The Cape Town International Film Market and Festival, taking place from October 12th – 21st at the V & A Waterfront will be not only a celebration of film, but also is the start of a collaborative project aimed at driving the growth of the local film industry.
Earlier this year, DISCOP Johannesburg announced that 2017’s official Guest Country would be Germany. This partnership will bring a host of exciting opportunities for those attending this year’s event taking place from Oct 25th – 27th at the Sandton Convention Centre.
The Cape Town International Film Market and Festival. Taking place from October 12th – 21st at the V & A Waterfront, the CTIFM&F will be a celebration of film from across the world and also of the best in South African film.
An unflinching examination of sexuality, masculinity and cultural identity set against the backdrop of the traditional Xhosa initiation ceremony, the movie was selected by the National Film & Video Foundation (NFVF) last week. The news was reported in South Africa’s City Press on Sunday.
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture and custodian of the SAFTAs extends a call to the South African film and television industry to nominate the 12th Annual SAFTAs nominees. All nominations must be submitted by the 31st of October 2017.
The South African Independent Film Festival aims to support both emerging and experienced filmmakers, by creating a breeding place for their work to be reviewed and judged and providing access to a larger audience through media artistic events.
The National Film and Video Foundation says it hopes to build on the country’s presence at the Toronto International Film Festival. By Nadia Neophytou
The Cape Town International Film Market & Festival will take place from October 12th – 21st 2017 at the V & A Waterfront, with a 4-day business to business event focused on increasing collaboration and supporting the efficiency and development of the film industry across Africa.
An offbeat love story set against the backdrop of war in Sudan and a documentary about a group of women who dream of playing soccer for the Libyan national team are among this year’s selections for Final Cut in Venice, the Venice Production Bridge workshop providing post-production support to films from Af
The Beeston Film Festival in the Midlands is now open for its fourth year and continues to grow and expand to provide an amazing platform for our community to celebrate film and filmmakers.
During September you can benefit from an early bird 50% discount using code "africa2018" at FilmFreeway