Encounters South African International Documentary Film Festival is running from 31 May-10 June 2018 and we need your help to make it happen. Encounters Documentary Film Festival is the premier documentary festival in Africa.
Over 40 South African delegates are expected to attend the inaugural Cannes Festival Marchè Du Film 2018, celebrated as the film industry’s biggest annual get-together with a forum of over 12 000 professionals, including 3 200 producers, 1 200 sellers, 1 750 buyers, 1 500 screenings and 800 festival progra
Now in its 20th year, The Encounters South African International Documentary Film Festival celebrates the power of womanhood, reflected by the fact that over half of the 40 films selected have female directors and many focus on women who have made an indelible mark on history, from Thuli Madonsela to Vivi
Africa’s media, film star, producer, writer and director, Ernest Napoleon, and Winston Ellis a martial arts director and producer of Rayzor Edge Films, will travel to France for Festival de Cannes 2018. The Cannes International Film Festival, is an annual film festival held in Cannes, France.
FCB Africa was named Agency of the Year at the inaugural edition of the CICLOPE Awards held in Cape Town this week, the only festival dedicated to recognising craft in advertising and moving image.
South African film and TV stars were celebrated and honoured at the 12th annual Saftas ceremony held at Sun City. The biggest weekend of the local awards season kicked off on Thursday when the first awards were handed.
This year the SA Eco Film Festival has several film that speak to the problems facing our oceans and marine life. It is no secret that the world as we know it is forever changing.
Brand South Africa once again partnered with RapidLion, the South African International Film Festival to celebrate filmmaking at the Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg.
Diversity and creativity characterize the African film industry despite the lack of funding opportunities. The Africa Hub at the Berlin International Film Festival offers African filmmakers a platform for their art. By Annabelle Steffes-Halmer
2018 marked the first year a short film from Rwanda competed at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival – and it won! Samuel Ishimwe’s Imfura took home the Silver Bear Jury Prize in the short film category, one of nine awards given at this year’s festival to African-linked films.
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