South African network M-Net is set to launch a new local wildlife television series called The Wild Ones. Produced by Homebrew Films, the 13 episode series promises to 'take viewers on a never-before-seen journey predominantly focused on wildlife stories from within South Africa's beautiful borders'.
M-Net has announced an exciting new wildlife show, The Wild Ones set to premiere on Sunday, 6 May at 15:00 on DStv 101. The 13 episode series has a number of different stories with a strong local angle.
The Documentary Filmmakers Association of South Africa (www.docfilmsa.com) is sending a Group Delegation to Sheffield Doc/Fest with the financial support of the dti and as part of the preparation of the delegates, offers ALL interested filmmakers an opportunity to joi
AfriDocs, the only free streaming platform for the best African documentaries is excited to announce an exclusively curated stream of programming available only on Channel24.
Hot Docs is an internationally renowned documentary film festival, conference and marketing event that takes place annually in Toronto, Canada, where filmmakers from all walks of life are granted the opportunity to showcase their work and strengthen ties in the ever expanding documentary community.
Pascale Lamche's Winnie, the documentary on South Africa's Mother of the Nation will premiere on eNCA (DStv 403) on Wednesday 11th April 2018 at 21:00.
The filmmaker behind the incredible survival story of Alison Uga Carlini of Towerkop Creations, has just been crowned the 2018 Award Winner for the World of Women's Cinema at the WOW Middle East Film Festival.
On Thursday, March 8th, New Honor Society, a FCB Family female-led creative boutique agency in the USA, launched.s a campaign for International Women's Day called #notsorry that aims to inspire confidence in women to combat their historically-based social reflex to apologize unnecessarily.
AfriDocs, the free streaming platform for the best documentaries in Africa, in conjunction with UNESCO is proud to present a unique and innovative film project, available to watch FREE for 30 days from February 21st.