Proudly presented by Animation SA, the star-studded programme has been announced for the eighth Cape Town International Animation Festival (CTIAF), which takes place from 8 to 10 March 2019 at the River Club in Observatory, Cape Town.
Filming is underway on Showmax's first travel show Trippin' With Skhumba.
Sphere Custom brings the ICA / PVA Video System Calibration Certification course to South Africa. Greg Loewen, founding member of the PVA, who has been a respected authority in the video industry relating to standards, calibration, and setup for almost two decades will be teaching the course.
The Girl From St Agnes, the first Showmax Original drama, broke an important record on its debut on the service yesterday. The number of unique viewers in the first 24 hours exceeded that of the previous record-holder, the Showmax Original comedy series Tali's Wedding Diary.
It looks like South African director Gavin Hood, who already has an Oscar on his shelf for Tsotsi, has another hit on his hands judging by the audience response to the World Premiere of his latest movie at the Sundance Film Festival. By Fiona Walch
You can now binge all eight episodes of The Girl From St Agnes, Showmax's critically acclaimed first Original Drama, which Quartz describes as "the kind of story that makes viewers want to click 'continue watching' at 3 a.m. and talk about it at work the next day."
The political thriller, with a screenplay by Sean Robert Daniels and story by Sean Robert Daniels and Terwadkar Rajiv, is set in contemporary South Africa and was directed by veteran filmmaker, Maynard Kraak (Finders Keepers, Sonskyn Beperk, Vrou Soek Boer).
The NFVF would like to invite eligible production companies to submit proposals for the slate funding which will be awarded to three companies and will be administered over a period of three years.
3 Days To Go, a gripping film produced hin Durban by young film-maker Bianca Isaaac, working together with the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission committed financial resources to the production of the film.
The NFVF is pleased to announce that the call to submit proposals for the 4th fiction slate funding is open and would like to invite eligible production companies to submit proposals for the slate funding which will be awarded to three companies and will be administered over a period of three years.