MultiChoice and M-Net, have joined forces with Fremantle to develop an eight-part contemporary South African investigative crime thriller, Reyka.
eMedia Investments is starting its self-packaged eReality channel on its free-to-air Openview satellite TV service, the channel will broadcast reality shows featuring real-life stories, fascinating personalities and human emotion in its rawest form. by Thinus Ferreira
Ever wondered how Dragon Ball Z or the latest Pixar movie was animated, Africa's leading animation studio, Triggerfish, is introducing aspiring African animators to the principles of animation and the tools they need to make their first short film with just a smartphone, an internet connection and
Award-winning director Ridley Scott is reportedly heading to South Africa to film a new television series. Scott will direct and executive producer the sci-fi series Raised by Wolves for TNT.
Berlin Syndrome is now streaming first and only on Showmax, continuing the platform's run of exclusive, critically acclaimed arthouse hit films like Raw and A Ghost Story, two of critic aggregator Rotten Tomatoes' highest rated films of 2017.
Director Adrian de sa Garces and producer Lisa Gardner have launched ADSG, a branded creative partnership that will be repped by Egg Films in South Africa and Nicholas Berglund in Europe.
After winning seven international awards and screening at over 60 international festivals, Triggerfish's short film Belly Flop is now on YouTube.
With more young people than ever hoping to start their careers, the new PSA for The President's Award (First Patron Nelson Mandela) Youth Empowerment Program (affiliated to the Duke of Edinburgh Awards) wanted to reach as many young people in SA, as business sponsors and mentors.
Plans for a mutually beneficial working relationship in film production and distribution between Nigeria and France have reached an advanced stage. This was disclosed at the French Day Roundtable -- one of the industry sessions at the ongoing Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF).