The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), is pleased to announce that the call for Marketing and Distribution cycle 1 funding applications for the 2018/19 financial year is now open for funding.
A forensic investigation into claims of mismanagement and abuse of funds, among others, has implicated "some of the executive and senior management" of the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) the department of arts and culture has confirmed. By Charl Blignaut
The South African film and television industry continues to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and create employment for the services sector, despite the economic challenges that South Africa experienced.
The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) invites prominent film and television producers to apply for the planned Inward Investment Mission (IIM) to South Africa aimed at promoting co-productions in animated series, feature films, documentaries and television series.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) found that the chief executive of the Gauteng Film Commission (GFC), Andile Mbeki, was still taking home a salary package of more than R1 million despite being placed on suspension for more than a year.
It's been years since the government formed the Kenya Film Commission (KFC), but so far it has done nothing to change the industry in Kenya, according to players. By Hilary Kimuyu
Karen Harris from the University of Pretoria offered an insightful look into South Africa's potential to thrive as a film culture destination.
South Africa is emerging as a big player in the global film business and behind the country's blockbuster boom is Cape Town Film Studios (CTFS). The CFTS nestled just out from town in charming, rural surroundings has become a sought-after destination for filmmakers around the world.
Black Panther took in over R16.8 million at the South African box office with nearly 200 000 attendances for its opening weekend.