FCB Canada has launched a follow-up to its award-winning “Down Syndrome Answers” campaign for the Canadian Down Syndrome Society to coincide with Canadian Down Syndrome Week.
IFF is OMDC’s feature film co-financing and co-production event at the Toronto International Film Festival for independent producers and industry executives developing and financing English language projects for the world market.
Four South African films including box office hit Happiness is a Four-Letter Word will be showcased at the Toronto International Film Festival (#TIFF) in Canada next week.
Vaya, the latest offering from Johannesburg-based filmmaker Akin Omotoso, is the only South African film to be selected for the 41st edition of the Toronto Film Festival - arguably the world's most influential film event after Cannes.
A South African film based on real-life stories of people who have experienced the harsh realities of big city life will be screened at the 41st annual Toronto International Film Festival. By Charl Blignaut
The Vancouver South African Film Festival opens its sixth edition on Friday (April 8) with the Vancouver premiere of The Shore Break.
An emerging film-maker who is at the Toronto International Film Festival says South Africa’s film industry has untapped potential. Twenty delegates are representing the country at the prestigious festival as part of an initiative by the department of trade and industry.
The South African film industry is growing and 20 South African filmmakers are set to attend the 40th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada next month, the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) said on Tuesday.
Almost 30 South African film makers and producers are in Toronto, as part of the Association for Transformation in Film and TV, an initiative made possible by the Department of Trade and Industry’s Export Marketing and Investment Assistance Scheme. by Nadia Neophytou
Impunity, a South African film featuring Cape Town actor Bjorn Steinbach, will be the only African feature film at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival in Canada next week. Director Jyoti Mistry heard two weeks ago that her film had been accepted. by Bianca Capazorio
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