition and living expenses.
Last month at the opening of the Africa Hub at the European Film Market of the Berlinale, the Ladima Foundation announced a new initiative for 2019, the formation of a network of women-focused and managed film and cultural festivals from across Africa.
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