Hellocomputer Johannesburg has successfully pitched for and signed as the 'agency on record' for A+E Networks Africa, the global media and entertainment brand that owns the History, Lifetime and Crime+Investigation channels as well as the VOD platform, H-Vault.
The National Film and Video Foundation, an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture is pleased to announce that the call for Cycle 1 funding applications is now open for all the funding categories:
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) in partnership with the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF), is pleased to invite eligible final year students to apply for the "Zanzibar Student Mentorship Programme".
I am Jokfu Nkewir Peter AKA Montana Peters CEO of Sumit Productions Cameroon and we have movies which are ready for the market. So looking for potential distributors who can join us put this massive mine blowing movie out to the world.
During a press conference in Paris, Annecy Int. Animated Film Fest' & Market/MIFA announced their exciting animation film line-up whilst also welcoming Nora Twomey as MIFA Campus' first female patron. Twomey, a partner at Cartoon Saloon, directed the critically acclaimed The Breadwinner.
SABC2 announced on Tuesday morning that Emo Adams is the new host of Noot vir Noot. The channel's longest running game show returns for season its 44th season on 15 August. After 29 years of hosting, Johan Stemmet bid farewell to the show in January this year.
The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has just published its draft findings on competition in the pay-TV market. The regulator is worried about DStv owner Multichoice's dominance of the market - despite competition from the likes of Netflix. By Phillip de Wet
In a world where convenience comes at a price, South Africa's leading quick service restaurant in the pizza category, Famous Brands' Debonairs Pizza, is reminding fans to take advantage of its free delivery service with three punchy television commercials in a campaign called 'Skaba Dom'.
South African producers have struck a string of international co-production deals in recent months that are poised to push scripted drama series from the Rainbow Nation onto the global stage. By Christopher Vourlias
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