Opened on July 30th by the Ladima Foundation, a new initiative, a database of women professionals in film, TV and content across Africa. Dubbed “The A List” -has already seen nearly 400 women submit their details.
Massif has recently partnered with indie film production company, Braille Films. Owned and operated by industry heavyweight Prenneven Govender, Braille will be powered by Massif utilising the Massif director base with the production expertise of Peter Carr and Govender at the helm.
Megan Firth, the fixer in Broadcast, brings New Vision Studios in Welkom to the Film Industry with a big bang.
#STYLEbudd Durban will re launch at their present venue for the past 3 years, #STYLEbudd offers a full art and wardrobe dept service in Durban including, costume & prop hire, manufacturing, styling, art/wardrobe crew and much more.
The Film Industry Fund handed over a complete library building stocked with 3000 new books all to the value of R270 000,00 to Kleinberg Primary School in Oceanview close to Kommetjie.
The Butterfly Box, a pop-up charity shop stocked with new and previously-loved designer and top quality men and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories at budget prices, debuts in Johannesburg this week at advertising agency, FCB Joburg, and makes its 1st birthday appearance in Cape Town at FCB Cape Town.
The Association for the Transformation in Film and Television announces the departure of co-founder, Director and Public Officer Pascal Schmitz.
The Film industry Fund allocates funds received from voluntary contributor production companies to three main categories, 50% goes to the Ward in which filming takes place, 35% is allocated to a communal fund and 15% is used for administration.
The Film Industry Fund today donated R30 000,00 to Help2read which will be used at the Sid G Rule Primary School in Grassy Park. The money is enough to identify 25 learners with reading challenges who will be given two half hour individual reading lessons per week for one full year.
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